Chéri (band)

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Origin Montreal, Quebec, Canada
Genres R&B, boogie
Years active 1982-1983
Past members Rosalind Hunt
Lise Cullerier

Chéri was a Canadian female dance music duo from Montreal, consisting of American Rosalind Hunt and Canadian Lise Cullerier. In 1982 they had their only Billboard Hot 100 entry, "Murphy's Law", which peaked at #39. The song also hit number-one on the Billboard Hot Dance Music/Club Play chart and is widely remembered for its speed-up vocal chorus ("got it all together, dontcha baby").

Hunt is the daughter of Geraldine Hunt (who had her own #1 dance hit in 1980 with "Can't Fake the Feeling") and the sister of singer Freddie James (who hit #5 on the dance chart in 1979 with "Get Up and Boogie").




Year Single Peak chart positions Album
U.S. U.S.
1982 "Murphy's Law" 39 1 Cheri
"Give It To Me Baby" 53
1983 "Working Girl" 40 Love Stew
"Small Town Lover" 56
"—" denotes releases that did not chart

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