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Episode 68:
Darius Rucker





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Record the music from this episode and it will sell. Best show I've seen so far.
- posted by CajunPanther90 - January 22, 2015
i have to say, i have been a fan for years...saw Hall & Oates at the Capital in Passaic...love watching live from Daryls...my all time favorites were Rob Thomas and Pat Monahan..but i think Darius Rucker moved to the top of the list...his voice is amazing, listening to him live is just like listening to him on the radio..perfect...Daryl and Darius sounded great together...nice job!!!!!! Truly enjoyed!!
- posted by artiesue - January 8, 2015
FANTASTICO, I've been following LFDH, for a while now and keeps getting better, Darius is just great, I used to listen to H&B, but his Country is also great. Greetings from CHILE.
- posted by hrlm2009 - January 2, 2015
I've been following your sessions for a few years now and I must say I get inspired every time I watch. Daryl, I think the essence of your shows was summed up in the comment you made to Darius after you guys performed "Alright". You said it "We do it our way, man"; ...and that is why we love your shows. Keep being yourselves, "A breath of fresh air" and not some prepackaged version of what Hollywood wants.
- posted by RonnieBopp - December 27, 2014
Superbe musique, époustouflant et ennivrant. Merci /He! I maybe french but your great music transcend language barrier and time - Thank you
- posted by claudiusdemetrius - December 27, 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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