Over the past six years, Darius Rucker has raised more than $400,000 for St. Jude Children's Research Hospital through his annual benefit concert, golf tournament and celebrity auction. Expect that number to rise by six figures after the numbers come in from Monday's sold-out show at Nashville's Wildhorse Saloon, along with today's golf match. The "Southern Style" singer was joined by buddies Little Big Town, Steve Wariner, Scotty McCreery, Brothers Osborne and A Thousand Horses for the event, which included chart-topping hits, throwback covers and plenty of singalongs.
The four-part harmonies of Little Big Town (Phillip Sweet, Jimi Westbrook, Kimberly Schlapman and Karen Fairchild) were a highlight of the evening.
The "Lose My Mind" singer treated fans to past Number Ones and future hits from his upcoming album, Illinois.
A Thousand Horses are currently opening shows on Rucker's Southern Style Tour.
McCreery was a surprise guest at the show. In addition to his own hits, the 21-year-old baritone also covered George Strait's "Check Yes or No."
In addition to his solo set, Rucker shared the stage with all of his special guests.
Phillip Sweet, TJ Osborne, Kimberly Schlapman, John Osborne, Karen Fairchild, Darius Rucker and Jimi Westbrook smile backstage at the sixth annual Darius Rucker and Friends benefit show.
Country legend Steve Wariner harmonized with his friend.
Little Big Town, Darius Rucker, Steve Wariner, Scotty McCreery and Brett Eldredge shared the stage for one of many of the night's all-star singalongs.
Eldredge, also an opener on Rucker's Southern Style Tour, covered Frank Sinatra during the show.
Brothers John and TJ Osborne played their new, guitar-driven love song, "Stay a Little Longer."
Rucker autographs a guitar backstage at the 2015 Darius and Friends benefit for St. Jude Children's Research Hospital.