Uncle Kracker

Before Uncle Kracker flew up the charts to #1 with “When the Sun Goes Down,” a duet with good friend Kenny Chesney, countrymusic might’ve seemed an odd place to find the Detroit-based good-time Kid Rock alumni. But after a few summer tours withChesney, the Top 10 “Smile,” and a pure country album produced by Keith Stegall, nobody doubts this feel-good rocker isexactly where he should be. Uncle Kracker’s deep melodies and sense of what the heartland means has made him a perfect fitin today’s post-rural realm of country music.Initially known for his role as DJ in Kid Rock’s legendary Twisted Brown Trucker band, Uncle Kracker soon kicked off a stunningsolo career of his own. The singer/songwriter made his solo debut with 2001’s #1 smash, “Follow Me,” kicking off a run of top 10
multi-format hits like “In A Little While,” “Smile,” and of course, 2003’s cover of Dobie Gray’s classic “Drift Away” which set aBillboard record for most weeks at #1 on any chart, topping their #1 run on the Adult Contemporary radio charts for a staggering28 weeks.Uncle Kracker is still having a blast playing sold out shows across the country, and fans undoubtedly will too when they see himon the road. His live show continues to get bigger and better with every tour. "It's very interactive," he says. "It's meant to be aparty, and I want everybody involved. Each time we go on stage, I want people to leave smiling."
HIGHLIGHTS:
• Over 3.5 million+ albums and 5 million digital singles sold in the United States• 4 career top ten hits and 2 career #1s• “Smile” - Multi format radio hit and 2x Platinum
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