http://funkyjudge.net/videos/Peter_Wolf/2012_June_01_Kid_Rock_Wolf_HOB_Boston.flvPeter Wolf joins Kid Rock on stage to perform ‘Love Stinks’ at The House Of Blues, Boston, MA. Thanks to MrSteveistheman67 for sharing this video on YouTube.
Detroit— A massive crowd of around 60,000 fans gathered at Ford Field Saturday night for Kid Rock‘s 40th birthday celebration.
But what they got was much more: The nearly three hour concert became a de facto tribute to Detroit and the spirit of the city, in addition to a toast to one of its most popular backers.
Rock’s right hand man Uncle Kracker was the first of the evening’s guests to take the stage, joining his friend on a rendition of “Good to Be Me.” Peter Wolf later joined Rock on the J. Geils Band‘s “Detroit Breakdown,” while McBride took the stage with Rock to perform “Care” (with a videotaped cameo from incarcerated rapper T.I.).
- Kid rocks his hometown at Detroit birthday bash (seattletimes.nwsource.com)
- Kid Rock’s 40th birthday bash includes 45K fans (sfgate.com)
UPDATED: Peter Wolf among all-star cast celebrating Kid Rock’s 40th – Over 55,000 people are expected at Ford Field in Detroit Saturday to celebrate native son Kid Rock’s 40th birthday. A long list of special guests will join the rapping rocker on stage, including, we’re told, Peter Wolf, who played a few dates with Rock in ’08. More…..
Kid Rock’s show will feature plenty of special guests
Welcome to the party. The really, really big birthday party.
Details about the performance remain elusive: The set’s running order was still coming together as Rock and his Twisted Brown Trucker band rehearsed last week.
But we know he’s aiming high: In November he told reporters he’d be wrangling “as many guests as I can commit,” seeking to “make it a different kind of concert, almost like a celebration of music and our city and all the good things here.”
- Kid Rock Announces Born Free Tour (mtv.com)
Source: Paul Sternburg on FaceBook
Saturday February 13th, 2010: Peter Wolf joined Kid Rock on stage at the Mohegan Sun Arena, Uncasville, CT.
Source: Boston Herald
Peter Wolf doesn’t discriminate. Last week the former J. Geils Band frontman went down to Foxwoods’ MGM Grand to see Bob Dylan; last year he joined Bruce Springsteen onstage at the TD Banknorth Garden. But by spending a big chunk of this summer performing on Kid Rock’s Rock and Roll Revival Tour, Wolf proved he’ll hang with anyone.