Few pop artists of the 70s still have the opportunity of being the main act for a concert at the Bell Center. Since 1972 Daryl Hall and John Oates deliver their music like no other. Their catchy melodies with elements of soul, rhythm and blues and rock were and still are songs that have a wide appeal to a lot of people. They were able to hold their heads high in musical genres such as disco, glam rock and heavy rock of the 70s and 80s.
For this tour, Daryl Hall and John Oates and six talented musicians offered fans a look at their impressive career.
Hits like ‘Maneater’, ‘Out of touch’ and ‘Say It Isn’t So’ started off the evening to a very pleased crowd. From ‘Sarah Smile’ to their own version of ‘You’ve lost that loving feeling’, an old success of the Righteous Brothers, the audience was hooked.
It looked like the night was coming to a close when the musicians on stage came forward for a serious jam session, appreciated by everyone in attendance who kept asking for more. Thankfully things didn’t end there, as encores included “Rich Girl”, “You Make My Dreams”, “Kiss On My List” and “Private Eyes” to end off a wonderful night filled with reunion and plenty of nostalgia.
For an hour and a half, Daryl Hall and John Oates transported the crowd of almost 6,000 away from the negatives in the world and helped everyone disappear into the world of music.
Thank you Mr.Hall and Mr. Oates!