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    Darius Rucker

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    Genre:Pop, Country
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    Wagon Wheel lyrics
    2Things I'd Never Do lyrics
    3Love Will Do That lyrics
    4You, Me and My Guitar lyrics
    5Baby, It's Cold Outside lyrics
    Darius Rucker feat. Sheryl Crow
    So I Sang lyrics
    7Hold On lyrics
    8Shine lyrics
    9Whiskey And You lyrics
    10I Will Love You Still lyrics
    Darius Rucker feat. Mallary Hope

    Most Popular Albums (more)

    Learn to Live [2008]
    2Charleston, SC 1966 [2010]
    3Southern Style [2015]
    True Believers [2013]
    5Back To Then [2002]
    6Home For The Holidays [2014]


    As part of Hootie & the Blowfish, Darius Rucker changed the face of mainstream pop music in the mid-'90s. Hootie & the Blowfish's blues-rock jams were infectiously fun and singles like "Hold My Hand" and "Only Wanna Be With You" propelled the band

    to sell nearly 20-million albums worldwide. After Hootie & the Blowfish released Musical Chairs in 1998, they took a break from recording and the road. Rucker used him time wisely and started a solo career.

    Born and raised in Charleston, SC, he was fed the sounds of Otis Redding, Al Green, and Gladys Knight at an early age. His R&B influences urged him to find his soul. He did with his debut album, The Return of Mongo Slade. The album was slated for a summer 2001 release with Atlantic, but it never saw the light of day because of contractual changes. A few months later, Rucker signed with Hidden Beach Recordings. He also made a cameo in the Farrelly brothers' comedy Shallow Hal. By spring 2002, Rucker was ready to introduce his mellow, R&B style. He hooked up with Jill Scott, Snoop Dogg, Musiq, and City High's Ryan Toby for the crazy-sexy-cool Back to Then, released in July 2002. ~ MacKenzie Wilson, All Music Guide

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