"Jackson, Mississippi" is a dark southern rock song from Kid Rock's 2003 self-titled album. The song is about a man dealing with addiction and the effects it is having on a relationship. The song was a demo in 1995 for his album "Early Morning Stoned Pimp". It was released as a dual single in January 2004 along with "Cold and Empty." It peaked at #14 on the Mainstream Rock tracks. His original drummer for Twisted Brown Trucker and Eminem producer Bob Eubling plays drums on the song. A live version was released on the Best Buy exclusive version of 2007's Rock N Roll Jesus. His 2008 National Guard song "Warrior" is a rewrite of Jackson, Mississippi. It uses the same musical structure of the song.. He made a music video for "Warrior", featuring NASCAR racer Dale Earnhardt Jr. and was shown at movie theatres throughout the summer of 2008.