Sammy Hagar Stars in ‘Daryl’s House’ Return

New seasons of performance shows Live From Daryl's House and Later... With Jools Holland return to Palladia on Thursday, April 30, and the network has released the slate of performers who'll feature on them.

Sammy Hagar is the first guest on Daryl's House, the long-running -- on Web and TV -- performance show, starring the eponymous creator, Daryl Hall. The opening episode, the series' 69th, was done on location at the Cabo Wabo in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico (pictured). Most of the show's episodes have featured performances at Hall's home studios or, starting last season, at the Daryl's House nightclub in Pawling, N.Y.

Here's the LFDH upcoming schedule (all airing at 9 p.m.):

Live From Daryl’s House: Sammy Hagar premieres Thursday, April 30.

Live From Daryl’s House: Ben Folds premieres Thursday, May 7.

Live From Daryl’s House: Kandace Springs premieres Thursday, May 14.

Live From Daryl’s House: Aaron Neville premieres Thursday, May 21.

Live From Daryl’s House: Kitty, Daisy & Lewis premieres Thursday, May 28.

Live From Daryl’s House: Aloe Blacc premieres Thursday, June 4.

Following LFDH at 10 p.m. is the venerable BBC Music Production series Later... With Jools Holland. In the British style, the show features five or six artists sharing the stage with host Jools Holland.

The premiere episode on Viacom-owned Palladia this season features Blur, Laura Marling, The Vaccines, Songhoy Blues, Natalie Prass, Davina and The Vagabonds and Marc Almond.

The second episode, on May 7, packs in Kendrick Lamar, Mumford & Sons, George Clinton Parliament Funkadelic, Noel Gallagher’s High Flying Birds, Mirel Wagner and Cheikh Lo.

Photo credit: Francisco Estrada.

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