Having another snowy weekend and not going out on the roads, so listening to a lot of old LFDH! This was so much fun, loving Daryl and Allen together, such enjoy and just plain fun! Love Allen Stone and been following his music since this aired the first time. Hopefully some of the other shows taped way back when LFDH started will make their way back to this site. I really don't like You Tube for this stuff, this site is better for the whole show experience!
- posted by Yokogirl - February 4, 2017
Allen's spirit is so pure and his smile contagious. He and Daryl really jammed and met each other's colors into the perfect rainbow. You could tell Daryl felt the music. Good session.
- posted by bluiz617 - September 11, 2016
Just now seeing this for the first time! Haven't heard this song in years.....all I can say is....GREAT!!! LOVE THIS!!!! Thank you!!!!
- posted by lisaalamm - August 18, 2016
Wow!! I am now a huge fan of Daryl's house AND a new fan of Allen's!!!! So glad to share a planet with you Allen. And glad to reconnect with long time friends like Daryl and the band. Much respect to T-Bone wherever you are.
- posted by UnkleJustin - February 11, 2014
Wow Allen Stone. What an awesome voice. You have a new fan. Just magical and soulful. Love your soul.
From playing backwoods barbecues and community gatherings to selling out venues across the country, with a national TV appearance on Conan, Stone released his self-titled sophomore record in October on stickystones, his own independent label. The disc climbed the iTunes R&B/soul charts, peaking at #2, hitting #29 and #62 on Billboard’s Heatseekers and R&B/Hip-Hop Album charts. Recent press coverage includes MTV Buzzworthy, USA Today’s Fall Music Preview “Under the Radar,” NPR’s The Record Blog, CNN’s Marquee Blog “1 to Watch’ and Billboard’s “Freshman Haze.” Stone’s three-week North American tour with Jack’s Mannequin kicked off in St. Louis on January 19 and included two nights at New York City’s Irving Plaza on Feb. 8 and 9. His headlining tour kicked off Feb. 12 in Baltimore, wrapping up with a sold-out two-night stand at the legendary Troubadour in W. Hollywood on March 24 and 25.