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12/3/20 (Th.)8:00 PMAXS TV(#146) Billy Gibbons (R)
11/22/20 (Su.)10:00 PMAXS TV(#202) Ben Folds (R)
11/19/20 (Th.)8:00 PMAXS TVBen Folds (R)
11/15/20 (Su.)10:00 PMAXS TV(#103) Smokey Robinson (R)
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11/5/20 (Th.)8:00 PMAXS TVCheap Trick (R)
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10/22/20 (Th.)8:00 PMAXS TVJohn Rzeznik (R)
10/15/20 (Th.)8:00 PMAXS TVJoe Walsh (R)
10/8/20 (Th.)8:00 PMAXS TVTy Taylor (R)
10/1/20 (Th.)8:00 PMAXS TVTommy Shaw (R)
8/2/20 (Su.)9:00 PMAXS TV(#514) Sammy Hagar
7/26/20 (Su.)9:00 PMAXS TV(#513) Rob Thomas
7/19/20 (Su.)9:00 PMAXS TV(#512) Elle King
7/12/20 (Su.)9:00 PMAXS TV(#511) Patrick Stump
6/28/20 (Su.)9:00 PMAXS TV(#510) Gavin DeGraw
6/21/20 (Su.)9:00 PMAXS TV(#509) Fitz and The Tantrums
6/14/20 (Su.)9:00 PMAXS TV(#508) Aloe Blacc
6/7/20 (Su.)9:00 PMAXS TV(#507) Train
5/31/20 (Su.)9:00 PMAXS TV(#506) Darius Rucker
5/17/20 (Su.)9:00 PMAXS TV(#505) Wyclef Jean
5/10/20 (Su.)9:00 PMAXS TV(#504) Grace Potter
5/3/20 (Su.)9:00 PMAXS TV(#503) Chris Daughtry
4/26/20 (Su.)9:00 PMAXS TV(#502) Jason Mraz
4/19/20 (Su.)9:00 PMAXS TV(#501) CeeLo Green
6/23/16 (Th.)9:00 PMMTV LIVE(#408) Kenny Loggins
6/16/16 (Th.)9:00 PMMTV LIVE(#407) Grace
6/9/16 (Th.)9:00 PMMTV LIVE(#406) Daughtry
6/2/16 (Th.)9:00 PMMTV LIVE(#405) Anderson East
5/26/16 (Th.)9:00 PMMTV LIVE(#404) The O'Jays
5/19/16 (Th.)9:00 PMMTV LIVE(#403) Elle King
5/12/16 (Th.)9:00 PMMTV LIVE(#402) Wyclef Jean
5/5/16 (Th.)9:00 PMMTV LIVE(#401) Cheap Trick
10/25/12 (Th.)11:00 PMPALLADIA(#108) Train
10/18/12 (Th.)11:00 PMPALLADIA(#107) Nick Waterhouse
10/11/12 (Th.)11:00 PMPALLADIA(#106) Live At Borgata
10/4/12 (Th.)11:00 PMPALLADIA(#105) Chiddy Bang
9/27/12 (Th.)11:00 PMPALLADIA(#104) Rumer
9/20/12 (Th.)11:00 PMPALLADIA(#103) Butch Walker
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9/6/12 (Th.)11:00 PMPALLADIA(#101) Jason Mraz

9/24/12 - ???
on hiatus or fate to be determined
completed airing its current season
5 (14 episodes)
completed airing its fifth season on 8/2/20; has yet to be renewed for a sixth season
(from AXS TV's press release, March 2020) AXS TV announced today that the network is airing 14 episodes of the multi-award-winning music series Live From Daryl's House - premiering on Sunday, April 19 at 9 p.m. ET/6 p.m. PT. AXS TV has curated a roster of the popular series' episodes, highlighting an eclectic blend of artists that will appeal to the Network's diverse audience. Live From Daryl's House was created in 2007 by Rock & Roll Hall Of Famer Daryl Hall, who wanted a show where he and his talented friends could hangout and rock out in a relaxed atmosphere. The Webby Award-winning program quickly took the music world and the Internet by storm with its unique format, as Hall welcomed a new artist into his domain each week to enjoy some local cuisine and conversation, as well as an unforgettable jam session. Since that time, Live From Daryl's House has transformed into a nationally syndicated television series, attracting some of the biggest names in the industry and amassing a loyal following of fans eagerly anticipating the next new episode. AXS TV has selected 14 eclectic episodes for this special event, packed with all-star appearances and powerhouse performances. Live From Daryl's House kicks off its Network debut on April 19 with singer/songwriter/performer CeeLo Green, followed by episodes featuring folk hero Jason Mraz (Apr. 26); versatile vocalist Chris Daughtry (May 3); a Mother's Day broadcast with singer/songwriter Grace Potter (May 10); hip hop pioneer Wyclef Jean (May 17); country superstar Darius Rucker (May 31); chart-topping pop rockers Train (June 7); multi-talented musician Aloe Blacc (June 14); indie pop stars Fitz & The Tantrums (June 21); singer/songwriter Gavin DeGraw (June 28); emo favorite Patrick Stump (July 12); bluesy breakout artist Elle King (July 19); GRAMMY(R)-winning songwriter Rob Thomas (July 26); and Utah alt-rockers Neon Trees (Aug. 2).
· Daryl Hall as Host
· Daryl Hall as EP
· Jonathan Wolfson as EP
· talk show
· Sound Off Productions