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Kid Rock 'Devastated' Over The Sudden Death Of His Friend And Assistant


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Kid Rock has been hit with a tragic blow after discovering the body of his assistant Michael Sacha at his Nashville property following a suspected accident on an quadbike. The incident was reported to emergency services, but it was too late to save Sacha's life.

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Kid Rock, real name Robert Ritchie, was having guests over at his Whites Creek estate for a cookout (barbecue) yesterday (April 25th 2016) and Sacha was on hand to drop off the attendees at the driveway of the house afterwards on an ATV (all-terrain vehicle) so that they could get an Uber home. 

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Pamela Anderson Files For Divorce From Ricky Salomon (Again)


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Pamela Anderson is divorcing her fourth husband Ricky Salomon after six months of marriage.

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Read More: Pamela Anderson and Paul McCartney Win Elephant Campaign.

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Ellie Goulding, Goo Goo Dolls And Pretty Lights Are Among The Acts To Look Forward To At Florida's SunFest 2014


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SunFest is back in Florida once again with another impressively diverse line-up and non-stop activity for five days. This year, the bill is headlined by Kid Rock, Ellie Goulding and Robin Thicke.

Probably the best sun-soaked family vacation you could ask for at such great value, SunFest arrives at West Palm Beach today (April 30th 2014) with a line-up that truly has something for everyone - if you'd pardon the cliché. Like any decent festival, filling in the spaces between bands is everything from the BB&T Juried Fine Art & Craft show to the Floating Oasis barge parties, not to mention the much anticipated fireworks display on Sunday. Having hosted its first event in 1982, it's no wonder it has remained such a family favourite, attracting over 165,000 revellers each year.

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Kid Rock - Kid Rock Headlines The D Las Vegas One Year Celebration - Las Vegas, NV, United States - Saturday 28th September 2013

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Stages And Times Announced For Voodoo Music And Arts Experience 2013


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The fourteenth annual Voodoo Music + Arts Experience is swiftly approaching and we can now reveal the day-by-day schedule of the event's exciting line-up.

The first day of the festival (Friday, November 1st) sees the main Ritual stage host the likes of BET award-winning duo Macklemore & Ryan Lewis at 7:15pm, just ahead of Pearl Jam's exciting headline spot, while Macclesfield trio The Virginmarys will be bringing in the earlier crowds around 3:45. The Le Plur stage will feature electronic producers Boys Noize and Calvin Harris at 6:15 and 7:30 respectively, while the soulful tones of Allen Stone and ZZ Ward will be resonating over on Flambeau. The Carnival stage will also have some interesting sounds emanating from it over the first day, with Nashville rock 'n' rollers Those Darlins appearing early on in the afternoon ahead of California 6-piece Youngblood Hawke and chiptune band Anamanaguchi closing the stage at 8:15.

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Andy Murray's Wimbledon Spotify Playlist: Ed Sheeran, Eminem, Robin Thicke


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Ever wanted to know what Andy Murray and his fellow Wimbledon competitors listen to before heading out onto centre court? Well, of course Roger Federer chills out to The National, Rafael Nadal listens to the soothing sounds of Spanish guitars and Djokovic listens to early Oasis. Obviously.

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But what about young Murray? With pretty much everyone in Britain anticipating him to win his first Wimbledon title, the Scottish star has shared his playlist with Spotify. It's made up of a couple of morale boosting stompers with some contemporary grooves in there for good measure. Worryingly, 1980's singer-songwriter and Meg Ryan's latest squeeze John Mellencamp makes two appearances on the list, as does Ed Sheeran. AC/DC's legendary rock anthem 'You Shook Me All Night Long' and Robin Thicke's No.1 track Blurred Lines also helps Andy remain focused. Apparently.

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Amid Criticism From Kid Rock, Of All People, Justin Bieber Announces New Movie


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There might be some truth to Kid Rock’s comparison between Justin Bieber and Vanilla Ice. "Tell me if this is wrong. Justin Bieber...is 100 percent like watching Vanilla Ice all over again. It's exactly the same," Rock said to Howard Stern on Sirius XM. The comment may very well be completely accurate, but Bieber probably can’t hear it over the sound of his money piling up.

Still, Kid Rock predicts that even the money won’t save JB from the inevitable downward spiral. "The kid's young. He's got some money. He's got the world in his hands. It's just kind of sad to see him go down this trajectory," said the rock veteran. "It's gonna be a very long ride down. We all know the story. I kind of feel for the kid, to be honest with you." Watch part of the interview below.

