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Episode 68:
Darius Rucker





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IDEA'S FOR NEXT YEAR UPCOMING NEW SHOWS: Daryl, Perform A Live from Daryl's House Episode Dedicated to Philly Soul Songs from: The Delfonics, The Stylistics, Blue Magic, The O'Jays, The Intruders, The Soul Survivors, and Harold Melvin and The Blue Notes. NEW GUEST LINEUP: Lenny Kravitz, Alycia Keys, and Carrie Underwood (she aced her appearance on RNRHOF. More Cover Songs To Sing: My Girl, Who's That Lady, Let's Stay Together, Tell Me Tomorrow, and Just To Keep You Satisfied. H&O Songs To Sing; Las Vegas Turnaround and Your Imagination. RETURN GUEST LINEUP: Diane Birch, Mayer Hawthorne, Fitz and The Tantrums. Love the show on Palladia, LFDH Website, and on YouTube.
- posted by L_DG - September 22, 2014
We are missing your program tonight on RFD TV. Hope you decide to continue with RFD TV because we don't have palladia on Direct tv. Love the show. Linda and Dennis Roussin
- posted by Linda4 - September 22, 2014
Oh, and I forgot to mention: I love your show. Bravo for the concept and execution!
- posted by pdavis68 - September 10, 2014
In another comment on another topic, someone recommended having Peter Frampton as a guest. I would like to second that recommendation. I've seen Frampton twice as an adult, the last just a few years ago. The guy's voice hasn't aged a day since '75. He sounds just like he did in Frampton Comes Alive. He's an amazing guitarist, of course. But more than anything, the guy has a really great stage energy. He clearly loves what he does and it shows and it makes him a lot of fun to watch.
- posted by pdavis68 - September 10, 2014
My favorite episode so far! Two of the sexiest voices at the same time...fantastic!!
- posted by Lizanne - August 10, 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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