DARYL HALL’S “Live From Daryl’s House” IS BACK!

DARYL HALL’S “Live From Daryl’s House” IS BACK!

Award-Winning ‘Live from Daryl’s House’ Webcast Returns After a Three-Year Hiatus New shows premiere on Daryl Hall’s dedicated YouTube Channel, Including Glenn Tilbrook, Robert Fripp, Howard Jones and More…

“Live from Daryl’s House,” the Webby Award-winning musical performance show co-hosted by Rock & Roll Hall of Famer Daryl Hall, is returning to the web after a five-year halt in production. The long-running program will be seen on a dedicated YouTube channel starting Wednesday (Nov. 1) with an episode featuring Squeeze singer/songwriter Glenn Tilbrook.


New episodes of “LFDH” will drop weekly, with Tilbrook followed by Atlanta psychedelic jam band Blackberry Smoke singer/guitarist Charlie Starr (Nov. 8); King Crimson guitarist and Daryl Hall solo album producer Robert Fripp (pictured above with Hall, Nov. 15); singer/songwriters Andy Grammer (Nov. 22), Lisa Loeb (Nov. 29) and U.K. synthpop pioneer Howard Jones (Dec. 6).

“It was an idea to use the Internet for entertainment, which hadn’t really been done before,” marvels Daryl Hall, introducing the new season of his popular Webby Award-winning music series, Live from Daryl’s House, recounting the lightbulb moment back in 2007 to host an intimate online showcase for music, and to fill the time between touring. “Hard to believe but there wasn’t anything like it. So much has changed since then.”

After a long production hiatus, Live from Daryl’s House will return on November 1 on Hall’s dedicated YouTube Channel, with a brand-new season of six shows, one a week, through the end of the year.

“I’m unbelievably excited about the new season,” said Hall, who paid for the initial shows out of his own pocket before finding both sponsors and distributors, including the Tribune Company for broadcast TV, MTV’s Palladia (later MTV Live) for cable, and AXS-TV through the years, executive-producing the series via his Good Cop Bad Cop Productions with longtime manager Jonathan Wolfson. “I love all the guests and I think we’ve gone to places, musically, that we’ve never gone to before,” says Hall.

After a deal with BMG to co-fund production, “Live from Daryl’s House” shot its final episodes in 2018, with the last two airing in October 2020, featuring Styx’s Tommy Shaw and Vintage Trouble vocalist Ty Taylor. It earned a Webby Award in 2010 for Best Variety Show among 10,000 entries, then earned an O Music Award from MTV.


The first few seasons offered an eclectic mix of legends and newcomers, from Chromeo, Fitz & the Tantrums, Minus the Bear, Aloe Black 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. A segment with fellow Philly soul man Todd Rundgren metamorphosed into a tour, which comes to Los Angeles Pantages Theater on November 6. Every show since Hall opened his Daryl’s House Restaurant and Music Club on Halloween, 2014, in Pawling, New York, has been filmed there.


Wolfson gives credit to the show’s popularity for the resurgence in Hall’s career over the past decade, introducing him to new artists and audiences he may not have reached previously.

Added Wolfson: “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. In my opinion, our latest season is a continuation of the quality programming that the fans have come to expect.”

Live from Daryl’s House debuted on November 15, 2007, with a solo episode featuring Daryl himself, often spotlighting local chefs cooking their cuisine on camera. The first few seasons offered an eclectic mix of legends and newcomers from Gym Class Heroes’ Travis McCoy, Chromeo, Fitz and the Tantrums, Minus the Bear, Aloe Blacc and K.T. Tunstall to Nick Lowe, the Doors’ Robby Krieger and Ray Manzarek, Smokey Robinson, Toots & the Maytals, Train, Jose Feliciano, Billy Gibbons, Sammy Hagar, Todd Rundgren, Cheap Trick, Wyclef Jean, Aaron Neville and Kenny Loggins. Between 2007 and 2018, a total of 84 episodes were produced.  Since 2014, “Daryl’s House” Restaurant and Music Club in Pawling, NY has been the series homebase.

Prior to the new season, the last two episodes filmed featured Styx’s Tommy Shaw and Vintage Trouble vocalist Ty Taylor, which both aired in October of 2020. 

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