Sonny & Cher

Not in the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame

Eligible since: 1990 (The 1991 Induction Ceremony)

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I Got You Babe (1965)
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Will Sonny & Cher be inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame?
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They influenced music and clothes styles for years.....Cher has had #1 songs for 4 decades....maybe 5...I lost track. Who else can do that?

Posted by Dru on Friday, 09.28.07 @ 13:44pm


Sonny and Cher were huge in the mid 60's. They should be inducted just on the strength of "I Got you Babe". Long after we have all left this earth generations will still be listening to that song. To me, it's one of the most memorable and biggest songs of the 60's. Not to mention all of their other contributions up until they split up.

Posted by Tracy on Friday, 11.9.07 @ 08:01am


They had their own style...Sonny & Cher ..one word says it all. Since I was 11 yrs old (long ago) I've loved them both always.

Posted by Cheryl on Friday, 11.9.07 @ 16:04pm


You have been putting this off for a long time with lesser artists being inducted. What do you need a bomb to explode under your butts to get you to act on this? Or is everybody there so young that the only artists, and I use that word very loosly, that you want to induct are only Hip Hop artist? Try looking at what they have done as artists, singers, songwriter, hitmakers, fashion icons, etc, etc. Too much to list. Without them, MANY artists today AND yesterday would not even exist.
The inductment should be under "Sonny & Cher" AND "Cher".
What are you waiting for??????????????













Posted by Phil in Phoenix on Saturday, 11.10.07 @ 13:00pm


"Or is everybody there so young"

actually they're a bunch of old farts

Posted by liam on Saturday, 11.10.07 @ 14:04pm


"Baby don't go" and "The beat goes on" are two of my favorate songs. It's been 40 years and I still remember when I first heard Cher's haunting voice on "Where do you go".
Sonny and Cher (and Cher, as a solo artist) may never be inducted into the Rock Hall or the Television Hall, but they do deserve it. What is more important, we get to enjoy thier work.
So the beat does go on

Posted by Joyce on Wednesday, 11.14.07 @ 21:39pm


Sonny and Cher met in 1962, sang back-up for the Rightious Brothers and others like the Ronettes and worked hard in 1963 and 1964 to get a number one in 1965!

Posted by Mark Apple on Saturday, 11.17.07 @ 17:00pm


OK - so maybe I AM too young to get it - so would someone explain/track what their influence has been?

Posted by Sarah on Tuesday, 12.11.07 @ 15:42pm


sonny and cher should get in first then cher alone but its amazing neither one are in

Posted by jayson80 on Thursday, 12.13.07 @ 05:57am


their influence is that they were a young married couple who made their own style

Posted by JeffE on Friday, 12.21.07 @ 11:17am


These 2 have waited 2 2 long now.

Posted by Jessup@danray.com on Thursday, 12.27.07 @ 14:31pm


Sonny and Cher were the most successful husband and wife team ever since they did music, television, concerts and were bigger then life in the 60s and 70s.

Posted by Macie Ainsworth on Thursday, 01.10.08 @ 08:21am


Sonny and Cher were the most successful husband and wife team

I am not quite sure how being Husband and Wife puts them in the Hall of Fame.

They were an excellent duo who capitalized on their schtick and Cher's exotic look. They recorded some great songs and received public adoration. I don't know how the Hall of Fame will view them.

Posted by Eric on Thursday, 01.10.08 @ 09:46am


hey, they rocked. I'm 2 young for their stuff but love the clips on You Tube

Posted by heggaoyou on Sunday, 01.13.08 @ 14:38pm


I thought Cher and Sonny and Cher were in. I was amazed they weren't

Posted by Julie Jenkins on Sunday, 01.27.08 @ 10:11am


caught Cher on tv and she looked fab. Sonny would have been proud of his babe.

Posted by New Yorker 4 Life on Sunday, 02.10.08 @ 06:35am


Seeing Cher on the Grammys made me sad that Sonny is gone. They were quite a pair and had it going on for most of the 60's and 70's.

Posted by Heather C on Tuesday, 02.12.08 @ 19:05pm


Sonny & Cher were an intituion and the HOF suites them. There has never been a husband and wife team like them since.

Posted by Dallas Dan on Monday, 02.18.08 @ 09:58am


Caught a bunch of You Tube clips of Sonny & Cher and thought they were excellent. My Mom and Dad love Cher and Son + now I know why.

Posted by Sarci88 on Monday, 03.10.08 @ 06:41am


There hasn't been another singing team like the Sonny and Cher duo. They were fantastic all-around entertainers, plus having numerous hits. Too many artists are being overlooked by the powers who select and vote on them. Their influence is all the above; their music can't be duplicated or imitated. They were unique in their style, fashion, and sound.

Posted by Mariand on Wednesday, 03.12.08 @ 23:41pm


I forgot to say how much I miss the humor and charm of Sonny Bono. He was one of a kind and a fantastic comic alongside Cher.

