After an amazing run of success in the early Eighties, Daryl Hall & John Oates took a well-deserved break. While Oates tried his hand at producing (particularly Icehouseâ€™s Top 10 hit â€œElectric Blueâ€), Daryl worked on and released his second solo album, 1986â€˜s â€œThree Hearts in the Happy Ending Machineâ€. The album paired Daryl with Eurythmic Dave Stewart and found him joined by guests like Joni Mitchell. â€œThree Heartsâ€ was a mildly successful album, spawning […]
Since Money Mike’s earlier post about the mustachioed one, John Oates, made me laugh, I decided to continue with the theme.
I was listening to sports radio one evening and the host was playing Hall & Oates. Soon enough, I noticed it was their heartbreak classic, She’s Gone. The host was talking about how this song was the greatest song in its class and how it hit him in the pit of his stomach every […]
This was too good to pass up…
I recently came across an article on billboard.com that says that there is a cartoon in the works called “J-Stache”. This animated series will focus on the adventures of one of the great mustachioed men of our time, John Oates. Oates will be a mild-mannered (wait for it) FAMILY MAN (that’s a Hall & Oates song, people) who turns into a crime-fighting superhero when his mustache attracts him back […]