Hall & Oates' John Oates Explores Americana on New Solo Album"It's like Dixieland, dipped in bluegrass, and salted with Delta blues."
Hall & Oates Reflect on Four Decades of Making MusicThe full interview airs Sunday (April 30) at 9 am EST on the CBS Television Network.
John Oates Has Nothing To Be Ashamed OfWith a career spanning 50 years, John Oates was bound to make some mistakes between recording hit records and performing in front of sold out arenas as one half of Hall & Oates. With the release of his memoir — Change of Seasons — Oates details a life filled with both oversight and success.
This Week In History: The Beatles, 'We Are the World,' 24-Hrs of Zeppelin, Billy Joel, and MoreThis week we take a look back at one PowerHouse Entertainment manager; the fastest number one song ever recorded; one very loooooooong playing song, and a whole lot more! ~Joe Causi
John Oates Gets Into the Christmas Spirit with New Single 'Santa Be Good To Me'Rock and Roll Hall of Famer and the famously mustachioed half of Hall & Oates, John Oates, has a brand new Christmas single and collaboration with Nashville swing band The Time Jumpers, "Santa Be Good To Me."
John Oates' Top 10 Holiday Songs of All TimeWith the holidays just around the corner, and John Oates in obvious Christmas spirit, we thought this was a great time to ask him what his personal favorite holiday songs were and to tell us a little bit about why he chose the tracks he did.
This Week In History: Steam with Garrett Scott, Carl Douglas, and Hall & Oates“Big” Jay Sorensen gives you a recap of the biggest and most interesting music news from the week; something from the 1960s, ’70s and '80s.
Minimation: John Oates on the Bonnaroo 2013 SuperjamJohn Oates and Jim James assembled a Bonnaroo Superjam for the ages.
John Oates on Hall & Oates: 'I Would Never Say Never' to a New RecordHe talks about his solo career, Hall & Oates and his 'other' duo, Garfunkel & Oates. Really!
This Week In History: "Little" Stevie Wonder, Rose Royce and Hall & OatesThis week, Big Jay highlights "Uptight (Everything's Alright)" by "Little" Stevie Wonder, Rose Royce's "Car Wash," and "Hall & Oates' "I Can't Go For That (No Can Do)."
John Oates Knows You Can't Perform Live Without Playing The HitsIf Hall & Oates had any questions regarding how a tour highlighting deep tracks might go, they got their answer from an admirer in the crowd.
John Oates' New Project Is All Thanks To Decades Of Hard Work And SuccessHis success has allowed Oates to work on music he is extremely passionate about in recent years, which led to a series on one-off singles with various artists and friends.