In an hour-long set full of the rock and roll excesses of sex, drugs and fireworks, Rock showed just how great of an entertainer he can be, ripping through his own hits and covers, and keeping the audience on its feet.
Although the sun was still out when they took the stage, Rock and his backup band, Twisted Brown Trucker, left no doubt that the party had begun with "Rock N Roll Jesus," the title cut off his 2007 album.
Rock and company had the crowd eating out of their hands by the time they got to "All Summer Long," an homage to youth featuring a the guitar line from Lynyrd Skynyrd's "Sweet Home Alabama" and Rock's biggest hit to date.
Showcasing his love of a good party, Rock showed the audience he can simultaneously scratch records on a turntable and pour himself a shot of whiskey, much to the crowd's delight.
The Boston band Mission Hill got the evening started, opening the show with a short set after winning an Internet contest.
SOURCE: The Sun Chronicle
Later that night, Kid Rock joined Bon Jovi on stage for a rousing rendition of Bob Seger's "Old Time Rock and Roll" that had the crowd dancing and yelling for more.