KID ROCK has recorded a guest appearance for ALLISON MOORER's upcoming live album, due later in the year.

The CD, which was recorded at a Nashville club Saturday (Jan. 4), will feature Rock on the track "Bully Jones", according to the Tennessean.

Moorer's duet with Kid Rock, "Picture", holds the Number One spot on the Billboard Country Singles Sales chart for the fourth week in a row. The song is featured on Kid Rock's current album, "Cocky", although with original duet partner, Sheryl Crow. Label politics prevented the Kid Rock/Crow version from being released as a single.

In related "news", US Weekly reports Kid Rock recently went shopping with fiancée Pamela Anderson at Ralph's supermarket in Malibu, California, where he treated the former "V.I.P." star to VIP treatment. "He bags her groceries every time," a clerk said. "He's good at it too. Maybe he was a bag boy before he got famous!"


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