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Origin: Montréal, Québec, 🇨🇦

Chéri was a Canadian female dance music duo from Montreal, consisting of Rosalind Milligan Hunt (Freddie James' sister and Geraldine Hunt's daughter) and Amy Roslyn who replaced Lyn Cullerier after she left the duo after the "Murphy's Law" single release in 1982. They released two albums before breaking up. They had one Billboard top 40 hit, "Murphy's Law", in 1982.

Friends Hunt and Cullerier began singing together at the suggestion of Hunt's mother, singer Geraldine Hunt. Calling their duo Chéri, in 1982 they recorded a single, "Murphy's Law", which became their only Billboard Hot 100 entry, peaking at #39. The song also hit number-one on the Billboard Hot Dance Music/Club Play chart and is notable for its speed-up vocal chorus ("got it all together, dontcha baby"). The song was written by Geraldine Hunt and Daniel Joseph, and released on Venture Records.

Chéri continued to record, following up with another single "Give It to Me Baby", and also that year released an album, Murphy's Law, which included the hit single. Some of Chéri's recordings featured Amy Roslyn instead of Cullerier.

In 1983 the band released the album Love Stew through the label 21 Records.



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