Uncle Kracker has released a new album, his fifth since 2001, called "Midnight Special." The first single off the album called "Nobody's Sad on a Saturday Night" sound probably more country than ever showing that Uncle Kracker has turned the corner.

Uncle Kracker is of course best known for his work with Kenny Chesney on the #1 hit "When the sun goes down" but other than that, not much success in his career on the country charts due mainly, in my opinion, to his rap based roots.  The only other real success was off his very first album called "Double Wide" that spawned a single called "Follow Me" that peaked at #5.  He also had a top ten hit in 2003 (with Dobie Gray) from his second album called "Drift Away."

But, with that all being said, Uncle Kracker seems to have found his niche in this new album and the first single, "Nobody's Sad on a Saturday Night" is evident that he has come out with his own unique sound and ready for full on country.

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