Kid Rock Announces New Album 'First Kiss,' Teases 2015 Tour

 Kid Rock performs in concert during the River City RockFest
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Kid Rock performs in concert during the River City RockFest at the AT&T Center on May 24, 2014, in San Antonio, Texas.

A new Kid Rock album is on the way.

The Michigan native announced on Wednesday that he will follow up 2012’s Rebel Soul with a new album titled First Kiss. Fans can expect it on Feb. 24 via Warner Bros. Records. It will be his first studio album for the label.

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First Kiss was produced entirely by Kid Rock (save for two songs co-produced by Dan Huff) and recorded in his Michigan studio. The album was created right after Kid Rock wrapped his $20 Best Night Ever Tour.

A new single is coming in early 2015. What will it sound like? Kid Rock’s camp isn’t giving anything away: “First Kiss signals the continued evolution of one of music's most versatile performers,” reads a press release. “But we're not going to tell you what it sounds like - we just couldn't do it justice and we're confident the music will speak for itself.”

According to that statement, fans can expect a summer 2015 tour with the Twisted Brown Trucker Band to be announced shortly. In the meantime, Kid Rock is planning to embark on the sixth annual Chillin’ the Most Cruise, which runs March 2-6 from Miami to Cozumel, Mexico.


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