Daryl Hall Net Worth
Daryl Hall Net Worth: Daryl Hall is an American singer keyboardist, guitarist, songwriter and producer who has a net worth of $40 million. Daryl Hall is a singer-songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, and producer, who achieved fame as one half of the popular duo, Hall and Oates. With Hall and Oates, he wrote and performed eleven #1 singles and released 18 studio albums. He is currently the host of his own webcast, "Live from Daryl's House", a monthly music show. Born Daryl Franklin Hohl on October 11, 1946, in Pottstown, Pennsylvania, US, he is best known for being part of the '70s and '80s duo Hall & Oates (along with John Oates). Making a name for himself in the genres of rock, R&B and soul, Hall acquired the majority of his musical knowledge at the Temple University in Philadelphia where he majored in music. During his studies he met John Oates, also Temple's undergraduate, with whom he embarked on a 40-plus year creative journey. Even though they met and first started to collaborate in 1967, the duo signed their first recording contract in the beginning of 1972. Hall successfully wrote and performed a total of eleven singles and also released eighteen studio albums as Hall & Oates member. Out of the hits that he is responsible for include "Maneater," "Rich Girl" and "I Can't Go for That (No Can Do)." Apart from his work with Oates, Hall has carried out solo projects, as well as he recorded with Robert Fripp in the late '70s. He had the chance to work on Fripp's critically praised 1979's album, Exposure, while Fripp, on the other hand, produced and performed on Hall's debut solo album that was released in 1980. Later on, Hall continued to sing lead vocals, as well as wrote or co-wrote eight Billboard songs that made it to the top ten. These include "Adult Education" (with John Oates and Sara Allen), "Sara Smile" (with John Oates), "Method of Modern Love" (with Janna Allen), "You Make My Dreams" (with John Oates and Sara Allen), "Everything Your Heart Desires", "So Close"," One on One" (with Danny Kortchmar and Jon Bon Jovi) and "Did It In a Minute" (with Janna Allen and Sara Allen). Nowadays, he hosts his own webcast in "Live from Daryl's House", which is a monthly music show.