The Clarkston-based rocker had a good year on jukeboxes around the country according to the TouchTunes Music Corporation, a leading manufacturer who monitors music played on its machine. Rock ranked No. 5 over all on the Top 10 Artists chart for 2015, following country singers Eric Church, Jason Aldean and Luke Bryan and rock icons AC/DC -- and ahead of luminaries such as the Rolling Stones, Johnny Cash, Lynyrd Skynyrd, George Strait and Garth Brooks.
Rock's 2008 hit "All Summer Long" also ranked No. 8 on the Top Rock Songs chart. Detroit rapper Big Sean's "I Don't F*** With You" topped the R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart, while the Tempations' "Papa Was a Rollin' Stone" was No. 8.
Rock and his Twisted Brown Trucker Band ushered in 2016 with a New Year's Eve concert in Louisville, Ky. He's currently off the road and working on new material, and Rock is next scheduled to perform during his annual Chillin' The Most Cruise, which Departs March 10 from Miami. He'll also be playing festivals in Colorado, Iowa, South Dakota and Alabama but has not announced any full-scale tour plans yet.