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The Daryl’s House show, however, is re-igniting the enthusiasm of older fans, while helping new ones to see the light.
“I wanted to show the world, and myself too, what I can do,” says Hall.
Hall says that if he has to do that, he’ll be forced to close the venue, which has hosted acts from Sharon Jones and the Dap Kings to Todd Rundgren.
Town residents — a mix of farmers and hedge funders — say the discord threatens to disrupt the area’s beloved peace and quiet.
One told Page Six: “Daryl’s new to the area — in fact, he doesn’t even live here — and this isn’t somewhere that needs disputes like this.
People are upset that now the town — which is already struggling with high taxes — has to hire a lawyer to fight this case.” They add, “We don’t want this to become the Hamptons or ‘Celebrityville.’ ” Kenneth Stenger, town special counsel, told us: “There’s not anyone I know in Dutchess County who is not incredibly proud and respectful that [the] venue is in Pawling,” and added the town wants to work with Hall.
One of Hall’s passions is restoring historic properties on both sides of the Atlantic, which is why we meet at his antique terraced house in Kensington.
Meanwhile, over in upstate New York, he also owns a sprawling upmarket estate in the Revolutionary War Georgian Colonial style, and it’s from one of its outbuildings that Hall broadcasts his internet show, Live From Daryl’s House.
Popdust: Tell us about your mom and dad—how did they meet? Darren Hall: I don't know that you'd call it a relationship…She went to a concert, he saw her and thought she was cute…that's not a new story. Popdust: Tell us about your relationship with your dad—from when you were born to modern day.Daryl and John shared apartments while attending Temple University and began collaborating musically, playing in bands together until John Oates transferred to a different school and Daryl dropped out of University in 1968/69.Both Hall and Oates continued playing music and recording with different groups.Born in Pennsylvania in 1946, and raised in the school of Philadelphia soul alongside writers/producers Kenny Gamble, Leon Huff and Thom Bell, Hall has been in the front line of American music for 40 years, but there’s a distinctly English streak running through his story.He’s now married to Amanda Aspinall, daughter of the late zoo-owner and gambling tycoon John Aspinall, and, as stepfather to March and Orson, has become a family man for the first time.