Daryl Hall’s award winning web series is gaining momentum on television
Daryl Hall’s collaborative performance show ‘Live from Daryl’s House’ is gaining remarkable momentum with syndication on Palladia, VH1, and local markets.
And it’s all happening despite the lack of a new episode in more than ten months. That’s going to change soon, however, says Hall.
Soon the show which has its roots in the countryside atmosphere of Hall’s vintage New England home will tape new episodes inside a renovated nightclub in Pawling, New York. Not much has been said yet of the change of venue, or why the quiet town of 8,400 people in upstate New York was chosen.
But with the creative genius of Hall at the helm, television networks are optimistic about what’s ahead.
“For Palladia, Live From Daryl’s House represents the perfect match of programming and television network,” Rick Krim, Executive Vice President, Talent and Music Programming at VH1, said in a statement. “Our viewers’ response has been overwhelmingly positive to Daryl and the series which captures the unexpected magic that can happen when talented artists relax and create music together. We’re proud to be a part of this show.”
Hall adds, “I’m thrilled to be able to start producing these new shows for our ever-widening audience, after renewing our relationship with Palladia. A day doesn’t go by that I don’t hear from fans about how much they love the show, and everyone knows how much I enjoy doing it. Believe me when I tell you, the best is yet to come.”
New collaborative guests for ‘LFDH’ will be announced in the coming weeks, said sources.
Meanwhile, Hall and manager Jonathan Wolfson also are assembling a show for the DIY network about a historic house Hall is renovating in Connecticut, cleverly named ‘Daryl’s Restoration Over-Hall’.
Hall toured the United States in 2012 in support of the television show along with his new album ‘Laughing Down Crying’.