I like their songs, but wish musician's egos were more in check. A lot of groups egos really show when they try and talk and it shuts off the music.
- posted by Desra4u - July 18, 2014
Without the lead singer of Eleven Fingers, you all still did an unbelievably awesome job. Thank you all for the collaboration. Your talent transcends emotional and physical boundaries and brings much joy to your fans. Daryl you are a genius for bringing these shows to the "masses". We worship and respect you more and more with each episode. What great musicians. Pure poetry for the senses. We do miss T Bone, but these sessions keep him alive.
- posted by Aretha - October 25, 2013
New fan of LFDH! Love what Daryl had to say to Stern. He didn't get where he is by being some flash-in-the-pan. He worked his ass off to get the respect he deserves. Love his vocals and his music writing. When nobody remembers Stern, they will still be playing Hall and Oates. I know I will be, and I'll still be watching LFDH as long as this great production is being made. Sorely miss T-Bone but he would believe, the show must go on. Gotta keep doing what you and the fans LOVE!
- posted by rfillman - April 20, 2013
I want to live here!
- posted by tjjender - February 23, 2013
What a show............. Man this show rocks. The arrangement of " Family Man" it blew my mind. I have reviewed just about all the shows and this session was up there with the best. Thank you for letting us see true geuinus at work. I really miss T Bone. His input may not be ther phisically but his influnce still lives.
Finger Eleven is a Canadian rock band from Burlington, Ontario, formed in 1989. They originated in Burlington, Ontario, as the Rainbow Butt Monkeys. They have currently released five studio albums, with their album The Greyest of Blue Skies bringing them into the mainstream. The 2003 self-titled album achieved Gold status in the United States and Platinum in Canada, largely from the success of the single "One Thing", which marked the band's first placing on the US Hot 100 Chart at number 16. Their 2007 album Them vs. You vs. Me launched the single "Paralyzer", which went on to top numerous charts including the Canadian Hot 100 and both US rock charts, as well as reaching #6 on the US Hot 100 and #12 on the Australian Singles Chart. They won the Juno Award for Rock Album of the Year in 2008.