Daryl Hall returns with sixth solo album ‘D’ co-produced by Dave Stewart

“This album is about getting to my core,” - reveals Daryl - "Break it down to the real thing, have fun, tropical reverie. And, rekindle a musical relationship with a great friend…Call me ‘D.’”
5 May 2024

Daryl Hall is set to release his sixth solo album, D, on June 21 via Virgin Music. Co-produced by Dave Stewart, a Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductee, the album comprises nine original songs, with Stewart co-writing seven. The first single, Can’t Say No to You, is already out, along with its official music video.

“This album is about getting to my core,” – reveals Daryl – “Break it down to the real thing, have fun, tropical reverie. And, rekindle a musical relationship with a great friend…Call me D”.

D marks Hall’s comeback to solo work since his 2011 release, Laughing Down Crying. In 2022, he dropped a compilation album titled BeforeAfter, featuring tracks from his solo career spanning decades.

Recorded and mixed at Stardust Studios in Harbour Island, Bahamas, D promises a fun and tropical vibe, reflecting Hall’s desire to get back to his musical core. Pre-orders for the album will begin on May 3, alongside the release of the single, and will be available on Hall’s official merch store and Target.com. Exclusive vinyl variants will be offered at independent record stores nationwide.

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Daryl Hall/Elvis Costello Tour Dates

June 2 – McMenamins Edgefield – Troutdale, OR

June 4 – Northern Quest Amphitheater – Airway Heights, WA

June 6 – Remlinger Farms – Seattle, WA

June 8 – Hayden Homes Amphitheater – Bend, OR

June 10 – Mountain Winery – Saratoga, CA

June 12 – Thunder Valley Casino – Lincoln, CA

June 14 – Santa Barbara Bowl – Santa Barbara, CA

June 16 – Cal Coast Credit Union Open Air Theatre – San Diego, CA

June 18 – Greek Theater – Los Angeles, CA

June 21 – Agua Caliente Casino – Rancho Mirage, CA

June 23 – Fontainebleau – Las Vegas, NV

July 4 – Budweiser Stage – Toronto, ON

July 6 – Ravinia – Highland Park, IL

July 8 – Masonic Temple Theatre – Detroit, MI

July 10 – The Mann Center – Philadelphia, PA

July 12 – Mohegan Sun Arena – Uncansville, CT

July 14 – MGM Music Hall at Fenway – Boston, MA

July 16 – Radio City Music Hall – New York, NY

July 18 – PNC Bank Arts Center – Holmdel, NJ

July 20 – Bethel Woods Center for the Arts – Bethel, NY

July 22 – BankNH Pavilion – Gilford, NH

July 25 – Wolf Trap Filene Center – Vienna, VA