We Can Always Go For Hall and Oates and We Will Never Forget Philly at the Forum
From Nashville, Tennessee, songstress, Kandace Springs opened the show at the Forum for Philly's Hall and Oates and San Francisco's Train. The soulful pianist fascinated the audience with her wholesome vocals and jazzy melodies. Her track, "People Make The World Go Round," discusses controversial topics of pollution, politics, and and world news. She has been a guest on Daryl Hall's show, "Daryl House," you can catch their performance here. Her new album, "Indigo," will be released on September 5th. You can pre-order the album at kandacesprings.com. Catch Kandace Springs on tour and listen to more tracks here.
Los Angeles' historic venue, Forum, was charmed with magical live performances by legendary musicians, Hall and Oates and Train. The Philadelphia artists enchanted the audience with an array of diverse tracks from collaborative to classic and new. Patrick Monahan's angelic voice soared through the stadium as he sang tracks such as "Drops of Jupiter" with dazzling background visuals. The radiant musicians brought joy and warmth to the enormous venue. The delighted audience members grabbed their partner and lit the room with their cellphones during the touching performance of "It's Love." Catch TRAIN on tour and listen to more tracks here.
HALL AND OATES
The heart and soul of Philly graced Los Angeles' Forum with invigorating performances by music legends, Hall and Oates. They performed classic hits and collaborated on stage with Patrick Monahan of Train for songs such as, "Wait for For Me" and "Philly Forget Me Not." The artists have been touring North American together and it's a concert experience not to be missed. You can watch a preview here at their iHeartRadio concert.
Hall and Oates' memorable concert experience is due to their incredible showmanship, back to back sets, and elevating melodies with bewitching lyrics. Their "Blue-Eyed Soul" discography has a track for every experience in one's life from heartbreak to first love. The audience members at the Forum reminisced with their classic hits. They danced and sang along to each beloved Hall and Oates song such as "Out of Touch," "You Make My Dreams," "Private Eyes", and more! Daryl Hall informed the audience of the upcoming comeback of his show, "Daryl's House" which he has been working on for thirteen years. He also gave insight to notable Hall and Oates' tracks during the concert at the Forum. Catch Hall and Oates on tour and listen to more tracks here.
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