Episode 68:
Darius Rucker


The definition of Heaven is this combination.
- posted by Kschamp1 - July 8, 2020
Beautiflnezz! The harmoniez and excellent muzicianzhip! Going to have to watch thiz one again. Love. (Even all my "Alien friendz" jam to thiz one).
- posted by AlienCazzy - July 1, 2020
LOVED this episode. OUTSTANDING. In my top 5. I'm a huge Darius Rucker fan AND DH fan; so this was like Christmas morning. Their voices together, and the LFDH Super Band . . . just epic. Have also saved to DVR because I've got to listen/watch again and again. Every song sounds fantastic. Loved them doing Darius songs, but I think my favs were the H&O song "Do it for Love" and the epic "You've Lost that Lovin' Feelin'." I think it's my favorite version of that song since the Righteous Brothers first released it. This one is another "lightening in a bottle" to me. Sure wish you guys would record these in the studio with Darius because I'd buy these songs for sure!
- posted by Pngwentx - March 3, 2017
Wow, what can I say. This was awesome. I loved how Darius kept saying that Daryl was one of his IDOLS, I agree. I grew up listening to Hall & Oates and they were/are truly amazing. Then add in Darius and it was outstanding. I hope Darius comes back and does another show, so, so, so many songs they would sound great together on. Thank you for allowing us to listen in on y'alls jam session.
- posted by jphalan64 - September 22, 2016
This episode is one of my absolute favorites, and I have watched it many, many times. The harmony, everything musically is just so tight! I'm glad this show is now on TV, but still love watching it here on the Internet too! Thank you, Daryl for providing this outlet to enjoy your music; I have been a fan for a long, long time! Your music is such an outlet in my life when I need to "escape" the reality of everyday life! Thank you for your wonderful talent!!!
- posted by lisaalamm - June 17, 2016
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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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