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Soul and honesty beats critics everyday!

Uncle Cracker is one of my all time favorites! Down to earth, open minded, honest. His style is sing about what he wants and doing it with integrity. Album is full of good times. Great job UK!

Great Album

This is really the only record of Uncle Kracker's I listen to, but it is one of my favorites. Once you get past the name "Uncle Kracker", you'll realize there are some great songs here... much more soulful and well-written than I would expect. Rescue and Don't Know How (Not to Love You) are two of my favorite songs, by anybody.


He is more talented than most I hear, and more importantly, willing to try things in order to present what he wants you to hear. The song "Writing It Down" is probably one of the most significant songs my wife and I have ever heard, and if you find the meaning in it for you, you will feel the same. We both agree that it is a "if-you-were-stranded-on-a-desert-island-an-only-had-10-songs" type of song. Exceptional talent creates exceptional songs, and this by far a classic example.


Born: June 6, 1974 in Mount Clemens, MI

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

After serving as DJ for his hometown chum Kid Rock, Uncle Kracker (born Matthew Shafer) stepped out from behind the turntables to release his debut solo album, Double Wide, in 2001. Uncle Kracker had performed alongside Rock since 1994, and both favored a combination of funky, post-grunge rock with a hip-hop aesthetic. Double Wide also sported a polished pop single entitled "Follow Me," and the album went double platinum on the strength of that Top 10 hit. Kid Rock and Uncle Kracker were practically...
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