Duck Dynasty's Si Robertson released a six-song country music album last week with help from Kix Brooks of "Brooks and Dunn" fame, and the album is already seeing positive reviews.
The new album, "Me and My Smokin Hot Honey," is available on iTunes, and features a duet with Brooks called "Can't Take the Swamp Outta the Man." Before releasing the album to the public, Robertson used the song to surprise his wife of 43 years during their vow-renewal ceremony last month, Fox News reported
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"[Christine] loves Kix Brooks!" Robertson told reporters after the big day. He's since posted several photos of the ceremony to Facebook in conjunction with the album release.
The new EP follows up on the Robertson family's Christmas album, "Duck the Halls," from October of last year, which features songs with country stars Luke Bryan, George Strait, Josh Turner, and Alison Krauss.
Robertson has been quite enthusiastic about his singing career, saying "I had a blast!"
After hearing the finished recordings, he even concluded, "I'm gonna make this my new career choice."
The song has averaged a 5 star rating on iTunes with over 30 reviews received thus far, and retails for $5.99.
In other Duck Dynasty news, Uncle Si — along with Willie and Korie, Jase, and Missy and their three children — set a world record over the weekend for the world's largest duck call, The Daily World reported
3,028 people gathered at a Salvation Army fundraiser, "The Call: Faith, Family & Facial Hair," and sounded their duck calls for a full two minutes as a Guinness World Records representative certified the record.
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