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JEREMY CLYDE of Chad & Jeremy

January 27 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm


We will open at 5, and are serving food.

Click on Buy tickets to get yourself some. Can also buy in person at the Carpe.

JEREMY CLYDE of Chad & Jeremy apparently enjoyed his visit here in August. He and his Bottom Drawer Band are back with a new show for 2020, presenting 1960s Chad & Jeremy classics, deep cuts from the psychedelic years, and songs from Jeremy’s ‘Bottom Drawer’ project. Featuring Emeen Zarookian on lead guitar, Sage Etters on cello, and Kaitlin Wolfberg on violin.
Clyde celebrates the release of his new CD, “The Bottom Drawer Sessions No. 5” with a special concert event highlighting songs from all five volumes of “The Bottom Drawer Sessions”. 

The first of Chad Stuart & Jeremy Clyde’s 14 U.S. chart hits was “Yesterday’s Gone”, followed by “A Summer Song”, “Willow Weep for Me”, “If I Loved You”, and “Before and After”. TV appearances included “Shindig”, “Hullabaloo”, “The Patty Duke Show”, “The Dick Van Dyke Show” and “Batman”. 

Their musical adventure-and evolution-continued with the hits “Distant Shores” and “You Are She”, from late 1966, but they turned a corner with the September 25, 1966 LP release ‘of cabbages and kings”. Looking back at the classic album, AllMusic guide says “Stuart and Clyde were gifted songwriters who could work outside the standard pop framework of the day, and Stuart (who orchestrated the album) was a talented and imaginative arranger who gives the material a sound that’s both rich and intimate. “

That songwriting gift never left Jeremy Clyde, through decades of off and on touring with Chad & Jeremy and on and on acting on British television, including “Downton Abbey”, and the stages of London’s West End. With the 2014 release of  “The Bottom Drawer Sessions No. 1”, 2016’s “The Bottom Drawer Sessions No. 2”, spring 2017’s, “The Bottom Drawer Sessions No. 3”, spring 2018’s “The Bottom Drawer Sessions No. 4”, spring 2019’s “The Bottom Drawer Sessions No. 5”, , Jeremy Clyde has –with more than 50 sweeping, evocative, inspired recordings- officially reclaimed the songwriter’s title.


January 27
7:00 pm - 9:00 pm