Meet Hootie’s Newest Blowfish


Once upon a time, long before he was one of country music’s favorite hit-makers, Darius Rucker was a one-named wonder most-commonly known as “Hootie.” Along with his merry band of “Blowfish,” he had many hits, none more memorable than 1994’s “Hold My Hand.”

And what’s a Hootie to do while he’s on tour with some of country’s hottest rising stars? Find some new “Blowfish.” Enter Brett Eldredge, the Brothers Osborne and A Thousand Horses, Rucker’s opening acts on his Southern Style Tour.

And what do you get when you mix country’s hottest stars and one of the biggest hits of the ’90s? See for yourself:

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