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'Duck Dynasty's Uncle Si Robertson Releases Country Music EP, Celebrating Love with Wife Christine

( [email protected] ) May 19, 2014 11:53 AM EDT

SI Robertson releases an EP to celebrate his marriage.
(Photo : Al.com)
Ashley Howard Nelson of Madison with Si Robertson at his marriage vow renewal ceremony on May 5, 2014.

The kookiest wildman of the Duck Dynasty bunch, Uncle Si Robertson, released a six song EP entitled "Si Robertson: Me and My Smokin' Hot Honey," on itunes last week.  Uncle Si joins family and friends to celebrate the love he shares with his wife Christine of 43 years.  

The first song, titled "Can't Take the Swamp Outta the Man," which Robertson also sang to his wife at their marriage vow renewal last month, is a duet with Country Music star Kix Brooks.

"[Christine] loves Kix Brooks!" Robertson said in a statement sent to FOX411.

The song played as a surprised Christina walked down the aisle to Brooks, formerly of the group Brooks and Dunn,  and her husband Si, as the two sang about how no amount of money can change them.

Uncle Si Robertson Wife

According to Al.com, the album hit 28 on the country music charts a day after it's release.  

Robertson loved putting the EP together so much that he's considering becoming a full time country singer.

"I'm gonna make this my new career choice," he told Fox411, after hearing the finished song for the first time. "I had a blast!"

He posted a video on YouTube, thanking people for coming to the vow ceremony, and  sharing some early footage from his first stab at the duet.

Uncle Si, who also sings on one more track with The Mauldin Brothers called, "If You Can't Dig That" is not the first Robertson to give music a try.  

The famous family of beards and beauties released a popular Christmas album last year that featured a few of their country music friends like Luke Bryan and George Strait.

Much of the "Me and My Smokin Hot Honey" EP seems to be a devotion to Si's love for his wife, and a testimony to his well known faith.  It includes songs titled, "Faith, Hope and Love," and "Would You Marry Me Again".