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Uncle Kracker's latest or related album is Midnight Special
Which is released on 2012-11-19 from record company Sugarhill [Country].
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Uncle Kracker, 'Midnight Special' Album Keeps Singer's Toes Dipped in Country - Source: The Boot Like a well-worn pair of your favorite jeans, Uncle Kracker has found a place in country music that's comfortable and just the right fit for the Detroit hitmaker.
Sonia Leigh Tour Gigs Include Willie Nelson, Uncle Kracker - Source: The Boot Sonia credits Zac as being an important part of her career, giving her advice and inviting her to not only open shows for Zac Brown Band but also share the stage with the Grammy winners from time to time.
Uncle Kracker, 'My Hometown' -- Lyric Video Premiere - Source: The Boot Uncle Kracker lets his lyrics take center stage in his brand-new video for 'My Hometown.'
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Uncle Kracker (born Matthew Shafer 9 November 1974 in Mount Clemens, Michigan) is an American rock and roll and country music musician. He started out his career at a young age as a fledgling rapper. He met Kid Rock in 1987, and Rock asked Kracker to become his DJ. Kracker did not know how to work the turntables, but he soon learned how to, and he became a long-term friend and colleague of Rock. Kracker worked with Kid Rock until he became a solo artist in 2000. The My Hometown Songfacts reports that Kracker recorded Postcards From Home over seven weeks in early 2011. The album title was inspired by his hectic life on the road after his successful Happy Hour longplayer. Learn more about Uncle Kracker