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Tim Chad and Sherry

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Back in 2009 a group of Silver Jews and Lambchop members got together to form a new band. The Nashville residents called themselves Tim Chad and Sherry and self-released their debut album ‘Baby We Can Work It Out’ later that year, catching the attention of cult band Pavement who invited them to play at their ATP festival.
The band started off as the love child of drummer/singer Brian Kotzur. Kotzur is a man of many talents. As well as drumming for Silver Jews and fronting and drumming for Tim Chad & Sherry, he’s a long time collaborator with filmmaker Harmony Korine, writing soundtracks and even appearing as characters like ‘Buddy’ in Korine’s wild geriatric romp “Trash Humpers”. in the early 00’s he was the drummer in Silver Jews for the length of their live tenure and while on their first tour he was convinced by Pavement member, Bob Nastanovich, to let him release a 6 song EP of Tim Chad & Sherry demos, now out of print.
Tim Chad & Sherry are currently signed with London based Tirk Records. They since have recieved support from BBC 6 music DJs Gideon Coe, Lauren Laverne, Nemone and most significantly Marc Riley, who invited frontman Brian Kotzur and the rest of the band over for a live session on his show in 2013.
In March of 2013 Tim Chad and Sherry released their self titled full length on Tirk Records and followed the release with a promotional UK tour and appearance on Marc Riley BBC 6.

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