Daryl Hall is best known for being part of the '70s and '80s duo, Hall & Oates. Daryl Hall and John Oates combined their talents to produce such hits as Maneater, Rich Girl and No Can Do.
A musician from Philadelphia, Daryl Hall attended Temple University where he met future partner John Oates. They played together for a short time in the late 60s, until John Oates decided to transfer schools. Daryl Hall did not let this discourage his musical career though and he began playing with the rock group Gulliver.
After Gulliver had disbanded, Daryl became a back up musician. Upon John Oates' return to Philadelphia in 1972, the two got back together and formed the band Hall & Oates. Because of all their chart-topping hits, by 1984 Hall & Oates became the most chart-topping duo in history.
The King of blue-eyed soul takes it to another level with his new solo "step out" release coming on the heels of two recent Hall & Oates singles Do It For Love which achieved the number one position on the AC charts.
The single Forever For You reached #7 on the AC charts. Daryl&'s new CD features his best songs yet such as Cab Driver, and What's In Your World, as well as the unplugged acoustic version of the Hall & Oates classic She's Gone. The album presents a smooth jazz romantic feel in an urban climate.