Chas & Dave
Chas & Dave began writing and performing songs together in 1972, having been friends since the early sixties.
They reached the top twenty in 1979 with 'Gertcha', which became a nationwide catchphrase. This was followed by 'The Sideboard Song (Got My Beer In My Sideboard Here)'. In 1980 they hit the charts with 'Rabbit', which reached No. 8 in the charts and a No. 2 record in 1982 'Ain't No Pleasing You'. This was followed by further hits 'Margate' & 'London Girls'. In 1986 they had a top six record with 'Snooker Loopy'.
They have also written title songs for TV shows ‘Till Death Do Us Part’ and ‘Only Fools & Horses’
Chas ‘n’ Dave are great musicians and know how to give an audience a good time. They have gained a cult audience of both young and old and due to public demand they are about to be seen together on stage once more.