Seventy Two & Sunny Like his boss Kid Rock, Kracker now sees himself as a scruffy Nashville troubadour, and on his third CD, he pulls off the conceit far… Seventy Two & Sunny Like his boss Kid Rock, Kracker now sees himself as a scruffy Nashville troubadour, and on his third CD, he pulls off the conceit far… 2004-06-29 Uncle Kracker
Music Review

Seventy Two & Sunny (2004)

EW's GRADE
B-

Details Release Date: Jun 29, 2004; Lead Performance: Uncle Kracker

Like his boss Kid Rock, Kracker now sees himself as a scruffy Nashville troubadour, and on his third CD, he pulls off the conceit far better than Rock has. It's easy to imagine country stations taking to proficient middlebrow-twang ballads like ''Don't Know How (Not to Love You)'' and the disc's genial arena boogie. But Kracker's voice is too banal -- and his material too mundane -- to cut as deeply as his rural heroes.

Originally posted Jul 09, 2004 Published in issue #773 Jul 09, 2004 Order article reprints
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