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Ever since he made his way out of the country's been in 2008 the former front man -- -- has been on fire the -- -- Charleston, South Carolina in 1966.
Has produced two number one -- And his new single which he'll be performing later on this hour is climbing the charts.
And joining us right now is two time Grammy winner and country music superstar Darius -- good morning.
Good morning the do first of all -- at a -- -- -- the page of that video yes and that it would have re going to be the cool and that the -- -- movement through the you're gonna talk I think that mother.
Have reviewed Hugo Andrew and -- mentioned him a minute ago you one of the few big stars who still comes back you know -- went -- she would say she made it up here -- -- -- here Miley Cyrus.
And here they still compact review.
Big star still can't feel a -- -- -- one -- -- thought Republicans have become part of the team got a taste so good on this face -- does -- the I thought we'd be closer.
At a I.
This is the guy that actually gonna hang out and let the good pitching in the twenty for.
It does it present -- didn't -- that the guy who I think -- as Melinda Hackett did everything that I.
That particular that the I ideologue.
Yeah that preceded -- -- -- About.
Your country transition because you do with such needs.
And -- think a lot of people were surprised you probably worked all of it yourself you work.
Yeah -- and probably thinks we you know.
We -- I expected some success maybe a little but not -- I just want them.
Smirk on them and expect to have fun number one's analyst of those -- Want to be part of the going to be in the world and doing crazy is -- -- military -- have you always considered yourself since -- a young man to be a country guy I -- like 'cause we legalized than you -- Liked it but enter at your core and it wasn't until.
Why would read the Foster in Baltimore in the bands came on the -- I considered myself because that's when I realized -- -- the -- the regular I would just like America.
So this is Darius I grew up with a -- really I grew up with a -- Are more rapidly to this country was like for it to be but it's growing on me gradually so once you started seeing me in the people -- it only grow from there oh absolutely must.
I would sing and at the justice that have grown -- -- -- really amazing to me is watching how big country.
Is get the with Taylor and how -- -- Is I mean played stadiums.
It's amazing to me like I'm just like us they'll come on his ground on the coattails and run alone there about -- So one of the things -- right along with the his Grammy artist program and and -- revealing what.
I'm not really -- -- his play in the grammys because of a moment that we go to the other big issue for me and I'm being honored that -- -- and it's really cool to be by the grammys immune you know that's the ultimate in everything from from musician -- America -- Being being -- by the grammys foundation estimates -- -- but aren't you doing a series of intimate of ends up doing is one tonight.
In New York City and his mind as they reveal your journey to get you -- -- and eventually led to the White House right that.
You know one of the things that most proud of my career is not so I've -- for a remembrance of some.
And me going to do anything with this and -- -- Was one.
This tells me -- agreement.
So the three of you sitting there on this -- playing guitar.
It was you and me curious case could go ahead of the -- -- it in the middle yeah we were doing.
Workshop for students right there the way and that.
That'll hold a workshop like a free university thing and Easter oh yeah we just -- around -- above the students we talked about songwriting -- -- put his -- good number and also the great music.
It doesn't seem -- doesn't seem cookie cutter country.
It seemed like you put your own stamp on -- -- That's the only I think I could do it.
I'm not trying to be anybody else I want to make missiles -- records that I like -- try to put me as much from me in the muscles like and then go to Little Rock right.
-- -- -- -- -- -- Charleston 1966.
Left that about that all of the is that my favorite -- border patrols and militants if -- fixing my favorite conjured won't it was a review Byron political -- real Texas in 1950 kind of paying jobs to -- -- -- his good -- ideal and idea.
Like that have Buckley runs over the record for the amount that -- coming up a little bit later on our show we you're going to be performing for us -- -- We will look forward to that think.
What do you think publicly I've gotten up and is -- single in the you know it's it's one of songs.
That when you write it you've finished an -- as I was real proud that's it that's all about -- when it doesn't work.
Yeah I haven't I heard that all morning as you were doing in the fountain check you were just saying I got nothing like.
The -- A little bit.
And all right -- you've got to like.
In some measure.
Going down the road because you can sleep later you've got three kids at home you know why if you the road -- on.
Good -- did -- but you know over the last couple organize them still get up at 7 o'clock is that you by the -- -- when dad is dead and pick -- And it's -- -- my book is this summer camp so their outlook -- that the love music theory that you -- party.
-- -- -- -- I don't -- that club if I didn't know what I haven't seen that volume with -- -- -- while that.
Dinner and -- -- -- exactly.
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