If the world is ever getting attacked by beer cans, look to Brad Paisley for help. He’s already enlisted the perfect superhero army, dubbed “Country’s Mightiest Heroes,” to fight for our right to drink peacefully.
The year was 1994, and Hootie & the Blowfish were making their TV debut on The Late Show with David Letterman. “If you don’t have this album, there’s something wrong with you,” Letterman told the audience that night.
Flash-forward to Thursday night, more than 20 years later, and there’s was an uncanny sense of déjà vu in the Ed Sullivan Theater.
Darius Rucker remembers where he was the last time he felt really old. It’s the same place he usually feels like a rock star – onstage.
“I was performing in Houston, playing a show,” Rucker tells PEOPLE. “There were these two girls in the front row, probably 15, 16 years old. And they were singing along with every word. And I’m thinking, ‘Wow! They know every song!’ I’m doing deep album tracks and they keep singing along.”
Darius Rucker first took the pop world by storm with ’90s faves Hootie and the Blowfish, and for the past seven years has been topping the charts as a solo country artist. But how well do you really know the singer?
Play the classic get-to-know-you game Two Truths and a Lie with Rucker – who just announced his fourth solo studio album, Southern Style, out March 31 – and you’ll get to know him even better.