Remember the 80's super group 'Hall & Oates' with hits like, 'I Can't Go For That', 'Rich Girl' and 'Maneater'? Well, after their run of #1's in the 1980's, the group seemed to disapear...right? Wrong! In 2003 Daryl Hall and John Oates were inducted into the 'Songwriters Hall of Fame' Billboard Magazine had them as #15 on their list of the 100 Greatest Artists of All Time, and the #1 Duo. But for half of Hall & Oates, it doesn't end there! 'Live from Daryl's House' is a completely live set performed in Daryl Hall's Garage that began as a webcast, and has since been picked up by various TV networks including VH1.

The show features amazing music performed by Daryl, his band and musicians from all genres. Smokey Robinson, Cee Lo Green, Joe Walsh & Grace Potter just to name a few.

 As I was going through the various artists that have performed on the show, one country artist I found was Jimmy Wayne. His big country hits include 'I Love You This Much', 'Do You Believe Me Now' which went all the way to #1, and 'Stay Gone'. In 2009 he released a remake of Hall & Oates 'Sara Smile' and it garnered him an invitation to perform on 'Live From Daryl's House'. If you've never seen the show before, check it out! And check out Jimmy Wayne and Daryl Hall performing 'Sara Smile, Live from Daryl's House'