Eliot Lewis, keyboardist and guitarist for the legendary Hall & Oates and also a band member for "Live from Daryl's House," joined me on the air today to discuss his what he has upcoming both with Hall & Oates as well as his solo career.

I mentioned to Eliot that I had some friends over the house recently and their kids heard a Hall & Oates song come on and they went nuts! Eliot says that the reaction isn't uncommon. "They're really becoming a multi-generational band," Lewis said. Eliot said that another reason for the band's continued popularity is the success of "Live from Daryl's House."

We also talked about Eliot's career as a solo artist. Eliot has a couple new singles set to debut in the upcoming weeks.  "Tattoo" is the first song off his upcoming album and his latest tune.

If you've never seen Eliot Lewis perform, you have a few chances to see him live as Eliot will be performing as a solo artist this weekend at the Record Collector in Bordentown on Saturday night June 11 at 7:30 p.m.

Eliot will be returning to NJ in a few weeks while out on the road with Hall & Oates as well. First, they'll be performing in Camden at the BB&T Pavillion on July 10th and then again on July 12th at the PNC Bank Arts Center in Holmdel.

Listen to Eliot discuss being out on the road and what to expect from his new music.

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