Once a month, Parklife DC brings you a new wave party at Dodge City. But on Thursday, March 8, we’re throwing our regular format out the window for a night of music dedicated to Daryl Hall and John Oates! Come out to listen to Hall & Oates all evening!
Hall & Oates began their career with their first album in 1972, but broke through with hits like “She’s Gone” from their 1973 second album, Abandoned Luncheonette.
But the gents really made it big once they refined a songwriting formula that took them way up the charts starting with Voices, their ninth studio album in 1980. They ruled the charts with subsequent records — Private Eyes (1981), H2O (1982), and Big Bam Boom (1984). Although their last record was a Christmas album in 2006, the duo remains a very popular live act, taking their tours to stadiums in the past few years with great success.
Watch the official music video for “Out of Touch” by Hall & Oates on YouTube:
We’re going to play songs from all over the career of Hall & Oates, but trust that we’ll hit the best of the lot in the prime hours — “Kiss on My List,” “You Make My Dreams,” “Private Eyes,” “I Can’t Go for That (No Can Do),” “Maneater,” “One on One,” Say It Isn’t So,” “Adult Education,” “Out of Touch,” “Method of Modern Love,” and others!
Admission for Out of Touch is free. RSVP on Facebook or simply meet us there!