Darius Rucker boasts a massive vinyl and CD collection that numbers in the thousands, with country music accounting for over 1,000 of the selections. But the CMA-winning singer-songwriter and guitarist, who last year was inducted into the Grand Ole Opry, says that his introduction to country music came not from records but from a certain '70s-era syndicated TV show, one that mixed a little pickin' with a little grinnin'.
"I was a big Hee-Haw fan," Rucker says. "It's kind of funny to say that, but Hee-Haw was my show. I watched it religiously every week. I look back now, and I always say that I don't give Roy Clark and Buck Owens enough credit for my country career. Those are the guys who got me listening to the music back in the day."Read more about