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peaches and herb


Over an illustrious career that has spanned close to four decades,
Peaches & Herb have established themselves as an international household
name. This dynamic duo’s reputation as a hit-maker has been firmly
etched into public consciousness, thanks to the nearly sixty records that
Have made the charts since “Let’s Fall in Love” began its fateful climb
up the charts in the early months of 1967.

Peaches & Herb’s first single, “We’re in This Thing Together” enjoyed
Modest success. Months later, St. Louis Disc Jockey, “Robert B.Q. Picked
up on the “B” side: “Let’s Fall in Love”. The song became a huge hit, and
was the first of a string of extraordinarily successful hits.

A series of 45 releases followed the “Date” label which included “Close
Your Eyes”, “For Your Love” and the smash hit song “Love is Strange”
which established Peaches & Herb as international stars.

The duet continued touring and recording through the late 60’s and in 1970
Peaches became a housewife and Herb went into law enforcement.

In 1978, after an eight-year hiatus, Herb, this time with a new Peaches, was
at it again with Polydor/M.V.P. Records. Producer Freddie Perren took the
group in the studio, and the result was the monster hit that became #4 in the
world: “Shake Your Groove Thing” in 1979.

Peaches & Herb were on top again, but not yet to the pinnacle, which occurred
in 1980 with one of the decade’s biggest hits, “Reunited”, which became #1
in the world. Their album “Twice the Fire” went gold and “Too Hot” went
triple platinum. In 1981, Peaches & Herb released “I Pledge My Love”,
which has been widely used as a wedding march and reached #6 in the world;
and in 1982, “Bluer than Blue” became another top 40 hit.

Peaches & Herb have starred on most major television shows
including Dick Clark’s American Band Stand, Soul Train,
Co-host Mike Douglas, Merv Griffin, Hollywood Squares, and
also hosted the Midnight Special.


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