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Episode 59:
Live At The Borgata



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I was quite surprised at Allen Stone's extremely high tenor voice - especially when he sang the high 3rd octave harmony on Unaware right at the end of the tune...he was in his natural voice - not falsetto - which was really amazing and it added so much to the ending of the tune. Great young singer along with Daryl and the band - - superb show~!
- posted by kc5tng - October 13, 2014
Allen Stone and Daryl must write and record something together! PLEASE. Sharon Jones was great, as always. Thanks, Daryl, for spotlighting all of these fabulous artists. This site is a win-win for everybody.
- posted by SunnySide1 - February 27, 2014
Amazing show!!! What was with the fans in the front rows? WAKE UP!!!!!
- posted by NiceStrat - November 21, 2013
I want to live at Daryl's house. I could be the chef there...traveled with recording artists as a chef/nutritionist!!! Just throwing it out there :-)
- posted by Shakti - June 22, 2013
Does anyone know if CDs are availble. A Compilation of some sorts? If so email me. Morris1412@aol.com thks
- posted by morris1412 - April 13, 2013
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Sharon Jones and Allen Stone
ones, who first appeared on Live from Daryl’s House in Sept. 2010, has made a name for herself with four independently released albums featuring her Dap-Kings band, including I Learned the Hard Way, recorded at their House of Soul Studios, which debuted at #15 on the Billboard charts when it was released on their own Daptone label. The Boston Globe raved that Jones “sings of hard times, infidelity, and other life lessons with total authority.” Sharon Jones and the Dap-Kings’ cover of Woody Guthrie’s “This Land Is Your Land” was featured in the opening credits of the Oscar-nominated movie Up in the Air, and included on the soundtrack album.

Sharon had the time of her life during the sessions. “Oh, man. First off, it was the best piece of roast beef I ever ate,” she enthuses. “But seriously, It was such an honor and a thrill to be at Daryl’s house and to get to make music, relax and have a good time. Everyone should visit.”

Seattle native Allen Stone made his Live from Daryl’s House debut on the February installment of the series. He went from playing backwoods barbecues and community gatherings to selling out venues across the country, with a national TV appearance on Conan. He released his self-titled sophomore record in October on his own stickystones label, before it was re-released on ATO Records. 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. "What is there to say about Daryl Hall?” commented the 24-year-old. “The man is a legend. Getting the opportunity to be invited to sing with him was such an honor. I was overwhelmed at the experience to hang out with someone who has been so influential on my own career."

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