With her rich, smokey, and effortlessly timeless voice, you'd never guess she's only 19 years of age. On this episode of Live From Daryl's House, Brisbane's own, Grace Sewell, stops by to chop it up with Daryl and band.
On this episode of Live From Daryl's House, Daryl welcomes "Home" American modern-rocker, Chris Daughtry. With his soaring vocals and blissful spirit, Daughtry's standout performance will leave you praying, "It's Not Over."
On this episode of Live From Daryl's House, Fugees rapper, guitarist, and activist, Wyclef Jean stops by to put a whole new spin on the Hall & Oates classic, "Rich Girl." It's a family affair at Daryl's House as Wyclef enlists his sister to help prepare the quintessential Haitian meal. Wait til' you see what they have in store, you're gonna flip!
On this episode of Live From Daryl's House, Daryl Hall enlists Anderson East, the southern singer/songwriter, up to the northeast. East's unique fusion of soul, R&B, gospel, and early rock, in conjunction with Daryl, will surely leave you wanting more.
On this episode of Live From Daryl's House, prepare to "Surrender" your Philly soul to 2016 Rock & Roll Hall of Fame inductees and Rockford, IL natives, Cheap Trick, as they bring their blend of pop, punk and metal to Daryl's House.
On this episode of Live From Daryl's House, Daryl welcomes Philly soul legends, The O'Jays. It's all aboard the "Love Train," back to Daryl's House, back to his roots, "The Philly Sound," where it all began.
On this episode of Live From Daryl's House, Daryl Hall welcomes rapper-turned-singer Aloe Blacc. From early on, this co-writer and singer of Swedish DJ Avicci's mega-hit, "Wake Me Up," was really drawn to the way folk singers were able to turn their songs into storytelling. This Southern California native's slick and smooth retro-soul sound is sure to leave you wanting more.
On this episode of Live From Daryl's House, Daryl Hall welcomes London siblings/songwriters Kitty, Daisy & Lewis. With a background rooted deeply in family tradition, the trio serves up an eclectic mix up of Pop, R'n'B & Blues, Psychedelic Rock, Soul, Country, Jazz and Ska you won't soon forget.
Daryl gets together with legendary musician Sammy “The Red Rocker” Hagar on location at Cabo Wabo in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico. Together, on-location, the two created memorable live musical moments south of the border.
On this episode, Daryl teams-up with R&B Legend, Aaron Neville. Aaron and Daryl get together for some classic New Orleans cooking, conversation and an amazing musical experience that you won't soon forget!
Live from Daryl’s House gets a welcome dose of southern hospitality when it travels to Charleston, SC, the hometown of special guest Darius Rucker, who joins with soon-to-be fellow resident Daryl Hall on the show’s 68th and latest installment.
On this episode, Daryl teams-up with singer/keyboardist and Nashville-native, Kandace Springs. Before ever releasing a note of music, Springs was endorsed by none other than Prince, who invited her to perform at his legendary Paisley Park Studio. Drawing on her R&B, hip-hop, jazz, pop, and Latin influences, Springs merges old-school values with fresh and innovative styles.
Live from Daryl’s House welcomes Northern California singer/songwriter Brett Dennen, who relates his own summer camp introduction to music in a visit to Daryl Hall’s new Pawling, N.Y., location for the show’s 67th and latest installment.
On this episode, Daryl teams up with multi-platinum selling singer/songwriter/producer Ben Folds. The two deliver a collaboration that is sure to please with performances from both their solo and group catalogs.
Live from Daryl's House celebrates it's Philadelphia roots in its new Pawling, N.Y., location as fellow City of Brotherly Love native Amos Lee joins Daryl Hall for the show's 66th and latest installment.
Live from Daryl's House never felt more like home, as the show welcomes the now L.A.-based husband-wife team of JOHNNYSWIM for its 65th and latest installment, the third new show of 2014, following Grammy-nominated singer/songwriter Gavin DeGraw and Rock and Roll Hall of Famer, ZZ Top guitarist Billy Gibbons.
Daryl Hall and the Goo Goo Doll’s John Rzeznik know a little something about what it takes to be a lead singer in a rock band, and they put that experience to good use on a selection from the catalog of both groups on the 42nd edition of Live From Daryl’s House.