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Kracker Appearance Hilights Chesney Show

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Kenny Chesney's concert Saturday night (Aug. 2) at Ford Field took on a little bit of Detroit flavor thanks to special guest Uncle Kracker.

The former Kid Rock hypeman and solo hitmaker from Mt. Clemens joined good pal Chesney for a rendition of "When the Sun Goes Down," the duo's country chart-topping 2004 duet; Chesney even helped Kracker connect the battery pack for his in-ear monitors while the two sang.

Kracker then remained on stage for a version of Steve Miller's "The Joker" that morphed into a bit of Bob Marley's "Three Little Birds." Former Howling Diablos member Jeff Grand on guitar for the latter number.

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