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      JEREMY CLYDE (of Chad & Jeremy) and KATE TAYLOR in Beacon

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      July 27, 2018

      Friday   8:30 PM

      379 Main Street
      Beacon, New York 12508

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      JEREMY CLYDE (of Chad & Jeremy) and KATE TAYLOR

      Jeremy Clyde of Chad and Jeremy celebrates the release of his new CD, “The Bottom Drawer Sessions No. 4” with a special one-night-only event at the Towne Crier Cafe, highlighting songs from all four 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...”

      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” and spring 2018's “The Bottom Drawer Sessions No. 4,” Jeremy Clyde has --with more than 50 sweeping, evocative, inspired recordings- officially reclaimed the songwriter's title.

      Born in New England and raised in North Carolina, Kate Taylor shares her dual musical heritage with brothers James, Livingston, Hugh and her late brother Alex. Her roots run deep in the soul, gospel and rockabilly sounds of her Southern upbringing and in the literate folk, pop and Appalachian stylings that comprise the balance of her family's musical legacy.

      Fronting her own band at 15, Kate signed her first recording contract with Atlantic/Cotillion records at 19 under the tutelage of her manager, legendary producer Peter Asher. That album, "Sister Kate," produced her first charting hit, a cover of Elton John's "Country Comfort," recorded with his encouragement and blessing.

      She later recorded two albums for Columbia Records, "Kate Taylor," produced by her brother James Taylor; and "It's in There," produced by acclaimed Muscle Shoals/Nashville producer Barry Beckett. Her duet with James, "The Shoop Shoop Song" from "Kate Taylor," became her next charting hit single and remains an audience favorite today.

      Kate's recent performances include the Newport Folk Festival, the WUMB/Boston Folk Festival, Sirius/XM radio and Nashville's famed Blue Bird Cafe. Kate plays regularly throughout the Northeast and at Feinstein's in New York City.

      $20 advance/ $25 at the door

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