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Uncle Kracker gets a little help on new single

Monday, October 4, 2010 – Uncle Kracker recently announced plans to headline his first-ever country music club tour, beginning Nov. 3 in Athens, Ga. The tour follows the recent release of "Happy Hour - The South River Road Sessions," a six-song collection featuring reinterpretations of tracks originally found on his 2009 album, "Happy Hour," recorded in Nashville by producers Keith Stegall (Alan Jackson, Zac Brown Band, George Jones) and Rob Cavallo (Kid Rock). Among its highlights is the country version of the RIAA platinum certified single, Smile.

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CD review - Midnight Special It seems like it was just the other day that Uncle Kracker, aka Matt Shafer, emerged from behind the DJ booth where he was spinning records for fellow Detroit pal Kid Rock and came into his own, seeing his solo career garner solid hits like Follow Me and Drift Away. And as his more recent albums have shown, Uncle Kracker is at a place where he's ready to step away from his hip-hop and rock days and simply settle back down to the place where he's most comfortable and that's exactly ...


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