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Monday, July 07, 2003
Concerts I would like to have a tape of:
Last month's reports of Kid Rock and Pamela Anderson's breakup were greatly exaggerated. On July 1st, the Kid threw a surprise thirty-sixth birthday party for his still-fiancee at the Malibu Inn, a trendy left-coastal dive.
The last-minute arrangements included a call to Keith Nelson (formerly of Buckcherry), who brought along his new band, the Lazy Stars, to back Rock up on "Cowboy" and "Picture," plus covers by the Rolling Stones, Allman Brothers, Hank Williams Jr. and Lynyrd Skynyrd. Joining Rock and the band were actors John Stamos (who accompanied Rock on a USO tour of Iraq last month) on drums and old pal David Spade, who shared the mike on "Sweet Home Alabama."
Singing "Sweet Home Alabama" with Kid Rock at Pamela Anderson's birthday party--who knew there was a plus side to being David Spade?
Can't beat Stamos' loping skin-work, though.