Bob Seger and Kid Rock to Team Up for Two Shows

Rockers will share the stage in Minneapolis/St. Paul and Fargo when spring tours overlap

Kid Rock and Bob Seger
Scott Legato
January 17, 2013 11:05 AM ET

Kid Rock and Bob Seger are both hitting the road this spring, and on two overlapping dates, they will share the stage for two shows. Bob Seger and the Silver Bullet Band and Kid Rock and the Twisted Brown Trucker Band will both take the stage in Minneapolis/St. Paul on March 15th, as well as the following night, the 16th, in Fargo, North Dakota.

Tickets for the shows will go on sale January 26th at 10 a.m., with Seger and Kid Rock fan club members having early access.

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Seger and Rock have been friends since 2000, with the latter inducting the former into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2004. The two Michigan natives have also guested on each other's albums: they recorded a duet of Vince Gill's "Real Mean Bottle" for Seger's 2006 Face the Promise, and Seger played piano on "Collide," Rock's duet with Sheryl Crow on 2010's Born Free.

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