Hall & Oates Discuss Pat Monahan Collaboration

Hall & Oates say that “Philly Forget Me Not,” a collaboration with Train’s Pat Monahan that was produced by Hall and Hall & Oates band members Shane Theriot and Greg Bleck and recorded in Charleston, S.C., and Pawling, N.Y., affirms that the Hall & Oates brand is as strong as it ever has been. “It affirms something,” Daryl Hall tells Billboard. “It confirms my feeling that the Daryl Hall & John Oates brand is as strong as it is. Pat’s on here, but everybody is saying this is a Hall & Oates record, and that’s the power of the brand and that makes me very proud because I’ve worked on that for many years. This is something I really care about.” John Oates adds that “Daryl and Pat kind of ran on that one. I jumped onto it and put my two cents in, and it’s a cool song. It’s great to have something new to play, and it’s going to sound great onstage with us and Pat doing it together.” Hall & Oates and Train are currently out on the road together. Copyright(c) 2018 RTTNews.com. All Rights ReservedLess «

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