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Kid Rock’s ode to a fellow country music bad boy will have you rocking in your cowboy boots youtube

We have missed Kid Rock. We have missed the way he delivers a country music lyric and missed the way he looked at Sheryl Crow during their duets. But now, the Detroit native is back with a song that serves as the perfect ode to one of country music’s biggest outlaws – Johnny Cash.

A favorite cut for country music fans from his 10th studio album “First Kiss,” the song “Johnny Cash” is a sweet summer sounding song whose video brings back the warmer months. In fact, the video was actually filmed at Kid Rock’s first annual “Fish Fry” in Nashville back in October of this year.

“Rock hosted the event at the Fontanel, giving those who attended the weekend plenty of music and activities to enjoy,” says a Loudwire article. “As can be seen in the video, there’s lots of great food, fun carnival games, a ferris wheel and a general good time had by all in attendance. You see “Fish Fry” goers participating in games of Cornhole, enjoying the fireworks display and generally having a great time on top of what Kid Rock and the Twisted Brown Truck band brought live.”

Tricia Despres is a senior correspondent for Rare Country, based out of Chicago. Join the conversation on Twitter at @RareCountry. We would love to see y’all there.
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