“Live From Daryl’s House” Is Back After 5 Year Hiatus

“Live From Daryl’s House” Is Back After 5 Year Hiatus | Society Of Rock Videos

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Daryl’s Back!

Live from Daryl’s House,” the Webby Award-winning musical performance series co-hosted by the Rock & Roll Hall of Famer Daryl Hall, is making a triumphant return to the web after a five-year hiatus in production. This long-running program is set to reemerge on a dedicated YouTube channel, commencing on Wednesday, November 1, with an episode featuring the iconic Squeeze singer/songwriter, Glenn Tilbrook.

Fans can anticipate new episodes of “LFDH” every week, offering an impressive lineup. Following Glenn Tilbrook, viewers can look forward to Atlanta’s psychedelic jam band Blackberry Smoke’s singer and guitarist, Charlie Starr, on November 8. November 15 brings a special treat with King Crimson guitarist and producer of Daryl Hall’s solo albums, Robert Fripp, teaming up with Daryl. The musical journey continues with singer-songwriters Andy Grammer on November 22, Lisa Loeb on November 29, and U.K. synthpop pioneer Howard Jones on December 6.

The show is under the executive production of Daryl Hall and his long-time manager, Jonathan Wolfson, through their Good Cop Bad Cop Productions.

“Live from Daryl’s House” initially debuted on November 15, 2007, and has produced a total of 90 episodes, including the most recent six.

Hall, reflecting on the show’s inception, shares, “It was an idea I had to use the Internet for entertainment, which hadn’t really been done before. Hard to believe, but there wasn’t anything like it. So much has changed since then. I was kind of a pioneer.”

His excitement for the new season is palpable, as he expresses, “I’m unbelievably excited about the new season. I love all the guests we’ve booked, and I think we’ve gone to places, musically, that we’ve never gone to before.”

Jonathan Wolfson adds, “Having been a part of this series with Daryl since its inception, I’m filled with pride at the number of incredible artists that have appeared on this very special music series. Our latest season is a continuation of the quality programming that the fans have come to expect.”

The show’s collaboration with BMG for co-funding production resulted in the final episodes being filmed in 2018. The last two episodes were aired in October 2020, featuring Tommy Shaw from Styx and Ty Taylor from Vintage Trouble.

“Live from Daryl’s House” has achieved notable recognition, earning a Webby Award for Best Variety Show in 2010 among 10,000 entries. It also received an O Music Award from MTV.

The show has consistently featured a diverse mix of legendary artists and emerging talents, from Chromeo, Fitz & the Tantrums, Minus the Bear, Aloe Blacc, and KT Tunstall to Smokey Robinson, the Doors’ Ray Manzarek and Robbie Krieger, Nick Lowe, Cheap Trick, Wyclef Jean, Aaron Neville, Billy Gibbons, Booker T. Jones, and Kenny Loggins. Notably, a segment with fellow Philadelphia soul artist Todd Rundgren transformed into a tour, scheduled to arrive at the Los Angeles Pantages Theater on November 6. Every episode since Daryl Hall opened his renowned Daryl’s House Restaurant and Music Club on Halloween in 2014 in Pawling, New York, has been filmed there.

Wolfson credits the show’s immense popularity for revitalizing Daryl Hall’s career over the past decade. It has introduced him to new artists and audiences that he may not have reached otherwise, showcasing the enduring influence and appeal of his musical legacy.

Here’s some of our favorite episodes and the trailer:


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