The final day of the New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival found Kid Rock playing to a crowd that seemed to appreciate the various sides of his personality. There was his rebellious David Allen Coe mode on tracks like "Cowboy" and "Somebody's Gotta Feel This" – when he was inventive, funny and larger than life. Then there was his evocation of Bob Seger – the average, working-class guy from Michigan – when he sat at the piano singing "Care" and stood on top of it for the encore of "Born Free." And during "All Summer Long," he got an assist from New Orleans' Trombone Shorty, who came out for an incendiary solo, then a quick, intense cutting session with Kid Rock's sax player Dave McMurray.
SOURCE: Alex Rawls / RollingStone.com