Music lovers now have another choice when it comes to quarantine viewing: Daryl Hall‘s long-running music series Live from Daryl’s House is finally coming back to television.
AXS TV will air 14 past episodes of the award-winning show starting April 19 at 9 p.m. ET. The series, created in 2007 by the blonder half of Hall & Oates, features Hall chatting and jamming with a variety of musical guests from various genres in a loose, living room-like setting.
The 14 episodes include Daryl’s jams with Marchbox Twenty frontman Rob Thomas, Hootie & the Blowfish singer Darius Rucker, the band Train, former Voice coach Cee Lo Green, Jason Mraz, Chris Daughtry, Aloe Blacc, Gavin DeGraw and Elle King, among others.
“Hey everybody, I am happy to say that the original at home show is back on TV,” says Daryl in a statement.
“This is an incredible opportunity for music lovers of all ages to see an eclectic lineup of music legends and modern favorites put their skills on full display in a unique and intimate setting,” adds AXS TV exec Sarah Weidman.
For full details, visit LiveFromDarylsHouse.com.
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