Daryl Hall is welcoming Cee Lo Green as his guest on the 52nd edition of Live From Daryl's House. The show premiers on March 15 on www.lfdh.com and March 24 on the syndicated version of the show.

In a six-song set that includes Daryl Hall & John Oates smashes One on One and I Can’t Go for That (No Can Do), as well as Cee Lo’s Grammy-winning Gnarls Barkley hit, Crazy and his own Grammy-nominated Record and Song of the Year Forget You (The F*** You version will appear on the LFDH website only), the two prove a potent combination.

Said Cee Lo of his experience doing the show: “It was very flattering to be asked, and to be in the presence of such a great guy, great talent and great voice. I feel like I’m being recognized for what I’ve accomplished. Daryl made me very comfortable, and that’s when I can do my best. Having him beside me is all the incentive you could ever ask for.”

The set also featured several originals from Cee Lo’s recent, Grammy-winning solo album, The Lady Killer, including Bright Lights Bigger City and Cry Baby. Cee Lo compared singing with Daryl to his recent performance with Madonna at the Super Bowl, which was “the biggest moment of my career.”

“Cee Lo and I performed together like we’ve been doing this all our lives,” says Daryl.

Hall is also taking his show on the road beginning April 11 in a special show that will include Sharon Jones and Allen Stone, who is the current guest on Live From Daryl's House.

The Live from Daryl’s House Nu-Soul Revue Featuring Daryl Hall and the LFDH Band is playing along the east coast including Boston, Atlantic City, Washington and New York.

"What is there to say about Daryl Hall?” commented the 24-year-old Stone. “The man is a legend. Getting the opportunity to be invited to sing with him was such an honor. I was overwhelmed at the experience to hang out with someone who has been so influential on my own career."

The tour dates:
04/11 - Montclair, NJ - Wellmont Theater
04/12 - Boston, MA - House of Blues
04/14 - Atlantic City, NJ - Music Box Borgata
04/18 - Minneapolis, MN - Orpheum
04/20 - Washington, DC - Warner Theatre
04/21 – New York, NY - Beacon Theatre