Kid Rock to play intimate show at the House of Blues

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Kid Rock has announced plans for a special intimate concert in Boston. The Detroit rocker will will visit Massachusetts and play a rare club show at Boston’s House of Blues on Friday, June 1. Tickets will go on sale Friday at 10 a.m. through Live Nation for $49.50 and $75.

The Boston show is one of only a handful of appearances Kid Rock has planned thus far for 2012. He is rumored to be working on the follow-up to his last album, 2010’s Born Free. The album, his seventh studio effort, was produced by Rick Rubin (Metallica, Red Hot Chili Peppers). It features a plethora of special guests including Bob Seger, Sheryl Crow, Zac Brown, T.I. and Martina McBride.

Most recently, Kid Rock provided guest vocals for rapper Yelawolf’s new single “Let’s Roll.”

In May, Kid Rock will perform a pair of special benefit concerts with the Detroit Symphony Orchestra at the Fox Theatre in Detroit. In a recent interview with Billboard, Rock said he’s never attended a DSO concert but that “as a musician, a cultural institution like that in Detroit is important, and I thought I could do it. I thought it would be something different to play with an orchestra and do something great.”

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