Kid Rock has unveiled details of his first-ever live album, dubbed LIVE TRUCKER. The 13-track set, which captures the American Bad Ass and his Twisted Brown Trucker band in all their on-stage glory, is set to hit stores on February 28th.
Recorded at various Michigan locations in 2000 and 2004, LIVE TRUCKER finds the multi-platinum Son of Detroit and his band lighting up home state arenas with their genre-smashing high-octane musical brew. The album includes volatile versions of Rocks biggest and baddest hits, from hard-driving faves like Cowboy and You Never Met A Motherf**ker Quite Like Me, to powerful ballads such as Picture and Only God Knows Why. Needless to say, no Kid Rock concert collection would be complete without full- blown takes on Rocks classic anthems, including Bawitdaba and American Bad Ass.
LIVE TRUCKER features guest appearances from longtime Twisted Brown Trucker members Uncle Kracker and the late great Joe C, as well as the Redneck Woman herself, Gretchen Wilson, who joins Rock on-stage for a special rendition of Picture. In addition, the album includes a previously unreleased cover of the funked-up classic, Outstanding, originally made famous by the legendary Gap Band.