Bryna Lubin : Facts About Daryl Hall's First Wife

Bryna Lubin is one of the ex-wives of Daryl Hall. Bryna Lubin’s ex-husband Daryl Hall is an American singer and musician, who does rock, R&B and soul music. He is popular as the co-founder and lead singer for the band, Daryl Hall and John Oates( a guitarist and songwriter).

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Hall has been married and divorced twice in his life time. His relationship with women like Sara Allen and Amanda Aspinall, received more media attention and there seem to be more information on the internet.

In this article, we have all you need to know about Bryna and Hall’s four year relationship. Keep reading to be informed.

Bryna Lubin : Bio Summary

Full NameBryna Lubin
Famous asEx-wife of Daryl Hal
Date of BirthN/A
Place of Birth  United States of America
Zodiac signN/A
Children N/A

Bryna Lubin and Daryl Hall were married for four years

Bryna and her ex-husband Daryl Hall were married for only four years. There is no information on how the two former love birds met.

Bryna Lubin was actually the first wife of Daryl Hall. In order for Daryl to be able to marry Bryna, he had to join her religion. She was a Judaist, and this made the singer abandon his original religious affiliation, Methodism to join Judaism. Daryl had passing interest in other religious ideals in English occultism.

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Before joining Judaism in order to marry, Bryna, Daryl Hall had not been active in religion. He said he felt a good connection to Judaism than Methodism.

Their marriage was from 1969 to 1972. The union between the two did not produce any children. The reason for their divorce, was not disclosed to the public. Daryl’s son ”She’s Gone” was inspired by his divorce from Bryna. The song was one of the major hits of the group Tavares. The first recording session of “She’s Gone” take place on March 22, 1973 in New York City.  Later, April 30, 1973, the version we all know was recorded.

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After the divorce, Daryl moved on to be in a long relationship with English author, Sara Allen. This is the ”Sara” who inspired Daryl’s song Sara Smile. They were in a relationship for more than 30 years, but were never married. The relationship ended in 2001 due to undisclosed reasons. The two continued to friends even after their relationship ended.

Bryna Lubin and her husband after divorce

Bryna Lubin’s ex-husband, Daryl went ahead to marry for the second time to Amanda Aspinall in 2009. Amanda was the daughter of a popular gambling mogul. The couple remained married till 2015. They divorced due reasons known to only the two former couple.

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There is no information available on whether Bryna got married again or remained single.

According to some online sources, Bryna after her divorce from her ex-husband Daryl, went to work as a correspondent for Associated Press. This news is also confirmed on Hall and Oates’ official Facebook page.

Bryna Lubin’s ex-husband

Daryl Franklin Hohl is his real name, but chooses to be called Daryl Hall professionally. He was born October 11, 1946 and he is 75 years old in 2022.

As a musician, he plays the guitar and keyword. He is also a vocalist for his band. All throughout his career from 1965 till date, he has released five solo albums with many of the singles on those albums peaking on top charts, including the Billboard Hot 100.

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His five solo albums are Sacred Songs (1980),Three Hearts in A Happy Ending Machine and Classic Ballads (both in 1986), Soul Alone (1993), Cant Stop Dreaming (1996), Live In Philadelphia (2004), Laughing Down Crying (2011) and Before After (2022).

He has a net worth of over $70 million and has sold over 40 million copies of his songs. He is a well accomplished musician of this era and was ushered into the Songwriters Hall of Fame in 2004 and Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2014.

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