A Night to Remember

Legendary pop duo helps secure nearly $1 million to fight Dallas poverty

Legendary duo helps secure nearly $1 million to fight Dallas poverty

Daryl Hall, John Oates
Daryl Hall, John Oates Photo by JBeck Photography
Daryl Hall, John Oates, Brenda James, Larry James
Daryl Hall, John Oates, Brenda James, Larry James Photo by JBeck Photography
Ross Miller, Kara Miller, Scott Collier, Cindy Collier
Ross Miller, Kara Miller, Scott Collier, Cindy Collier Photo by JBeck Photography
Paul Rasmussen, Ashley Rasmussen
Paul Rasmussen, Ashley Rasmussen Photo by JBeck Photography
Daryl Hall, John Oates, Katie Siburt, Makenzie Stevens, Tyler Gaylor, Merritt Jay, Ella Jay, David Siburt
Daryl Hall, John Oates, Katie Siburt, Makenzie Stevens, Tyler Gaylor, Merritt Jay, Ella Jay, David Siburt Photo by JBeck Photography
Daryl Hall, Tiffany Hawkins, Brandon Hawkins
Daryl Hall, Tiffany Hawkins, Brandon Hawkins Photo by JBeck Photography
Aaron Mulvey, Carolyn Mulvey
Aaron Mulvey, Carolyn Mulvey Photo by JBeck Photography
Ray Smuland, Ken Smuland
Ray Smuland, Ken Smuland Photo by JBeck Photography
Charles DeChant
Charles DeChant Photo by JBeck Photography
Daryl Hall, John Oates
Daryl Hall, John Oates, Brenda James, Larry James
Ross Miller, Kara Miller, Scott Collier, Cindy Collier
Paul Rasmussen, Ashley Rasmussen
Daryl Hall, John Oates, Katie Siburt, Makenzie Stevens, Tyler Gaylor, Merritt Jay, Ella Jay, David Siburt
Daryl Hall, Tiffany Hawkins, Brandon Hawkins
Aaron Mulvey, Carolyn Mulvey
Ray Smuland, Ken Smuland
Charles DeChant

What: A Night to Remember featuring Hall & Oates

Where: The Majestic Theater

The 411: Lovers of the music duo Daryl Hall and John Oates packed the historic theater for an evening of nostalgic pop music. After mingling with VIPs backstage, the group performed all six of their No. 1 hits including "Rich Girl," "Kiss On My List," "Private Eyes," "I Can't Go for That (No Can Do)," "Maneater," and "Out of Touch." And while the duo had the crowd on their feet for the majority of the performance, saxophone player Charles DeChant was also a real showstopper. In addition to raising more than $900,000 for CitySquare, this annual event has already locked in Jerry Seinfeld as the featured entertainer for 2016's A Night to Remember. CitySquare fights the causes and effects of poverty through service, advocacy, and friendship in the heart of Dallas.

Who: Event co-chairs Cindy and Scott Collier and Kara and Ross Miller, Wendy and Boyd Messmann, Tiffany and Brandon Hawkins, Dr. John Siburt, Ashley and Paul Rasmussen, Carolyn and Aaron Mulvey, Tiffany and Brandon Hawkins, Ray Smuland, and Ken Smuland