CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) -- Kid Rock and Sheryl Crow are headlining the opening night concert at Cheyenne Frontier Days this summer.

The Wyoming Eagle Tribune reported Friday that Crow agreed to open for Rock on July 22 after extended negotiations with Frontier Days officials.

Rock and Crow have released two singles together, "Picture" and "Collide." They also released a video version of "Collide," which has been nominated for the CMT Music Awards best collaborative video.

Their contracts call for separate acts at Frontier Days, but rodeo officials say they hope they'll appear together at some point.

This year's other concerts offer a mixed bag of performers from Motley Crue and Sick Puppies to Toby Keith and the Charlie Daniels Band.

The rodeo, which started in 1897, is dubbed the "Daddy of 'em All."


Information from: Wyoming Tribune Eagle - Cheyenne,