PAWLING, NY (CelebrityAccess) — BMG announced a that they have struck a partnership to revive the popular televised music series Live From Daryl’s House, hosted by former Hall & Oates frontman Daryl Hall.
The agreement includes worldwide rights to the complete 82-episode collection filmed from 2007-2016. The show’s production, which is slated to begin this fall, is to be executive produced by Good Cop Bad Cop Productions’ Daryl Hall and Jonathan Wolfson, and Joe Thomas and Bob Frank for BMG. Sound Off Productions’ Domenic Cotter will continue in his role as the show’s producer.
The show will be free to viewers and will be digitally distributed.
The web series, which first launched in 2007, was filmed at Hall’s former home in Millerton, NY and current venue Daryl’s House in Pawling, NY. The show’s format evolved over the years, but included interviews, cooking segments and collaborations between Hall and guest artists.
The initial iteration of the show aired on MTV Live until 2017. Past episodes have featured a mix of well-known performers including Smokey Robinson, Nick Lowe, K.T. Tunstall, Todd Rundgren, Dave Stewart, Toots and the Maytals, Joe Walsh, Sammy Hagar, Aaron Neville, alongside then-newcomers Fitz and the Tantrums, Mayer Hawthorne, Jason Mraz, Gavin DeGraw, Amos Lee, Brett Dennen, Elle King, and Aloe Blacc, among numerous others.
“I’m really excited to announce that LFDH is coming back! We have a new production partner with BMG, who are enthusiastic about taking this show to the next level with me. Fans have been asking me when we are returning, so I am pleased to say that we are headed into production in the fall,” Hall wrote in a press statement announcing the show’s return.