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Panini’s Tracy Hackler takes back seat to real rock star by Chris Olds

We all know Beckett Media’s Panini America‘s Tracy Hackler acts like a box-busting rock star, but on Monday he took a back seat to a real rock star, Jonathan Cook lead singer for Forever The Sickest Kids.

Cook, who is a collector and Dallas Cowboys fan, is the nephew of Panini America’s Ted Barker (working the camera). He sat down with Hackler to open a box of 2010 Epix football cards for what you’ll find above.

What will they find inside? Watch and find out …

And if you’re not familiar with FTSK, you might have seen this video for their biggest hit so far on MTV or on heavy rotation awhile back.

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2008 Absolute Memorabilia Boxbusters with special guest Johnathan Cook from Forever The Sickest Kids by ejahnke

Tracy Hackler, Beckett Associate Publisher, and Scott Prusha from Donruss join Johnathan Cook, lead singer of  Forever The Sickest Kids in this special edition of Boxbusters.  Watch as they open 2 boxes of 2008 Absolute Memorabilia, and stay tuned at the end to hear FTSK’s popular hit song, “Woah Oh!”