Wed. Apr 24th, 2024

S21E13: Daryl Hall and John Oates

Not every big breakup is romantic, as songwriting and performing legends Daryl Hall and John Oates are unfortunately learning in the Chancery Court of Nashville, Tennessee. Friends since college, the duo spent years honing their craft before breaking out big in the 1970s, and giving the world some of the catchiest music around – Maneater, Rich Girl, Kiss on My List, You Make My Dreams, among many others. Their half-century long partnership has existed long enough to see a revival of their early work in the last decade or two, but a recent lawsuit and restraining order may mark the definitive end of the band everybody knew as Hall & Oates.

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Alicia’s Receipts

Daryl Hall on How He Met John Oates | The Big Interview (YouTube)

Daryl Hall is suing John Oates after more than 50 years together. Everything we know about the case. (yahoo.com)

Hall & Oates | Definition of Soul Documentary – Why Hall sings lead, 1980’s Success, Gamble and Huff (YouTube)

Hall & Oates (en.wikipedia.org)

“Out of Touch”: Hall & Oates lawsuit, explained – The Temple News

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