'Duck Dynasty': Si Robertson From Duck Hunter To Recording Artist
By Tanya Diente | May 16, 2014 4:52 PM EST
"Duck Dynasty's" crazy but loveable uncle, Silas Robertson, or Si as everyone in the "Duck Robertson Family" calls him, has turned into a recording artist. Fox News reported that the 66-year old War Veteran quietly released six songs in an EP titled, "Me and My Smoking Hot Honey," on iTunes on May 13.
One of the songs in the EP is a duet with county singer Kix Brooks called "Can't Take the Swamp Outta the Man." This song was recorded by Si Robertson to surprise his wife Christine Raney. He sang this song to his wife of 43 years during their renewal of vows last month.
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"Christine loves Kix Brooks!" Si said in a statement sent to FOX411.
Si Robertson and Brooks (formerly of Brooks and Dunn) had sung the song while a surprised Christine was walking down the aisle.
Last year, according to Examiner, Christine Raney had shared on her Facebook account that her life with "Duck Dynasty" had been a bumpy ride and she was ready to get off. Their life as normal people is not normal anymore, with people taking their pictures out of the blue, or knocking at their door just to see them. Christine also said that it was supposed to be her and Si's golden years, thus more time spent together were precious. However, she felt that she was "losing" her husband to the show, saying she saw more of Si when he was in the military.
Apparently, Si Robertson proved he'll never stray nor go away when he sang the song to his wife during their vow renewal.
Si Robertson said he loved putting the EP together so much, that he is considering becoming a full-pledged country singer. After hearing the finished song for the first time, he said he would make singing his new career choice, even exclaiming that he had a blast recording the music.
Si Robertson also had another duet with The Mauldin Brothers entitled "If You Can't Dig That," which is also featured in the EP.
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