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- Me, Myself, and I
- It’s a voice that needs no introduction. Darius Rucker’s soulful, rich baritone instantly resonates as a comforting companion in this journey we call life.
On LEARN TO LIVE, his first project for Capitol Records Nashville, Rucker has created a work that is steeped in the country traditions of meaningful lyrics and resonant melodies, yet sounds completely modern.
As the best country albums do, LEARN TO LIVE takes the listener on a trip. The album’s arc covers major life themes such as falling in love, birth and death. “This CD is a journey,” Rucker says. “I realized I’m 42. I’m not going to write many songs about drinking, chasing girls or booty calls. I was going to write songs about having kids and stuff - songs about life.”
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Nominate Darius for NPR 's 50 Great Voices!
In January 2010, NPR will launch a year-long exploration of 50 of the great voices in recorded history. With the series, they're hoping to discover and re-discover awe-inspiring vocalists from around the world and across time. Through archival material, interviews and music, NPR's Morning Edition and All Things Considered will spend the year delving into the lives and legacies of these voices. But they don't know yet whose voices they'll be.
Between Oct. 5 and Oct. 16, we're asking you - Darius Rucker friends and fans- to tell NPR that you think Darius should be considered.
Leave your picks, along with a sentence defending each choice and a link to an audio clip if possible, via email to: GreatVoices@npr.org.
Thanks for helping us spread his music!
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Darius featured on CNN Headline News
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Darius Rucker goes country
Darius Rucker talks about being the first African-American to score a #1 country record since '83. Denise Quan reports.
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