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Miguel Insists He Was Never Told Not To Attempt Botched Staged Jump


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R&B singer Miguel has insisted that, despite what the organisers of last month's Billboard Music Awards have said, he was never told to not to attempt his disastrous stage jump. The singer tried clearing a gap in the stage where some audience members were stood, only to land leg first on two unwitting fans.


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According to TMZ, the 'Adorn' singer had attempted the jump in rehearsals a few times and not only was he not told to drop the stunt, but was asked before the show if he was still going to go through with the jump before the show so that the cameras didn't miss it. This completely contradicts what the producers at the BMAs said previously, with the music bigwigs having previously told press outlets that executive producer for the showcase Don Mischer had spoken to Miguel personally after rehearsals to told him not to perform the ill-fated leap.

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Kid Rock and Bob Ritchie - Kid Rock aka Bob Ritchie Monday 31st December 2012 performs a headlining gig for New Year's Eve at the Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casinos' Hard Rock Live!

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Kid Rock Sunday 30th December 2012

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Kid Rock Sunday 18th November 2012

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Kid Rock, Ford Ecoboost, Homestead Miami and Speedway Sunday 18th November 2012 Kid Rock performs soundcheck prior to the start of the Ford Ecoboost 400 at Homestead Miami Speedway

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Katy Perry Skintight Ballot Dress: Will You Tick The Same Box? (Video)


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Katy Perry's skintight ballot dress is back in the news today. Unsurprising, given Americans are heading out to the polls today to back either Barack Obama or Mitt Romney for the Presidency. We're sure those still undecided will be checking back to see which box Perry had ticked on her skintight ballot dress. Probably.

Perry, 28, wore the famous dress whilst performing at an Obama rally in Milwaukee last week. The ballot style image on the front had the President's box clearly ticked, with Mitt Romney getting nothing more than a big blank space. Later, the singer took off the dress to reveal yet another skintight number, this time, a white-and-blue 'Forward' frock referencing the slogan for Obama's re-election campaign. The Fireworks singer has been one of the President's most prominent supporters in recent months, though Bruce Springsteen has perhaps worked the hardest for Obama. He's appeared at three rallies in total, though thankfully didn't wear any skintight clothing. Instead, he kept it very 'Boss' like, with jeans, a dark shirt and waistcoat. He played for 18,000 supporters at a recent rally in Madison, Wisconsin.

Meanwhile, Kid Rock has been rocking out for Romney, performing in Manchester, New Hampshire on Monday evening. 

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Kid Rock Saturday 27th October 2012 Maxim 2012 Halloween Party Hosted By Kid Rock at LAVO Nightclub inside The Palazzo Resort and Casino

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Kid Rock and Tao Nightclub Saturday 28th January 2012 concert after party at TAO nightclub inside The Venetian Resort and Casino

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Kid Rock and House Of Blues Saturday 26th November 2011 Robert Kid Rock Ritchie performs live in concert at the House of Blues, in Chicago. Illinois, USA

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Kid Rock and Rolling Stones - Sunday 21st November 2010 at American Music Awards Hollywood, California

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Kid Rock Tuesday 28th September 2010 Kid Rock out and about wearing a denim jacket and jeans. London, England

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Kid Rock Wednesday 23rd June 2010 Kid Rock performing live at the 02 Arena in London London, England

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Kid Rock - Tuesday 22nd June 2010 at Boujis London, England

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Kid Rock Wednesday 9th June 2010 2010 CMT Music Awards Blue Carpet Arrivals at The BridgeStone Arena Nashville, TN

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Kid Rock Saturday 5th June 2010 Spike TV's 'Guys Choice Awards' at Sony Pictures Studios - Arrivals Culver City, California

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Kid Rock Saturday 15th September 2007 performing live at the KROQ LA Invasion at the Home Depot Centre Los Angeles, California

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Joe Dirt Review


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As scary as it sounds, I was actually looking forward to seeing the new David Spade comedy, Joe Dirt. My entire childhood and much of my adolescence was spent in such podunk California towns such as Exeter, Georgetown, Placerville, Bakersfield, Visalia, Fresno, Garden Valley, Kelsey, and Cool. Such places where ripped Dokken t-shirts were worn with pride, jeans were bathed in an acid wash, and hair cuts were sported by the mullet kings of Cali. I grew up in fear of Wrangler jeans, Bob Seger t-shirts, and Chevy Camaros.

Joe Dirt was meant to be redemption for my miserable years at the hands of these greasy, ignorant tormentors. But then 30 minutes went by and the movie took a sharp left into saps-ville, crashing and burning like a 74 'Cuda wrapped around an oak tree. Oh well.

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Biker Boyz Review


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Ever since I saw my first Ruff Ryders video on MTV that featured hip hop stars like DMX and Eve riding tricked-out motorcycles, I knew that a black biker trend was on its way. Then when I saw a group of black bikers hanging out on the side of the highway in North Carolina over Christmas, I knew it had arrived.

