Nowadays, mixing of two or more songs is really appealing to the ears. Patching different sounds and tunes harmonized in one particular song makes it sound so good. These styles are really prevalent even in concerts and performances. With this, Kid Rock’s “All Summer Long” will surely keep you in a company.

The song was released ten years ago, in 2008. At that time, it received a massive response from the audience all over the world. Not to mention, it has skyrocketed in eight countries across Europe, Australia, and the United Kingdom. In the US alone, the song topped different charts including the Billboard Hot Country Songs chart. With this, it became the Kid Rock’s very first international hit. Indeed, it rocked the airwaves back then. But up to these days, the song still hits the radio stations and televisions, again and again.

Interestingly, “All Summer Long” is a mixture of two prominent songs. These are Warren Zevon’s “Werewolves of London” and Lynyrd Skynyrd’s “Sweet Home Alabama.” The outcome is truly tasteful as it gives a glimpse of the 1970s great music. On the other hand, eight songwriters received the credit for the song. They are “Werewolves of London’s” Leroy Marinell, Waddy Wachtel and Warren Zevon and “Sweet Home Alabama’s” Ed King, Gary Rossington, and Ronnie Van Zant. Also, Matthew Shafer of Uncle Kracker and Robert Ritchie of Kid Rock are also cited as the songwriters.

All Summer Long…

“All Summer Long” became a massive hit since its release on April 5, 2008. Kid Rock released the song as the third single from his album “Rock n Roll Jesus.” Additionally, the song peaked at number four on the Billboard Hot Country Songs chart on October 4, 2008.

Robert James Ritchie is known as “Kid Rock,” American singer-songwriter, rapper, musician, record producer, activist, and actor. In the course of his career, his music incorporates rock and country.

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