Daryl Hall Net Worth

Daryl Hall Net Worth : $40 Million


An American Singer, Songwriter, Multi-instrumentalist and Producer



Source of Wealth

Producing, Singing, Song writing and Music

Years of Experience

45 years

Date of Birth

October 11, 1946


Dropped Out of Temple University of Philadelphia

Marital Status




How much is Daryl Hall Worth?

Daryl Hall is an American singer, songwriter, keyboardist, guitarist, and producer. He owns a net worth of $40 million. He was born in Pennsylvania on October 11, 1946. He is the co-founder of Hall and Oates (a musical duo), which he co-founded with songwriter and guitarist, John Oates. With this musical duo, he launched 18 studio albums and performed eleven #1 Billboard chart hit singles. Currently, he hosts his own monthly musical show, Live from Daryl’s House.

Private Fortunes

Daryl Hall is greatly active in restoring historic homes in both England and U.S. He has restored a number of historic houses, such as the Bray House located in Maine, built in the 18th century. He purchased two homes in Connecticut, built in 1771 and 1780, respectively.

Hall resides at Huckleberry Farm, one of the historic homes worth $8.75 million, situated in Dutchess County, New York. He currently records his musical webcast ‘Live from Daryl’s House’ from this house, which he renovated in order to maintain its antiqueness.

Daryl’s Ventures

Apart from working with Oates, Hall has also produced singles, like ‘Swept Away’. He starred on a number of TV shows, such as ‘Flight of the Conchords’, and ‘Howard Stern Show’. In 2007, Daryl started a monthly musical webcast called ‘Live from Daryl’s House’, which can be seen on YouTube and other internet sources. He also made a guest appearance on Z-Rock, the Independent Film Channel series.

11 Billboard #1 songs have been written or co-written by Daryl Hall, which includes Rich Girl, I Can’t Go for That (No Can Do), Private Eyes, Kiss on My List, Maneater, Out of Touch, etc. One on One, Family Man, Sara Smile, Method of Modern Love, You Make My Dreams, etc. are some of the popular songs, he has sung and written or co-written.

Some of his studio albums include Soul Alone, Three Hearts in the Happy Ending Machine, Sacred Songs, The Classic Ballads, Can’t Stop Dreaming, Live in Philadelphia and Laughing Down Crying.

In 2011, Hall gave a performance with the electronic duo “Chromeo” at the Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival.