LINKS
Biographical / Historical
  • The Official C & J Page by Frank Jason Rhoden. Check here for all the latest news, including album and tour info. [link verified 08/02/07]
  • The Chad Stuart & Jeremy Clyde page. [link verified 08/02/07]
  • F. Jason Rhoden's Chad & Jeremy Record Archive. [link verified 11/26/04]
  • Chad & Jeremy MySpace page, which includes a nice promotional video of old TV appearances and of their current stage show as well as links to other C&J videos on YouTube. [link verified 08/02/07]
  • Here is the Chad and Jeremy discussion group at YahooGroups where you can interact with other fans. [link verified 11/26/04]
  • In 2004, A special acoustic CD, The Acoustic Set, was released in the Philippines.
  • The Ultimate Band List's C & J entry with a biography and more. [link verified 05/29/04]
  • The All Music Guide entry on Chad and Jeremy. [link verified 05/28/04]
  • A brief C & J biography on the Sundazed Records site. [link verified 05/28/2004]
  • The duo is covered in Saki's Capsule History of Britpop. [link verified 05/28/04]
  • The Ark turns up on the list of 1968 works by famed producer Curt Boettcher. [link verified 05/28/04]
  • In this interview with Roger McGuinn of The Byrds, he describes how Gary Usher's expensive production of The Ark cost him his job at Colubia Records. [link verified 05/28/04]
  • The Ultimate Rock Cyclopedia entry on C & J. [link verified 05/28/04]
  • The Firesign Theater music/comedy troupe, who appeared on a bit of Chad & Jeremy's Of Cabbages and Kings album in 1967 mentions C & J in one of their chats. Their home page is Firesign Theater. [link verified 05/28/04]
  • Find out how C & J manager/producer Jim Guercio was connected with The Firesign Theater. [link verified 05/21/2000]
  • C & J are noted in Firezine is the official magazine for The Firesign Theater. [link verified 05/21/2000]
  • A Scram magazine article entitled Chad & Jeremy & LSD [link verified 05/28/2004]
  • C & J and Jim Guercio appear on The Firesign Theater Chronology Site. [link verified 05/28/2004]
  • Jim Guercio managed the duo, and he wrote Distant Shores and I'll Get Around To It When And If I Can for them, too. He also produced Blood, Sweat & Tears and was briefly one of the Mothers of Invention, as recalled in The Incredible History of the Mothers, by Frank Zappa. [link verified 05/28/04]
  • Another bit on Jim Guercio. [link verified 05/28/04]
  • Find out how Jim Guercio connects with The Buckinghams, that chart-topping 60s pop group out of Chicago. [link verified 05/28/04]
  • The duo is covered on this calendar of rock and pop events and happenings in 1964 Britain. [link verified 05/28/2004]
  • Was Jeremy romantically linked to Marianne Faithfull? That's the claim on the Marianne Faithfull entry at AmIAnnoying.com. [link verified 05/28/2004]
  • C & J are identified as among the new breed of intelligent and articulate pop stars on this page of brief Marianne Faithful interviews.
  • At the Groupie Central site, Marianne Faithfull is said to have been romantically linked with Jeremy Clyde. [link added 05/21/00]
  • Producer and engineer Britt Bacon was the musical director for Chad & Jeremy on the British Reinvasion tour of 1986-7. [link is gone]
  • Chad is identified on this list of artists who play 12-string Rickenbacker guitars. And another such list. [links verified 05/28/2004]
  • Chad's birthday is noted here. [link verified 05/28/2004]
  • David Garcia wrote in with this interesting bit: "Back a few years ago, I was listening to the BBC World Service on shortwave radio. They featured "The Return of A.J. Raffles", the Victorian-era dramas of the expert burglar and cricketer. The title role was played by Jeremy Clyde. There were a series of six half-hour radio dramas, followed by one more hour-long drama. The Raffles stories were written by E.W. Hornung, the brother-in-law of Arthur Conan Doyle (creator of Sherlock Holmes), and produced for radio by Gordon House. I still have the letter Mr. House wrote me in response to my postcard. I had mentioned Jeremy's singing career in my letter, and Gordon joked about how Jeremy still reminds everyone of that and sings around the studio all the time."
The Records / The Songs