Songs played during the show include Walsh's Rocky Mountain Way and Life's Been Good, Hall's solo songs Somebody Like You and Wrong Side of History, Wrecking Ball from Walsh's latest album and an James Gang track, Funk 49/50. In between, there is conversation and dining, all, of course, at Daryl's house.
“I was a kid in the Temptones back in Philly when I first heard Funk 49,” recalls Daryl. “Joe was one of the first to take that blues-rock groove and really funk it out. He’s one of the great guitar legends, an amazing musician. I couldn’t wait to play with him.”
Joe, who clearly enjoyed the experience, was equally enthused to play with Daryl. “He’s been a favorite of mine for a long time,” he said. “And I finally wound up on the East Coast with enough time to get up to Daryl's and represent. It was great to finally play some music with him. The band's great, the production crew's great, and I totally support the home-grown concept. Hope everybody enjoys the show as much as I did.”
Live From Daryl's House started as a web-only show but has grown through the years to where it is syndicated to numerous stations around the country and also airs on Thursday nights at 11 PM (ET) on Viacom's high definition music station Paladia.