About Darius Rucker
It has been reported that the overall sum of Darius Rucker net worth is as much as 14 million dollars, as of right now. Darius Rucker has earned his net worth through his career as a musician. The first time he got more attention was when he served as the leading singer and rhythm guitarist for the rock band that has earned many awards, “Hootie and the Blowfish”. He started this band in 1986. The band was started at the University of South Carolina, together with Dean Felber, Jim Sonefeld and Mark Bryan. His work in the band made him very famous and also added up to the overall size of Darius Rucker net worth. While he belonged to this band, it has released five studio albums. Six songs of the band landed in the Top 40 of the Billboard Hot 100 chart. In addition to being a singer and guitar player in the band, Darius Rucker also served as one of its main song writers.
In 2002 Darius Rucker started his career as a solo singer, when his first album was released called “Back to Then”. The album included RnB songs and it was released under the Hidden Beach Recordings. However, the album did not producer any singles. Six years later, he decided to switch to country music and as a country music singer he got signed to Capitol Records in Nashville. In the same year as he got signed to the label, he released his album called “Learn to Live”. The single called “Don’t Think I Don’t Think About It” landed in the first place on the Hot Country Songs charts and it made him the first African American singer to have a number one hit on country music charts since Charley Pride, who did it in 1983. Two more songs of Darius Rucker landed in the first place on the charts, called “Alright” and “It Won’t Be Like This for Long”. His song called “History in the Making” landed in the third place on charts. Thus, all of these recordings have also added up to the overall estimate of Darius Rucker net worth.
In 2009, Darius Rucker was awarded with the New Artist Award from the Country Music Association and this made him the first African American artist to receive this award. In 2010, he released one more album called “Charleston, SC, 1966”. Two number one singles were released from this album, called “This” and “Come Back Song”.