Daryl Hall's 'Live From Daryl's House' Renews Broadcast Agreement with Viacom
The Hall and Oates singer's music series will air on HD channel Palladia as well as VH1.
The award-winning music performance series Live From Daryl's House is slated to return with new episodes in early 2014.
Daryl Hall, the show's host, and Good Cop Bad Cop Productions have renewed their agreement with the high-definition music channel Palladia, from Viacom Media Networks.
The deal was brokered by Hall's manager and executive producer Jonathan Wolfson and executives Rick Krim and Ben Zurier from VH1, which also airs the show.
"Our viewers' response has been overwhelmingly positive to Daryl and the series, which captures the unexpected magic that can happen when talented artists relax and create music together," said Krim, vp talent and music programming for VH1. "We're proud to be a part of this show."
The series was launched in 2007 as a free monthly show that streamed episodes on its own website. On the program, Hall collaborates with his contemporaries and newer performers from a variety of music genres.
Live From Daryl's House has more than 60 episodes under its belt and has featured jam sessions with such musical guests as Cee Lo Green, KT Tunstall, Neon Trees, Minus the Bear, Jason Mraz, electrofunk duo Chromeo and music icon Smokey Robinson.
The show received a Webby award for best variety series and an O Music Award from MTV.
"A day doesn't go by that I don't hear from fans about how much they love the show. And everyone knows how much I enjoy doing it," Hall said. "Believe me when I tell you, the best is yet to come."
New guests will be announced in the coming weeks.
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