When performing at the DTE Energy Music Theatre, the ‘All Summer Long’ hitmaker tells the audience that he wanted to come and pay tribute to the ‘Two Tickets to Paradise’ singer.
Kid Rock has added his tribute to rocker Eddie Money, who passed away on Friday, September 13, at a concert in Detroit, Michigan.
The “Two Tickets to Paradise” singer died following a battle with cancer and the “Bawitdaba” hitmaker took a moment during his show at the DTE Energy Music Theatre that night to pay tribute to Money.
During the concert, the 48-year-old performed Money’s hit “Shakin’ “.
“I’m sure you heard that Eddie Money passed away today,” Rock said to the audience. “And not only was Detroit like a second home, I’m sure many of you know that Pine Knob (the former name of the venue) was absolutely his house. He opened this place every summer for decades. So we wanted to come sing one tonight and pay tribute to him. So rock on Eddie.”