Darius Rucker has South Carolina road named in his honor

Darius ruckerPhoto courtesy Charleston’s WEZL/Clear Channel Charleston Web/Ashleigh Pash

Darius Rucker, who hails from the Charleston area, was on hand Monday when a new road was unveiled in his honor. 

The road leading up to the North Charleston Coliseum in South Carolina has been renamed Darius Rucker Boulevard after Darius who played the Coliseum back in the 90s shortly after the venue opened with his band Hootie and the Blowfish. 

Rucker grew up in the Charleston area. 

Charleston’s 103.5 WEZL has a great photo album of the dedication ceremony if you want to see more pics. 



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