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Chad and Jeremy
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    (1962- )
    Recorded 'Yesterday's Gone' (1964), 'A Summer Song' (1964), 'Willow Weep for Me' (1964), 'If I Loved You' (1965), 'Before and After' (1965), 'I Don't Wanna Lose You Baby' (1965), 'Teenage Failure' (1966) and 'Distant Shores' (1966)
    Appeared in episodes of 'The Dick Van Dyke Show,' 'The Patty Duke Show' and 'Batman'
    (1962-1969, 1983-1987)
    Chad Stuart (December 10, 1943- , born in Windermere, England, birth name is David Stuart Chadwick)
    Michael Thomas Jeremy Clyde (March 22, 1941- , born in Dorney, England)
    They frequently were confused with Peter and Gordon.
    They were much bigger in the US than their native England.
    When Jeremy was unable to appear for a concert, Chad took the stage with a cardboard cutout of Jeremy.
    Jeremy is a descendant of the Duke of Wellington.
    Despite starting as a 'teenybopper' band, their last two albums, 'Of Cabbages and Kings' (1967) and 'Ark' (1968), were ambitious attempts at social commentary and psychedelic rock.
    Jeremy became a successful stage and film actor.

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