Friday night, Kid Rock surprised a crowd of classic rock fans when he walked out on stage at a Foreigner concert in his hometown of Detroit, Michigan. He joined in for the finale of their classic, "Hot Blooded."
Rock strolled on stage unannounced, microphone in hand, singing the song's chorus, and carrying a red solo cup that he shared with Foreigner frontman Kelly Hansen. At one point, Kid Rock bowed down to Foreigner founder and guitarist Mick Jones during the performance.
Two years ago, Foreigner was Rock's opening act during a record-setting 10-show run at the same venue.
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- He recently released a pair of new songs, "Po-Dunk" and "Greatest Show on Earth," and signed a new deal with Nashville's BBR Music Group for his next album, the follow-up to 2015's First Kiss.
- In 1978 "Hot Blooded" became Foreigner's first Gold record and spent 3 weeks at #2 on the Billboard chart.
- This was Kid Rock's first public performance in the Detroit area in nearly two years.