Darius Rucker began his career as the frontman of '90s pop-rock band Hootie & the Blowfish. Rucker’s debut album with the band, “Cracked Rear View,” became one of the most successful albums of all time. In the late ‘90s, the band took a break, giving Rucker time to launch his solo career. Following Rucker’s first solo album, “Back to Then” in 2002, the artist went on to release two albums with Hootie & the Blowfish in the early 2000s. He relaunched his solo career with a more country approach, which proved successful, as his album “Learn to Live” received platinum status. This album was followed by “Charleston SC 1996” in 2010 and “True Believers” in 2013, which included his triple platinum certified hit “Wagon Wheel." Rucker’s fourth country album, “Southern Style,” was released in March 2015.