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Episode 68:
Darius Rucker





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A couple of great friends just turned me on to LFDH and I have to say...I am completely in love!!! Amazing musical collaborations, food, more music, more food - drink - silliness. And that Darius Rucker - Very Awesome!
- posted by TDWH - December 11, 2014
I have been loving your show LFDH for a while now. Please keep making these great collaborations to share with your fans. It is some of the best live music available to watch from the couch. I am seeing your Hall & Oates show tonight in Naples. Very much looking forward to that. Thank you for playing southwest Florida!!! Your band is amazing and you remain to be one of the best voices in the industry. -Blake Owen
- posted by NaplesBlake - December 8, 2014
love you all, this song always brings me to many places , today sadly, another one of my friends lost the battle to his number one drug of choice. He will be buried today, hundreds will be there, and I pray that we all will be able to be there for his wife and children..and be there without having to get high to get through. R.I.P. my friend..Laurel
- posted by laf - December 4, 2014
I have just discovered a 'lost hit' of Daryl's on youtube. 'Heaven' - a duet with Ruth Copeland, an English singer from the north east. It's a beautiful, rich song. Please include it in your next series of LFDH. Not sure who to suggest to sing Ruth's part but there is a definitely a female singer out there. Whatever happened to Ruth Copeland? Suzella
- posted by Suzella - December 2, 2014
Watched this episode for the fourth time. It's real. Love ya Daryl and the band. Keep it rockin.
- posted by McDeb - November 23, 2014
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Darius Rucker
Darius founded Hootie and the Blowfish at the University of South Carolina in 1986, releasing five studio albums, charting six Top 40 Billboard 100 hits. After releasing a solo R&B album, Back to Then, in 2002, for Hidden Beach Recordings, he signed with Capitol Records Nashville six years later, reinventing himself as a country star, the first African-American to chart a #1 Hot Country Song (“Don’t Think I Don’t Think About It”) since Charley Pride in 1983. He earned the Country Music Association’s Best New Artist Award in 2009, and his hit single, “Wagon Wheel,” was nominated for a Grammy for Best Country Solo Performance last year.
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