Daryl Hall files for restraining order against John Oates amid lawsuit


NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WKRN) — Members of the 80s power duo Hall & Oates are involved in a lawsuit, which resulted in Daryl Hall filing for a restraining order against John Oates.

Hall filed a complaint against Oates in Nashville Chancery Court on Nov. 16 in addition to a motion for a temporary restraining order.

The court approved the motion with the restraining order to begin on Nov. 30.

Little is known about the lawsuit filed by The Daryl Hall Revocable Trust against Oates’ trust, The John W. Oates TISA Trust, and its co-trustees.

The lawsuit is referred to as a “contract/debt” suit and the documents are sealed.

Hall & Oates had planned to tour in 2020 but only managed one stop at Madison Square Garden in late February before COVID-19 restrictions led to the nation’s concert venues being shuttered.

Since the early ’70s, Oates and Daryl Hall’s brand of Philadelphia-born “blue-eyed soul” has scored six No. 1 singles on the Billboard Hot 100 chart, including “Kiss on My List” and ″I Can’t Go for That (No Can Do).” They also achieved six platinum albums and many more Top 10 singles like “Sara Smile” and ″She’s Gone.”

*The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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