Steve and Eydie

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Steve & Eydie
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Steve and Eydie in 1962
Background information
Origin United States
Years active1957 – present
Associated acts

Steve and Eydie is the name of an American pop vocal duet, consisting of Steve Lawrence and Eydie Gormé. They were a husband and wife team from their wedding in 1957 until Eydie's death in 2013. Both have also had separate careers as solo singers. The performer name on their duet releases was denoted as "Steve and Eydie", without the last names. Eydie was born as Edith Gormezano, while Steve's birth name was Sidney Leibowitz.

They recorded on various labels including Coral and ABC-Paramount in the 1950s, United Artists, Columbia, and RCA in the 1960s, MGM in the 1970s, and others on to the present. Their last US chart record "Hallelujah", was shown as Parker and Penny.

Their 1960 song "We Got Us" was not released as a hit single but was the title tune on an ABC-Paramount LP album. The album earned them a Grammy Award that year.

In November 2009, Lawrence embarked on a musical tour without Gormé, who stayed home for health reasons. The Steve and Eydie official website confirmed in late 2010 that Gormé was officially retired from touring, due to health reasons, and Lawrence would be touring alone from then on.[1]

Eydie Gormé died on August 10, 2013, six days shy of her 85th birthday.[2]

On June 25, 2019, The New York Times Magazine listed Steve and Eydie among hundreds of artists whose material was reportedly destroyed in the 2008 Universal fire.[3]


Year Single (A-side, B-side)
Both sides from same album except where indicated
Chart positions Album
1954 "Make Yourself Comfortable"
B-side by Eydie Gorme: "I've Gotta Crow"
Presenting Steve and Eydie
1955 "Knickerbocker Mambo"
B-side by Eydie Gorme: "Give A Fool A Chance"
"(Close Your Eyes) Take a Deep Breath"
b/w "Besame Mucho"
1959 "Sentimental Me"
b/w "You Can't Be True Dear"
Our Best To You
1960 "This Could Be The Start Of Something"
b/w "Darn It, Baby, That's Love"
113 We Got Us
1961 "The Facts Of Life"
b/w "I'm A Girl, You're A Boy"
Non-album tracks
1963 "I Want To Stay Here"
b/w "Ain't Love" (from It's Us Again)
28 28 8 3 Something's Gotta Give
"I Can't Stop Talking About You"
b/w "To The Movies We Go" (from At The Movies)
35 51 14
1964 "That Holiday Feeling"
b/w "Happy Holiday"
That Holiday Feeling!
1967 "The Honeymoon Is Over"
b/w "Together Forever"
14 Together On Broadway
b/w "Cabaret"
"Summer, Summer Wind"
b/w "Be Still"
Steve & Eydie, Bonfa & Brazil
1968 "The Two Of Us"
b/w "Mr. Spoons" (Non-album track)
33 This Is Steve & Eydie
"Dear World"
b/w "A Break At Love" (Non-album track)
"Hurry Home For Christmas"
b/w "Dedicated To Love" (Non-album track)
Christmastime In Carol and Song
1969 "Real True Lovin'"
b/w "Chapter One"
119 20 Real True Lovin'
1970 "(You're My) Soul & Inspiration"
b/w "Now I Love The World Again" (Non-album track)
21 This Is Steve & Eydie
"Did You Give The World Some Love Today, Babe?"
b/w "For All We Know"
Non-album tracks
1971 "Love Is Blue"/"Autumn Leaves"
b/w "Hi Sweetie" (Non-album track)
37 A Man and A Woman
"Lead Me On"
b/w "Tea For Two" (Non-album track)
The World Of Steve & Eydie
1972 "We Can Make It Together" (featuring The Osmonds)"
b/w "E Fini" (with The Mike Curb Congregation)
68 64 7
1973 "Feelin'"
b/w "It Never Rains in Southern California"
31 Feelin'
1979 "Hallelujah"
b/w "Broken Hearts, Broken Promises"
As "Parker & Penny"
46 Non-album tracks


  1. ^ "Steve Lawrence, minus Eydie Gorme, set for Westbury". Retrieved 9 October 2018.
  2. ^ Gates, Anita. "Eydie Gorme, Voice of Sophisticated Pop, Dies at 84". Retrieved 9 October 2018.
  3. ^ Rosen, Jody (25 June 2019). "Here Are Hundreds More Artists Whose Tapes Were Destroyed in the UMG Fire". The New York Times. Retrieved 28 June 2019.
  4. ^ Roberts, David (2006). British Hit Singles & Albums (19th ed.). London: Guinness World Records Limited. p. 314. ISBN 1-904994-10-5.

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