Chad & Jeremy were a veteran English folk rock/pop duo consisting of Chad Stuart (December 10, 1941 - December 20, 2020) and Jeremy Clyde who became famous during the 1960s as part of the British Invasion. Formed in 1962, they are best known for such ballads as the bittersweet "Yesterday's Gone" (1964), the wistful "A Summer Song" (1964), the soothing "Willow Weep For Me" (1964), and the lovelorn "Before And After" (1965).
After disbanding in 1968, Chad & Jeremy reunited in 1982 to record the album, "Chad Stuart & Jeremy Clyde," and performed off and on throughout the 1980s. They reunited again in 2003 on a more permanent basis and performed actively through 2016. Jeremy Clyde has continued to tour and record as a solo artist to the present day.
- The New York Times remembers Chad Stuart.
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Chad Stuart And Jeremy Clyde
- A Summer Song 1964
- Yesterday's Gone 1964
(This song also became a hit for the Overlanders (1964).)
Chad And Jeremy
- Before And After 1965
- Distant Shores 1966
- I Don't Wanna Lose You Baby 1965
- If I Loved You 1965
- Willow Weep For Me 1964
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