Biography: Darius Rucker
Two-time GRAMMY award winner Darius Rucker has again topped the charts with the release of his sophomore country album, Charleston, SC 1966, on Capitol Records Nashville. Since it 's October 2010 release, Charleston, SC 1966 has garnered two #1 hits with "Come Back Song" and "This"—marking his fifth summit to the top of the Country Singles Chart. The third single release, "I Got Nothin'," is on country radio now and working its way up the charts. USA Today raved, "Rucker has made a fine-sounding country album, full of singable choruses, bittersweet fiddle and steel, and guitars with bottomless twang," and Rolling Stone said, "On his Nashville debut, Rucker's rich baritone, sentimental ballads and bright hooks made him the most successful African-American country singer since Charley Pride. Rucker amps up that formula on album number two." The debut in referral is his chart-topping 2008 release, Learn to Live — an album that produced three consecutive No. 1 singles —"Don't Think I Don't Think About It," "It Won't Be Like This For Long," and "Alright" — along with Top 5 smash, "History In The Making."