KID ROCK Tapes Christmas Special

KID ROCK taped a concert Tuesday night (November 4) for a 90-minute holiday-themed television special, according to the Associated Press.

"A Kid Rock Christmas", which is to air Dec. 14 on VH1, will include clips from Tuesday's show, an animated short that features KID ROCK doing his own version of "The Twelve Days of Christmas" and a video excerpts of him eating Christmas dinner with his family and friends.

KID ROCK, whose real name is Robert Ritchie, treated fans at the Emerald Theatre to several songs from his new album, which will be released next week. Among them was the album's first single, a cover of BAD COMPANY's 1975 hit, "Feel Like Makin' Love".

He said the night was his "way of saying, 'thank you,' to the great people of Michigan for supporting me all of these years."

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