As Variety reports, Live from Daryl’s House, the Webby Award-winning musical performance show co-hosted by Rock & Roll Hall of Famer Daryl Hall (one half of Hall & Oates), 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, 2023) 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 I had to use the Internet for entertainment, which hadn’t really been done before,” Hall explains of the show — which he launched on his own dime — in this season’s premiere installment. “Hard to believe but there wasn’t anything like it. So much has changed since then. I was kind of a pioneer.”
“I’m unbelievably excited about the new season,” he continues. “I love all the guests we’ve booked and I think we’ve gone to places, musically, that we’ve never gone to before.”
The show is being executive produced by Hall and longtime manager Jonathan Wolfson for their Good Cop Bad Cop Productions.