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Later, Hidden Beach Recordings, an independent label acquired the masters from Atlantic and released the album as Back to Then in July 2002.He appeared on a pop-star edition of the quiz show named Who Wants to Be a Millionaire? Rucker has also portrayed a singing cowboy in a television commercial for the fast-food company, Burger King.As the frontman, Rucker began to be called simply "Hootie" in the media, though the band title combines the nicknames of his college friends. and Lauryn Hill at that time, and I wanted to make a neo soul record." He also said in the article that he doesn't anticipate recording an R&B-styled disc again. I'll probably do this till it's all over, but that album was a lot of fun." He also portrayed a singing cowboy in a television commercial for the fast-food company Burger King, promoting its Tender Crisp Bacon Cheddar Ranch sandwich in 2005.Before his rise to fame, he lived in the basement of the Sigma Phi Epsilon house at the University of South Carolina, attempting to launch his career through the college bar scene. We'll make another record and do another tour someday. There's one more in us." The single "This Is My World" was featured in the 2001 comedy film Shallow Hal. In the commercial, he sang a jingle set to the tune of "Big Rock Candy Mountain." In 2006 Rucker lent his voice to the track "God's Reasons" written by Dean Dinning and Joel A. In early 2008, Rucker signed to Capitol Records Nashville as the beginning of a career in country music.His grief inspired two Hootie & the Blowfish songs: "I'm Goin' Home" and "Not Even the Trees.Rucker married his girlfriend, Beth Leonard in 2000, after having an affair for several years.There is no sign of divorce between them, as they are living a happily married life.His wife gave birth to their first child, a daughter named Carolyn Pearl Phillips on April 21, 1995.
Darius Carlos Rucker (born May 13, 1966) is an American singer and songwriter.
(Ray Charles hit number one in March 1985 in a duet with Willie Nelson with Seven Spanish Angels).
It was followed by two more number one singles, "It Won't Be Like This for Long" and "Alright" and the number three, "History in the Making." In 2009, he became the first black American to win the New Artist Award from the Country Music Association, and only the second black person to win any award from the association.
Rucker co-wrote the majority of the band's songs with the other three members.
He released a solo R&B album, Back to Then, in 2002 on Hidden Beach Recordings but did not chart any singles from it.