Daryl Hall gets down, hipper, cooler, in flannel with Gym Class Heroes

When The Temple News profiled Daryl Hall and John Oates, the former Temple students who became pop rock legends Hall & Oates, we mentioned Daryl Hall had been jamming with younger musicians and podcasting the experience from his upstate New York pad.

One launched last month with Travis McCoy of Gym Class Heroes made its way onto Youtube, including the building process of their version of TSOP staple “Wake Up Everybody” Check it out, and holler at our man Daryl Hall, who left Temple in the 1960s.

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Watch the two and others jam on the Gym Class Heroes jawn “Queen and I” below.

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And, their best collaboration, a cover of the Animals hit “Don’t let me be misunderstood.”

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Check out Live From Daryl’s House here.