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Of the many British Invasion acts that stormed the charts in the wake of the Beatles, Chad & Jeremy possessed a subtlety and sophistication unmatched among their contemporaries, essentially creating the template for the kind of lush, sensitive folk-pop embraced by followers from Nick Drake to Belle & Sebastian. Chad Stuart (born in Windemere, England, on December 10, 1941) and Jeremy Clyde (born March 22, 1941, in Buckinghamshire, England) met while attending London’s Central School of Speech and Drama. The two became fast friends, and after Stuart taught Clyde to play guitar, they formed a folk duo as well as a rock & roll group, the Jerks. Because he graduated a year ahead of his bandmates, Clyde relocated to Scotland and performed with the Dundee Repertory Theatre.

When the Jerks dissolved, Stuart dropped out of school, studied arranging, and wrote songs with composer Russell Franks. Clyde returned to London soon after, but in the face of an actors’ strike, he resumed his music career, reunited with Stuart, and the duo landed a residency at the local coffeehouse, Tina’s. Chad & Jeremy quickly earned a fan following, and in mid-1963 composer and producer John Berry signed the duo to the small independent label Ember Records. They released their debut single, “Yesterday’s Gone,” that autumn and it entered the U.K. Top 40. Remarkably, it would prove their only British hit of any real substance.


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  • kluk_jako_buk

    They say that all good things must end some day, autumn leaves must fall...

    27 Jan 2014 Reply
  • ashdinosaur

    They're like a warm, sleepy puddle.

    31 Jul 2011 Reply
  • Rapture5212011

    Very talented & gifted performers/entertainers/singers from the 'baby boomer' generation whose great hits are still entertaining today via the digital revolution of the internet. God bless~!

    25 Sep 2010 Reply
  • CheezburgersLOL

    Glad to see more gay musicians.

    12 Sep 2010 Reply
  • Marcioivam20105

    Beautiful voices.Very good.

    1 Sep 2010 Reply
  • xp8bud

    i just love these guys......incredible

    5 Aug 2010 Reply
  • AndreaH10

    Such an underrated couple of great guys. Of Cabbages and Kings such a magical and wonderful album. Very artistic and creative also unique. There is no one else like them which makes me appreciate them so much more better. A Summer Song is one of my fav songs of all time. Thanks Last Fm!

    9 Mar 2010 Reply
  • BlueJean1951

    willow weep for me seems broken. annoying skipping and dagging ike a old tape. =(

    15 May 2009 Reply
  • beezzz

    "From A Window" is my favorite. A nice pop song with an early Beatles feel. I think it may have been written by Lennon-McCartney.

    8 Dec 2008 Reply
  • beahah

    oooohhh, they still make me want to be back in high school, wishing I looked like Dusty Springfield

    20 Aug 2008 Reply
  • starkafka

    a summer song always calms me down...

    11 Dec 2007 Reply
  • Daniel1986

    Chad & Jeremy featured in the Rushmore Soundtrack- For info on the new Wes Anderson film and soundtrack, check out: Join to be in with a chance of winning an iPod and the soundtrack

    19 Nov 2007 Reply
  • BrilliantColors

    look, the ark....

    26 Aug 2007 Reply
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  • gooses

    everyone's gone to the moon is magical.

    22 Mar 2007 Reply

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