Darius Rucker was born on 13th of May 1996 in Charleston (South Carolina). He is a musician of America and famous as a lead singer and guitarist of the band “Hootie & the Blowfish”. He is the member of the band from its beginning and he has also worked as a solo artist. The band Hootie & Blowfish was formed in 1986.
Darius met the other member “Mark Bryan”, “Jim Sonefeld” and “Dean Felber” of the when he was a student at “University of the South Carolina”. Bryan and Rucker formed a duo and started playing R.E.M covers at a hangout named Pappy’s. With the band Hootie & the Blowfish Darius has released five albums that are “Cracked rear View”, “Fairweather Johnson”, “Musical Chairs”, “Hootie & the Blowfish” and “Looking for Lucky”.
Darius most prominent contribution is with his voice. He has got different comments on his voice from different magazine that includes “Rolling Stone” called as s “ingratiating”, “Times” called as a “Low, Gruff and charismatic” and “Entairtainment Weekly called as a “Barrelhouse growl”. Darius Rucker was asked to sing the national anthem at the World Series in October 1995. For a sitcom “Friends” Darius has also created a voice cameo. Rucker persuaded Atlantic Records to sign up with Edwin McCain and also on his debut album “Honor Among Thieves” he made a guest appearance. Darius Rucker first three singles hit the U.S. Hot Country Songs chart and remained on number one and one of his singles was also on number three.