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Daryl Hall Reviews

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Average customer review: 3.0 star rating (3.0 Stars)

Number of reviews: 31



4.0 star rating Billy h from Boston, Massachusetts


Started out a little rough as DH was irritated with some sound issues and a speaker centered in the middle of the stage. Orpheum is ancient so I guess you put up with those things. As soon as he started going with Dreamtime, I was back 35 years to the last time I saw him. The dude is a legend, and still has it. He blew through a few new songs which were good and stayed engaged with the 60-70 something crowd. He finally broke out with Sarah Smile and One on One and didn’t disappoint…on the piano, behind the keyboard. Came back for Make my Dreams Come True encore and the place went nuts….followed up with Todd Rundgren (Darryl House Version) of Wait for Me and Can We Still Be Friends which were both spot on. Honestly, the final 30 minutes was awesome and made the night. Both guys still got it. Band was great.

4.0 star rating Felicia Khan from New York, New York

DARYL HALL RAW & UNFILTERED yes, I was obviously disappointed that he didn't perform most of the hits we've come to know & love, however this was like a jam session, raw, Unfiltered & just vibing in the moment. Daryl was also there to promote his new Album. You have to give it up to him, 75 & still creating great music. Your catalog expands through decades. Thank you Daryl. Please come back to NYC WITH JOHN OATS!

4.0 star rating Heather from Ontario Canada


Hubby and I travelled from Ontario Canada to see this pairing at Carnegie Hall. Loved the venue! Todd was amazing and had a great rapport with the audience. I expected more from Hall. He apparently doesn’t do sound checks and it showed. He spent much of the time complaining about the sound and coming across as an ogre to his sound people. This was very distracting. He still has an amazing voice but respect for the venue was lacking. Daryl’s House on YouTube is better but I’m glad I got to see Carnegie Hall and Todd. That’s why the 4 stars.

4.0 star rating KTB from Bronx, New York


As an avid fan of Daryl and John, I've been to many of their concerts over the last 40 years. I'm also a huge fan of Daryl's solo stuff. I went to this concert expecting to hear his songs, many of which are on his new CD. I was in my glory to hear Daryl perform songs from Sacred Songs, which I've never heard live before. However, it ended up being one-third H&O music. H&O fans have plenty of opportunities to see them but it's rare to see Daryl alone. Daryl's voice sounded stronger than I've heard in years. Also, while Todd Rundgren was good, I thought he'd open with a few songs then do the duet with Daryl. Instead his set was as long as Daryl's. Overall, excellent show but not exactly what I expected.

4.0 star rating Ronny Kornfeld from New York, New York


Montclair NJ show...Todd was flying right out of the gate...ripping guitar solos...over the top vocals..Daryl seemed apologetic about his solo catalogue songs which was why I was there...the Hall and Oates shows got stale years ago and he is reborn with these shows...Philly soul roots shine...fantastic encores with Todd on Wait for Me and Didn't I Blow Your Mjnd This Time...only 4 stars bcuz band sound was muddy...needs better sound crew 4 sure...

4.0 star rating Bruce Goodman from Baltimore, Maryland


The concert was very good overall. Todd Rundgren still has a great voice and range. I didn't recognize but about 4 of his songs, but his hits were good. The acoustics in the Borgata event center definitely needs some improvement. It was also obvious that Daryl was having some sound issues. Daryl was entertaining and his house band was awesome. The lead guitarist was great as well as the sax player. In general the house band was great ! The only dissapointment was when the artist changes the song from the original hit version to update it . The song was a hit and should be done as it was originally recorded. We had a great night and we're glad we attended the show !

3.0 star rating Chuck Feltch from Boston, Massachusetts


Opening act Todd Rundgren slayed The Orpheum Crowd with a sizzling 65 minute opener, filled with his many Pop Hits and Some Rockers to boot. Daryl Hall, in contrast, seemed tentative and this was exacerbated by sound & equipment issues! Most of his offerings were from his Solo Catalogue which did not engage the audience, which clearly came to hear Hall & Oates Radio Hits.


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