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Art of Business: Daryl's House 

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Daryl Hall's two passions—restoring antique architecture and making music—came together when the Hall of Famer took over the former Towne Crier in Pawling and made it over into Daryl's House, adding a new entry to our region's list of important yet intimate venues. Since then, the club's been winning raves for everything from the acoustics to the mac and cheese.

Nothing shines brighter than the lineup, though; Hall's eclectic taste and warmhearted leadership combine to make a gig at Daryl's House memorable for performer and audience alike, partaking of the laid-back creative spirit that fires the award-winning web TV series "Live from Daryl's House." And it doesn't hurt to have both a half-century of history to draw on and a heart for the new kids: September's lineup includes legends like John Mayall and Leon Russell, along with brunches featuring the School of Rock band.

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