Guy Chadwick, 1989
|Birth name||Guy Stephen Chadwick|
21 March 1956 |
|Associated acts||The House of Love|
Guy Stephen Chadwick (born 21 March 1956 in Hanover, Germany) is an English singer, songwriter and guitarist, best known as the frontman of alternative band, The House of Love, for which he wrote the majority of the band's material.
The son of a British Army officer, Chadwick spent his formative years at various army bases in Singapore and Malaysia before returning with his family to England aged 6. After forming his first band The Kingdoms who released one single via RCA and whom he'd later describe as "dreadful", Chadwick met guitarist Terry Bickers in 1987 through an advert and formed The House Of Love who released their debut album in 1989.
Following the departure of Bickers, the House of Love eventually split in 1993 and Chadwick re-appeared as a solo artist in 1997 and released the album Lazy Soft and Slow in 1998.
The House of Love reunited in 2003. They went on to tour throughout the UK. Ireland and Sweden, and released an album, Days Run Away in 2005. The band's self-titled debut album was reissued in 2007.
- "The re-formed House of Love". The Guardian (London). 8 February 2005.
- Kellman, Andy. "Biography: Guy Chadwick". AMG. Retrieved 15 May 2010.
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