Darius Rucker, Rockstar Of The Past Long before he branched off into country music, Darius Rucker was the frontman of rock band Hootie & the Blowfish. Known for songs such as “Hold My Hand,” “Let Her Cry,” and “Time,” the group has sold millions of records worldwide. Although Hootie & the Blowfish was on hiatus […] More
Darius Rucker made headlines with an act of kindness at his hometown IHOP, and now, the country star is opening up about the decision that made national news.
He was originally scheduled to perform the song with Lady A, however; they had to cancel at the last minute out of precaution once an immediate family member of theirs tested positive for the coronavirus.
On her Instagram, Kimberly joked “Anyone want anything…I just got a new credit card…”
Darius’ performance drove home the message that even when life deals out hardships, love will win in the end…
Darius released “Come Back Song” in 2010. He and Chris co-wrote the tune with songwriter Casey Beathard…
As a South Carolina native, Rucker felt right at home performing for the Real Heroes 400 at the Darlington Raceway.
Many country stars have the kindest hearts. That kindness shows in times of need, as artists mourn the passing of a legend or comfort a fellow star who lost a loved one. That kindness shows during times of disaster, as artists help raise funds for victims of various devastating events. But no “one” thing needs […] More
From the very start of this Voice season, young Louisiana native Gyth Rigdon has been a frontrunner and star member of Blake Shelton’s team – so there’s no question as to why he was selected to perform with Hootie & The Blowfish for Season 16’s epic finale. I want to say thanks to each and […] More
“When I started this country thing, ya know, I didn’t care what people thought,” the country superstar said in an interview with CNN about his life and how he went from lead singer of Hootie & the Blowfish to a country solo artist. View this post on Instagram Just sitting around waiting to play Suntrust […] More
Montgomery Gentry is releasing a new album with the help of some fellow country stars – and putting Darius Rucker on the “Lucky Man” track was the best decision the band could have ever made. 20 Years Of Hits To celebrate Montgomery Gentry’s 20th-anniversary album of hit songs – Eddie Montgomery enlisted the help of fellow […] More
All three fellas enjoy a bunch of drinks before the focus shifts to Bryan, who wins a load of cash in a game of poker…