Daryl Hall to release retrospective album, 2022 solo tour

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    (January 24, 2022) Legacy Recordings, a division of Sony Music Entertainment, will release BeforeAfter, the first-ever solo retrospective from Rock and Roll Hall of Famer Daryl Hall, as a two-disc set and across all digital platforms, on Friday, April 1. On the same date, Hall will also embark on his first solo tour in a decade, performing on historic stages like NYC’s Carnegie Hall and Nashville’s Ryman Auditorium, with special guest and fellow Rock & Roll Hall of Famer Todd Rundgren supporting. Tickets for the Carnegie Hall show go on sale Friday, January 28th at 11AM ET on livenation.com.

    (January 24, 2022) Legacy Recordings, a division of Sony Music Entertainment, will release BeforeAfter, the first-ever solo retrospective from Rock and Roll Hall of Famer Daryl Hall, as a two-disc set and across all digital platforms, on Friday, April 1. On the same date, Hall will also embark on his first solo tour in a decade, performing on historic stages like NYC’s Carnegie Hall and Nashville’s Ryman Auditorium, with special guest and fellow Rock & Roll Hall of Famer Todd Rundgren supporting. Tickets for the Carnegie Hall show go on sale Friday, January 28th at 11AM ET on livenation.com. Tickets for all other dates go on sale starting Friday, January 28th at 10AM local time on livenation.com.

    Daryl Hall’s 2022 Live Nation tour will launch on April 1st in Chicago at the Auditorium Theatre and will continue through April 16th with stops at iconic venues such as Ryman Theater in Nashville on April 3rd and Carnegie Hall in New York on April 14th. He will play a hometown show at The Met Philadelphia on April 9th. Todd Rundgren will be a special guest on all dates. 

    Pre-order BeforeAfter now: https://legacyrecordings.lnk.to/BeforeAfterPR

    Compiled and sequenced by Hall, BeforeAfter features thirty tracks spanning all five of his solo albums, from the 1980’s Robert Fripp-produced Sacred Songs through 2011’s Laughing Down Crying, which was co-produced with longtime Hall compatriot T-Bone Wolk, who sadly passed before the album was released. Additionally, the collection features six never-released performances from the pathbreaking web and television series Live From Daryl’s House, which Hall launched in 2007 with the then-novel idea of “playing with my friends and putting it up on the internet.” Special guests on the Live From Daryl’s House tracks include Rundgren, Dave Stewart, and Monte Montgomery. Taken as a whole, BeforeAfter draws unexpected and satisfying connections between the esoteric and accessible sides of Daryl Hall’s creativity.

    “I picked this collection of songs from my solo albums because I feel they encapsulate certain periods of my career.” says Hall. “It also shows the diversity of working with collaborators like Robert Fripp or Dave Stewart. And, having some tracks from LFDH on it, really makes the compilation complete.”

    As Jeremy Holiday writes in the accompanying BeforeAfter liner notes, “How paradoxical that Daryl Hall is most associated in the public imagination with a long-term musical partner. Because few artists are as individualistic, and individually complete … Yet Daryl Hall is also a brilliant collaborator, and, perhaps ironically, that quality is equally if not more apparent within his solo work. More than a chance to work ‘alone,’ Hall’s individual pursuits have granted him license to be more eclectic in his choice of collaborators and to push further outside the expected bounds.”

    Those collaborators include not only Fripp and Wolk, but Stewart, who co-produced Hall’s 1986 album Three Hearts in the Happy Ending Machine and co-wrote a number of its tracks, and even Mariah Carey who contributed vocals to 1993’s Soul Alone

    That spirit of collaboration has also guided Live From Daryl’s House from its inception, with Hall welcoming multiple generations of artists - from Smokey Robinson and Cheap Trick to Aloe Blacc and Grace Potter - over the show’s fifteen year history.  

    Before After Track list:

    Disc One:

    1. Dreamtime
    2. Babs and Babs
    3. Foolish Pride
    4. Can’t Stop Dreaming
    5. Here Comes The Rain Again (Live From Daryl’s House) with Dave Stewart
    6. Someone Like You
    7. Talking to You (Is Like Talking to Myself)
    8. Sacred Songs
    9. Right as Rain
    10. Survive
    11. North Star (Live From Daryl’s House) with Monte Montgomery
    12. In My Own Dream (Live From Daryl’s House)
    13. NYCNY
    14. What’s Gonna Happen to Us

    Disc Two:

    1. Love Revelation
    2. Fools Rush In
    3. I’m in a Philly Mood
    4. Send Me
    5. Justify
    6. Borderline
    7. Stop Loving Me, Stop Loving You
    8. Eyes for You (Ain’t No Doubt About It)
    9. The Farther Away I Am
    10. Why Was It So Easy
    11. Can We Still Be Friends (Live From Daryl’s House) with Todd Rundgren
    12. Cab Driver
    13. Our Day Will Come (Live From Daryl’s House)
    14. Laughing Down Crying (Live From Daryl’s House)
    15. Problem with You (Live From Daryl’s House)
    16. Neither One of Us (Wants To Be the First to Say Goodbye) (Live From Daryl’s House) 

     

    Daryl Hall East Coast Tour Dates

     April 1 – Auditorium Theatre – Chicago, IL ^
    April 3 – Ryman Auditorium – Nashville, TN ^
    April 5 – Atlanta Symphony Hall – Atlanta, GA ^
    April 7 – MGM Northfield Park – Northfield, OH ^
    April 9 – The Met Philadelphia – Philadelphia, PA ^
    April 11 – Orpheum Theatre – Boston, MA ^
    April 14 – Carnegie Hall – New York, NY ^
    April 16 – The Theatre at MGM National Harbor – National Harbor, MD ^  

    ^ w/ Todd Rundgren

     

     
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