Sonny & Cher were a 1960s/70's Grammy Award-nominated music and Emmy Award-nominated TV duo consisting of hit singer/songwriter Sonny Bono and multi-talented entertainer Cher.
Together as the most-successful husband-and-wife duo ever, they sold over 10 million singles worldwide and topped the charts in Belgium, Canada, the Netherlands, Norway, Sweden, the United Kingdom and the United States with original hits 'Baby Don't Go', 'Sing C'est La Vie', 'Little Man' and 1960's anthem 'I Got You Babe'. Their 3-million selling début album 'Look At Us' spent 8 consecutive weeks at #2 on the Billboard 200 and was one of 14 hit albums by Sonny & Cher - the epitome of "super-couple".
Later honoured with a Hollywood Walk of Fame star for television, the often-controversial tabloid-favourites - whom had undisputed significance in Phil Spector's success and the folk-rock era - also put their stamp on variety show history with their much-loved 1970's 'The Sonny & Cher Comedy Hour', which received 19 Emmy Award nominations.
Due to the late-Sonny's conspicuously-crafted hits still being re-issued and played or imitated on TV shows such as 'The Simpsons', 'Mad Men', 'The Big Bang Theory' and 'American dad!' and Cher's outstandingly-successful career still going strong in 2016 - plus son Chaz Bono's colossal amount of column inches - the beat goes on for this legendary duo....