So it was really only a matter of time that a movie like Biker Boyz would be released, ripe to cash in on the fad of glammed-up, nitrous-powered high-speed bike racing. And judging from all the ads for Biker Boyz, it seemed like the motorbike fans would get just what they wanted: a Fast and the Furious on two wheels--plenty of explosions, crashes, tits, and dumb as a rock dialogue. I expected it so much that I was actually looking forward to that kind of experience with this film, but that's far from what the movie is.

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Osmosis Jones Review


Good

I've always kind of suspected Bill Murray was a cartoon on the inside, and "Osmosis Jones" is mighty entertaining proof.

A wildly clever and consistently funny kiddie-fare gross-out comedy (snot jokes galore), "Jones" may be live-action on the outside -- Murray plays Frank, a zoo janitor who gets sick from eating an soft-boiled egg after dropping it in a monkey cage (eww!). But the bulk of the story takes place inside his body, a weird animated world where Chris Rock provides the voice of an impudent white blood cell determined to defeat the virus so he can get himself reinstated to that microscopic police department that is the immune system.

A quintessential Bill Murray performance drives about a third of the plot, following a slovenly, flatulent, fast-food addicted dad whose 10-year-old daughter (great newcomer Elena Franklin) is trying in vain to drag him toward a healthier lifestyle. Directed by the Farrelly Brothers (of "There's Something About Mary" fame), there are plenty of lowbrow laughs -- and even some sincere emotions -- to be had in these scenes. However, it's the seamlessly integrated battle for control of Frank's Looney Tunes innards that makes "Osmosis Jones" such a gas. (Ooh! Call the pun police!)

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Joe Dirt Review


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"Joe Dirt" was obviously written by people who owe their careers to sketch comedy. This David Spade vehicle about an inbred, mullet-haired, 98-pound nitwit has no structure to speak of other than the main character narrating four-minute vignettes about meeting road movie oddballs and fantasy sexpots while crisscrossing the country on a quest to find the white-trash parents that abandoned him as a child.

Tying these episodes together is a pathetically contrived set piece in which this grating dullard tells his life story to a drive-time DJ (Dennis Miller, propped up and caffeinated) -- over the course of three days of broadcasts. Talk about your lame plot devices. How did Joe get on the air? He's a janitor at the radio station and the show's producer thought he'd be the perfect sitting duck for Miller's on-air degradation.

After exhausting every shopworn hayseed cliché in the first 10 minutes (shirtless hick driving a primer-painted junk yard muscle car, listening to Lynyrd Skynyrd), without garnering as much as a slight smile, director Dennie Gordon (apparently one of Adam Sandler's many talentless bootlicks) pretty much just points the camera at Spade and lets him ad lib, with arduously flavorless results.

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Biker Boyz Review


OK

A pair of robust performances from Laurence Fishburne and Derek Luke (the Antwone Fisher of "Antwone Fisher") raise the laughably-titled motorcycle action flick "Biker Boyz" slightly above its veneer as a two-wheel rip-off of "The Fast and the Furious."

Similarly set in the "sideshow" world of illegal street racing, this movie comes minus the ridiculous cops-vs.-smugglers subplot and plus some impressive Western-inspired trick riding. In one scene two bikers speed down the freeway, dismounted to one side of their muscle-cycles with both feet in metal-soled boots, making contact with the road and sending out 20-foot sparks.

But while the plot is utterly predictable -- Kid (Luke), a hot-headed but talented up-and-coming racer, wants to challenge long-time champion Smoke (Fishburne) for his title -- the love-hate relationship between the two (Kid's dad had been Smoke's mechanic) has more depth and dimension than this kind of over-polished B-movie usually musters (see Sylvester Stallone and Kip Pardue in the formulaic, Formula One-themed "Driven").

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Joe Dirt Movie Review

Joe Dirt Movie Review

As scary as it sounds, I was actually looking forward to seeing the new David...

Biker Boyz Movie Review

Biker Boyz Movie Review

Ever since I saw my first Ruff Ryders video on MTV that featured hip hop...

Osmosis Jones Movie Review

Osmosis Jones Movie Review

I've always kind of suspected Bill Murray was a cartoon on the inside, and "Osmosis...

Joe Dirt Movie Review

Joe Dirt Movie Review

"Joe Dirt" was obviously written by people who owe their careers to sketch comedy. This...

Biker Boyz Movie Review

Biker Boyz Movie Review

A pair of robust performances from Laurence Fishburne and Derek Luke (the Antwone Fisher of...

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