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Brigadier General Eden Murrie, retired from the Air Force, will be at the forefront of the parade, accompanied by Kid Rock. Joining them in the procession will be various participants, such as members of the U.S. military and Tennessee National Guard, the Antioch High School marching band and ROTC, veterans, first responders, and numerous others.
Everyone is welcome to attend the parade and take part in expressing gratitude to our veterans for their dedicated service. The parade is scheduled to make its way down Broadway in downtown Nashville at 11 AM this Saturday, November 11, passing directly in front of Kid Rock’s bar.
Kid Rock’s musical career began in the early 1990s when he released his debut album, “Grits Sandwiches for Breakfast” in 1990. The album was a mix of hip-hop, hard rock, and country music, and received critical acclaim. However, it was his fourth album, “Devil Without a Cause,” that launched him into the mainstream. The album featured hits like “Bawitdaba,” “Cowboy,” and “Only God Knows Why,” and sold more than 13 million copies worldwide.
Kid Rock has solidified himself as one of the most well-known musicians in the world. He can rap, he can sing, and he can play every instrument in his backing band. Since his 1990 debut, he has released nine more albums.
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WSMV 4 Nashville posted to X (formerly known as Twitter) on Monday (Nov. 6) that the news had been announced, causing quite a stir when the public flooded the comments with their full-hearted opinions.
Though there was some discontent stirred among the public, Kid Rock fans were ecstatic to hear the news.
We are excited to see this rock star get the chance to be a part of such an important event. Kid Rock has always been a huge supporter of our veterans, even releasing a song specific to honor our military, “Let’s Ride.”
Kid Rock penned this tune as a soundtrack for the serving military men and woman as they undertake their dangerous daily routines.
“I wanted it to be an anthem, something for the guys to get pumped up to when they’ve got to go out and do these horrendous jobs,” Rock told MTV News.