Episode 35:
Fitz and the Tantrums


Well I had heard of this group but never really listened to them. I am now a fan. Got schooled by Daryl! I will not judge a musician by their name. I promise. Thanks!
- posted by Diane57 - May 31, 2017
My wife and I discovered this show just a few weeks ago and we are recording and watching it. The Fitz & the Trantrums show was amazing. Actually, they all are. We bought tickets to see Hall & Oates in Chicago this July. Haven't seen them since around 1984. Can't wait.
- posted by kengullette - April 29, 2016
This is one of my favs, love watching all of them. I agree with most of the comments already made...THE BEST!
- posted by laf - December 20, 2014
Good one! I was thinking that didn't see horns in others episodes and I like what I hear/see! What about bring the Phoenix Horns? That guys playin and singin with Daryl, would be a great episode too...
- posted by Cranio - September 9, 2014
Dear Daryl and Co., I can't believe this show has been on for 7 years now and I am just now discovering this. So many artists and episodes -so little time! This show does so much to promote great music. I have discovered new artists and music thanks to this show. I think it's a great format and I love seeing Daryl sing other songs and then see the guest artist sing one of Daryl's/Hall & Oates songs. I cannot get enough of this show, it brings me great joy. Everyone sounds great and you all look so damn happy, I'm kind of jealous! Thanks for the gift of great music, it fuels my soul!
- posted by silviosMaMa - May 22, 2014
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Fitz and the Tantrums
With a shared love of old-school street corner soul, R&B and four-to-the-floor funk, Daryl Hall and L.A. band Fitz and the Tantrums make the perfect pairing for the 35th and latest edition of award-winning Live from Daryl’s House. Daryl joins Fitz, singer Noelle Scaggs and sax player James King for a toe-tapping, hand-clapping, get off your couch set that includes “Girl, I Love You,” a song Daryl wrote and originally recorded in 1967 with his first band, The Temptones.

“To get to play with one of my biggest influences and idols was a dream come true,” raves Fitz, who founded the band and recorded their debut LP on an old church organ he purchased for $50. “Daryl and the guys put it down and we all left it on the floor! We went pretty deep into the Daryl Hall catalog to sing the first song Daryl ever recorded. It was a day we will never forget!”

The seven-song set includes four Fitz and the Tantrums originals, which they call soul-influenced indie pop, from Pickin’ Up the Pieces, their just-released album on Dangerbird Records, home of the Grammy-nominated Silversun Pickups, including the title track, “Breakin’ the Chains of Love,” “Dear Mr. President” and “MoneyGrabber.” Aside from “Girl, I Love You,” Daryl and the band decided to take on “Perkiomen,” a song written by him in 1970.

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