Kid Rock tells Howard Stern he's not running for Senate

Kid Rock says he won't be running for US Senate

Michigan-born musician Kid Rock ended the speculation about his political future Tuesday - he's not running for U.S. Senate.

Rock - born Robert James Ritchie - had made news earlier this year when he publicly mulled a U.S. Senate run in his native MI. Rock said. "Who couldn't figure that out?" I'm releasing a new album.

Dubbed the "Greatest Show on Earth Tour", Kid Rock's new tour is set to support his next album, "Sweet Southern Sugar", due out November 3. "Are you f--ing s--ing me?" "So that settles that", Ritchie told Stern, when asked if he would be running for U.S. Senate in MI. That's according to the Detroit Free Press.

"I$3 t's been the most creative thing I've ever done", he said. As Kid Rock also told Stern, he will only be performing Friday and Saturday nights due to his growing frustration with the music industry.

Rock said the Senate idea - which he has publicly toyed with for months - was a mixed blessing.

"No, we're not doing it, but let's roll with it for a while", the rock star said he told them. "And if I get to talk to him again, play golf or whatever, I'd be like, 'Dude, we got to talk about this, '" said Ritchie.



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