Daryl Hall’s ‘Live From Daryl’s House’ Rebounds with Tommy Shaw of Styx and Ty Taylor of Vintage Trouble

Daryl Hall Live From Daryl's House - Courtesy
Daryl Hall Live From Daryl's House - Courtesy


Daryl Hall’s Live From Daryl’s House will return to AXS TV with two new episodes featuring Ty Taylor of Vintage Trouble and Tommy Shaw of Styx, it was announced.

AXS TV and Good Cop/Bad Cop Productions—the company behind Live From Daryl’s House—say they will bring 10 additional episodes of the live music series to the network’s lineup this fall.

In addition to eight existing episodes, viewers will be able to watch two never-before-seen entries when the series returns to AXS TV with a new day and time, airing Thursday, October 1 at 8 p.m. ET/5 p.m. PT.

Darryl Hall and Tommy Shaw – Courtesy Wolfson Entertainment

Read more here on Live From Daryl’s House.

The series kicks off with Hall’s jam session with STYX front man Tommy Shaw on October 1, featuring intimate performances of STYX signatures “Blue Collar Man,” “Too Much Time On My Hands,” and “Renegade,” as well as Daryl Hall and John Oates’ hits “Delayed Reaction”, and “It’s A Laugh”.

On October 8, Hall joins Ty Taylor, lead singer of L.A.-based quartet Vintage Trouble, for a night of music featuring Vintage Trouble originals “Another Man’s Words,” “Nobody Told Me” and “Can’t Stop Rollin.’” They also perform The Spinners’ “I’ll Be Around,” which was covered on the Daryl Hall and John Oates album “Our Kind of Soul.”

Tommy Shaw of Styx on Live From Daryl's House - Courtesy
Tommy Shaw of Styx on Live From Daryl’s House – Courtesy

Other shows feature appearances and performances by Joe Walsh (Oct. 15), Goo Goo Dolls frontman Johnny Rzeznik (Oct. 22), jazz and soul songstress Kandace Springs (Oct. 29), Cheap Trick (Nov. 5), Smokey Robinson (Nov. 12), alt-rock mainstay Ben Folds (Nov. 19), legendary ZZ Top guitarist Billy Gibbons (Dec. 3), and iconic soul outfit The O’Jays (Dec. 10).

While the TV show has finally made it back on the air with new episodes, Hall’s restaurant and performance venue has temporarily closed.

Daryl’s House, the restaurant and music venue in Pawling, N.Y., has closed because of the economic fallout of the COVID-19 pandemic.

“I am so sorry to say that Daryl’s House is going to have to close temporarily, due to the existing situation,” Hall said in a statement to the local Poughkeepsie Journal. “But we’re gonna come back! I hope to see everyone soon.”