Daryl Hall is but one of the many members of the rock community stepping up during the ongoing pandemic, by offering food and bare essentials for barely any profit. Hall, who's now utilizing his Daryl's House music venue in Pawling, New York as a place to help families, explained, “We're all in this together. This is a crisis and a situation that we all need to deal with. I have trouble getting this stuff, just like everybody. I thought, 'O.K., as long as we're getting deliveries, why not help everyone out?'”
PoughkeepsieJournal.com posted how in addition to keeping 26 employees working, Hall has set up a way to help folks out during the pandemic:
In addition to offering a curbside takeout menu and delivery, the establishment is offering staples that for many people are pivotal as the coronavirus tightens its grip. Hall calls the offering the 'Daryl's House Essentials' and for $20 you can pick up curbside a gallon of milk, a dozen eggs, two rolls of toilet paper, one roll of paper towels, a loaf of whole what bread and a pound of butter.