Pop rock legends Hall & Oates blended R&B, soul, and new wave influences to fabulous effect in the '80s, resulting in some of the decade's most iconic and beloved songs. Oozing with originality and craftsmanship, No. 1 hits like "Maneater" and "I Can't Go for That (No Can Do)" sound as fresh today as they did 30 years ago, eliciting collective swoons from audiences at their 2013 live concerts. With an induction into The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame scheduled in 2014, the boys are in peak form, treating audiences around the US to a string of highly anticipated concerts leading up to the April ceremony.
FANS WHO BOUGHT TICKETS SAY:
"Just another Hall & Oates show....FRIGGN AWESOME! Those guys blew it out like they always do. Can't wait for the next one."
"H & O are just as animated as they were 20 years ago! Exploding on the stage playing a great variety of fan favorites."
"Loved it all. 2 encores and ending with Private Eyes - AWESOME!!"
After meeting at Philadelphia's Temple University in the late '60s, Daryl Hall and John Oates left their respective bands and joined forces as a duo, releasing Whole Oats, their first record as Hall & Oates, in 1972. Following relatively moderate success in the '70s, the band hit their stride in 1980 with Voices, which contained their first No. 1 single "Kiss on My List." 1981 follow-up Private Eyes was an even bigger success, spawning two No. 1 singles and kicking off one of the most impressive chart runs of the '80s. Named the No. 1 duo of all time by Billboard Magazine, Hall & Oates continue to perform and record, making their much-deserved entry into The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2014.