Good news if you're a broke ass Kid Rock fan.
Kid Rock is only going to be charging fans $20 for tickets for his upcoming summer tour in all sections of the venues.
The tour is set to kick off on June 28th in Bristow, VA and end on September 15th in Tampa and will feature rotating support from Kool & The Gang, ZZ Top, and Uncle Kracker.
Apart from the bargain price tickets, Kid Rock's camp says they will be lowering prices on everything from parking to beer to merchandise for every show in every city and will be offering $20 tour T-shirts as well with no hidden fees or gimmicks.
Fans will be able to purchase the all in $20 tickets at participating Walmart and Live Nation box office locations where they will not pay any additional fees or parking charges.
In addition, Kid Rock will be reserving the first two rows for every show as free upgrades for lucky fans that will be selected at random.
If you purchase tickets through other ticketing outlets, those tickets will carry additional service fees and/or parking fees.
Here's the Cali dates:
July 26 - Irvine - Verizon Wireless Amphitheater - with Kool & The Gang & Uncle Kracker
July 28 - Mountain View - Shoreline Amphitheatre - with ZZ Top & Uncle Kracker
July 31 - Sacramento - Sleep Train Amphitheatre - with ZZ Top & Uncle Kracker
One of John Fogerty's influences in his musical career was Bako's own Buck Owens as referenced in the CCR song "Looking Out My Backdoor".
John’s enormous influence on music includes the world of country music, and artists such as Keith Urban, Miranda Lambert, Zac Brown Band, Brad Paisley and Alan Jackson join him on his new album "Wrote A Song For Everyone".
So it's only fitting that John will appear on two special televised country music events: The 48th annual Academy of Country Music Awards and Tim McGraw’s Superstar Summer Night Special.
John will be a presenter for the 48th Annual ACM Awards Show that will honor country music’s top talent as well as the hottest emerging Country artists.
He then will also perform on Tim McGraw’s Superstar Summer Night Special, at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas.
If he were alive today, Buck would be proud indeed.
Black Sabbath have announced four summer shows in North America in support of the release of their new album "13" due out June 11.
Tickets for the tour will go on sale Saturday, April 20 at LiveNation.com and Ticketmaster.com.
VIP Packages are also available at VIPNation.com.
Dates scheduled so far include:
Aug. 4 Holmdel, NJ - PNC Bank Arts Center
Aug. 14 Toronto, ON - Air Canada Centre
Aug, 24 Seattle, WA - Gorge Amphitheatre
Sept. 3 Los Angeles - Los Angeles Sports Arena
For Led Zeppelin fans, the book "Hammer of the Gods" was the groundbreaking book that started the infamous myths of The Mighty Led Zep.
So now there's another new Led Zep book...but it's an e-Book.
Acclaimed rock photographer Neal Preston's new e-book "Led Zeppelin: Sound and Fury," breaks new ground for an e-Book with interactive video, 80 contact sheets and photos never previously published.
Preston followed Led Zep throughout the '70s and opened up his vast archive to create a rich, intimate experience with the world of Jimmy Page and Robert Plant.
Preston says they're in uncharted territory here becuase the e-Book differs from a traditional coffee table book because the photos look extra sharp on the new iPad with retina display.
Also it's a way to really give the Led Heds even more of what they crave like all the behind the scenes stuff including audio captions and video interviews.
The e-Book was published Monday and is available for $9.99 on iTunes.
Who would be the first person you would want to see if you just woke up after being in a coma for five years?
To see a doctor...or maybe a relative...or maybe...Bob Seger?
Yes it's true.
"I want to go to a Bob Seger concert," were the first words out of Evie Branan's mouth after suddenly awakening from a five year coma.
It was reported that for the past two years, Evie has been eagerly waiting for that Bob Seger concert after she came out of her coma on May 7th, 2011.
That time has finally come, along with an invitation for an after party at Bob's concert in Detroit.
Bob's management company stepped in to make the night special and arrange backstage access to meet Bob.
What's the first thing Evie wants to do when she finally meets her Rock n Roll Idol?
Evie says: "I'm going to give him a big smooch."
Just like Bob sings: "Rock n Roll never forgets."