Kid Rock and Uncle Kracker have both experimented in multiple genres throughout their careers. Out of all the genres they've tried, Rock and Kracker have experienced great success with their more country-sounding singles.
In July 2010, Rock and Kracker decided to combine their talents for one mega country duet, which they called "Good to Be Me." Rock and Kracker both served as co-writers on the track, which ended up claiming the 28th spot on the Billboard country charts.
The month before the song's release, Rock and Kracker teamed up to perform it at the CMA Festival in Nashville. Performing in a small, intimate venue, Kracker started off singing first, before Rock joined in on the chorus.
We never would have thought that these two should sing a duet, but after hearing how well their voices mesh together, we don't know why they haven't performed together more often!
By the end of the performance, the crowd was roaring with cheers and applause, and once you watch it below, you'll see why.
This performance makes one thing clear, Rock and Kracker are one dynamic duo!
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