Fleetwood Mac celebrates hits with help from Kid Rock
Yesterday's gone, as the song goes, but it was a celebration of yesterdays gone at the Palace of Auburn Hills on Wednesday night as Fleetwood Mac hit the stage for a 2 1/2 hour love fest honoring keyboardist Christine McVie's return to the band after a 16-year absence. It was an occasion to look back at the group's legacy with fresh eyes, even though it had only been a year since the band — sans McVie — had been here in concert.
Even Kid Rock got in on the action, hitting the stage midway through the show after Lindsey Buckingham dedicated "Big Love" to the hometown rocker and Stevie Nicks mentioned him during her intro to "Landslide." As "Landslide" was coming to a close, Rock hustled onto the stage — his American Badass trucker hat atop his head — and stood behind Nicks, wrapping his arms around her in a reverse bear hug. Rock's appearance brought the crowd to its feet and jump-started the show's revved-up second half.
Attention Hockey Fans!
My friend, hockey hall of famer Chris Chelios, just released his book "Made in America" - great story if you like to read or love hockey. - Kid Rock
Jamey Johnson Shouts Out Kid Rock for Fundraiser Contribution
"I want to thank my friend Bobby Ritchie (Kid Rock) for being the top sponsor at this year's tournament. He donated $5,000 to The Nikki Mitchell Foundation with no hesitation and with no recognition for having done so.
My friend's heart is even bigger than his flat-foot vertical jump. And not only was he our top sponsor, he also led the tournament up until he left for his show in Louisville, Kentucky, the night of the 5th. His team finished second overall--pretty damn impressive for a golfer with only one year under his belt. Certainly "Jesus and Bocephus" are both proud to have Bobby Ritchie for a friend."