Kid Rock kicks off his tour with a video message from Donald Trump

Kid Rock kicked off his 2022 National Tour with a video introduction from Pall and former President Donald Trump.

Before the “All Summer Long” singer took to stage at the Ford Center in Evansville, Indiana on Wednesday night, Rock played a video message from the 45th president.

“Hello everyone. Love you all. I know you’re having a great time at Kid Rock tonight,” Trump He tells the cheering crowd in a short clip. “Honestly, it’s amazing. All of you present are truly the backbone of our great country. Hardworking, God-fearing rock ‘n’ roll patriots.”

“Bob is truly one of the greatest artists of our time,” he said, referring to the rock singer by his real name, Bob Ritchie. “Not the best golfer by any means, his game of golf can require a bit of work, but it’s great entertainment, which is why you’re there.”

The former president concluded, wearing a red MAGA-style hat, that read, “Make America Rock Again.”

Former President Donald Trump praised Kid Rock fans for being “God-fearing patriots of rock and roll.”
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As soon as Trump finished his speech, the stage lights came on and Rock stormed into his speech New flaming song “We The People”—which criticizes President Joe Biden and Dr. Anthony Fauci for vaccine mandates and other policies—from his new album, “Infamous.”

The song features the chorus of “Let’s go Brandon”, and A not-so-secret code for “F-k Joe Biden”.

Rock has been an outspoken Trump supporter since 2016 and he has been Parades under the titles for him.

Kid Rock kicked off his concert in Evansville, Indiana, with a song threatening President Joe Biden.
Kid Rock kicked off his concert in Evansville, Indiana, with a song threatening President Joe Biden.
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US President Donald Trump shakes hands with Kid Rock before signing HR 1551, the Orrin G. Hatch-Bob Goodlatte Music Update Act during a ceremony in the Roosevelt Room of the White House on October 11, 2018.
Then-US President Donald Trump shakes hands with Kid Rock at the White House in 2018.
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During his appearance on “Tucker Carlson Tonight” on Fox News last month, Rock describe it Hanging out with Trump called him “cool,” and said the former president once asked him for advice on how to deal with ISIS and North Korea while on the golf course.

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