Uncle Kracker has launched a tour to numerous country music clubs to promote his new album, Happy Hour: The South River Road Sessions. He landed a Top 10 hit earlier this year with a country remix of “Smile” and scored a No. 1 country hit in 2004 with “When the Sun Goes Down,” a duet with Kenny Chesney. His new single, “Good to Be Me,” is a collaboration with Kid Rock. The tour begins Thursday (Nov. 4) in Augusta, Ga., and concludes on Dec. 12 in Wabash, Ind. He will be joined by fellow Michigan natives Frankie Ballard (“Tell Me You Get Lonely”) and Ty Stone.