Tag Archives: Daryl Hall and John Oates

The good singers keep singing: an interview with John Oates of Hall and Oates

When all is said and done, Oates hints, maybe that’s the best way to define success. Continue reading

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Calling Hall & Oates and Huey Lewis out into the streets

‘In the days of  fat laces and neon, boom boxes and graffiti tags, I pined for the time when people sang a cappella in the streets.’ My teen angst was focused on fiddling with stereos, trying to bring the vocals … Continue reading

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It’s been a year since Tom ‘T-Bone’ Wolk passed away

Daryl Hall sings the Harold Melvin and the Blue Notes classic “I Miss You” for T-Bone Wolk Continue reading

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John Oates on the music Hall and Oates made

Gene: What Hall and Oates songs are you most proud of? John: I’d say the one that stands out in my mind the most is “She’s Gone” because it really put us on the map. It was the calling card … Continue reading

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