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Kid Rock Vows To Do 'Whatever Needs To Be Done' To Help After Nashville Tornado

On January 3rd, a devastating storm cut through Nashville that claimed the lives of 25 citizens of Tennessee, toppled electrical lines, and covering the streets in debris. The tornado has caused many celebrities to rally around the state in support, one of them being musician Kid Rock.

Kid Rock, known for his hit songs like "All Summer Long" and "American Badass" tweeted about the storm shortly after it happened.

Sharing a photograph of some of the devastation of the storm, Kid tweeted "Whatever needs to be done to help Tennessee and the people she holds hit by last nights devastating storm, count me in."

"God Bless Nashville. -Kid Rock" the tweet finished.

Nashville is an iconic country music city, so it makes sense that Kid, who owns a restaurant in Nashville as well, would feel personally affected by this tragedy.

Other country stars have also reached out.

Dierks Bentley relayed a story about how he almost flew into the storm itself on Tuesday, but added that "No one comes together as a city like Nashville does."

Singer Keith Urban also posted about the storm on Instagram.

"Sending love and prayers to all affected by the Tornadoes last night throughout Tennessee," he wrote.

Our thoughts are with all of those affected by the devastating storm.