Posted by Mariand on Wednesday, 03.12.08 @ 23:43pm


I adored Sonny & Cher in my childhood. Later I discovered their 60's music and really got into that. Sonny learned a great lesson from Phil Spector. Interesting that he was able to pick up on that style and use it as producer of his and
Cher's 60's output. I have a couple of friends in Palm Springs who worked with Sonny when he was mayor. Nothing but good things to say about him. He was really a decent guy (he did get very tired of Cher constantly berating him though). Even Deborah Harry (Blondie) whom Sonny worked with on "Hairspray" said that strangers would constantly come up to Sonny and say "Hi Sonny, where's Cher?". Debbie could tell it was tiring to him. She said if it were her and had to constantly listen to that, she'd rip her ears off.

Posted by Patti on Thursday, 03.13.08 @ 14:54pm


I don't remember them since I'm 23. I mean I know them and love them but don't remember them married or the show. 2 bad there are no shows like it now or married couples who rock.

Posted by Trishanne on Sunday, 03.16.08 @ 10:59am


Sonny and Cher did great stuff and go back to their meeting in 1962. Those 2 have never been matched as a married duo.

Posted by London Fan on Friday, 03.21.08 @ 09:10am


I forgot they got together in 1962. It was so long ago and the Cher half is so current in 2008! I just got a boxed set of their stuff and am having a ball listening.

Posted by kentuky82 on Sunday, 04.20.08 @ 08:29am


yes, sonny and cher deserve to be in and i'm sure they will b. the hall is often unfair and political. when you look at who is in and who is not you can see that. it might take another decade but finally it will happen

Posted by jjpierce on Thursday, 05.22.08 @ 07:30am


Sonny & Cher are true 60s icons and 70s icons and this hall should be where their legacy ends up. Maybe fans are what it takes to get it done but it seems like many in the hall are not as iconic as this couple.

Posted by AnnekeDutch on Tuesday, 06.10.08 @ 13:51pm


A Star-Spangled DUO!

Posted by Lucy Rialto on Friday, 07.4.08 @ 04:41am


Just read the Osborns will be the new Sonny and Cher. Glad to see a new variety show will be on but I wish it was Cher to do it.

Posted by Bradson on Sunday, 07.13.08 @ 07:31am


Nobody can B the next Sonny & CHER.
They were distinct 1960s icons. Sonny & Cher are still the only couple who have rocked and still could rock had Sonny not been killed. Thankfully his BABE is still Rocking 45-50 YEAES later!

Posted by Francois Paris Fan on Monday, 07.28.08 @ 15:08pm


i agree 'bout nobody to b sonny/cher. they were one of a kind. luv the stuff on them on you tube

Posted by 1986JayenU on Wednesday, 08.6.08 @ 07:48am


Yes, S & C were quite a pair!

Posted by Tytom7 on Sunday, 08.10.08 @ 09:47am


They knew who they were and were what they said. Sonny & Cher were major icons of the 60's and 70's music scene.

Posted by JasmineT on Saturday, 08.16.08 @ 03:58am


Caught Cher is Vegas and got the DVD pack of the old shows with Sonny and WOW!@!!!!! What fun! I'm 33 and my husband is 29 and we were too young for the Sonny & Cher variety shows but now we've seen a bunch of them and can really understand their talent!

Posted by Kyra O'Neill on Monday, 09.1.08 @ 16:22pm


Sonny and Cher should have been inducted before the Ronettes. Sigh, the Hall is such a joke, and the industry is its punchline.

Posted by chrisyew on Sunday, 10.19.08 @ 08:36am


In 1965, Sonny and Cher were the ONLY act since the Beatles to have five songs in the top twenty at one time: 'I Got You Babe,'(#1)'Baby Don't Go'(#8)'Laugh At Me,'(#10)(Sonny)'All I Really Want To Do'(#15)(Cher)and'Just You'(#20.)They were also the first rock act to make a film where they play themselves in the style of 'A Hard Day's Night,' with 'Good Times'(1966), which was not the typical 'beach party/go-go dancer flick'of the day. The film proved to be a predecessor to their classic 70's variety series. It appears that Sonny and Cher suffer the same fate as the Monkees and Paul Revere and the Raiders: image. Rolling Stone magazine-types think they wrote the book on 'cool.'

Posted by Joseph W. Giannini on Monday, 11.24.08 @ 09:45am


It appears that Sonny and Cher suffer the same fate as the Monkees and Paul Revere and the Raiders: image. Rolling Stone magazine-types think they wrote the book on 'cool.'

Posted by Joseph W. Giannini on Monday, 11.24.08 @ 09:45am

So true then they put in Madonna ,U2 and the Ventures what a joke..!!

Posted by mrxyz on Monday, 11.24.08 @ 10:11am


Mr. Giannini said about Sonny & Cher: 'They were also the first rock act to make a film where they play themselves in the style of 'A Hard Day's Night,' with 'Good Times'(1966), which was not the typical 'beach party/go-go dancer flick'of the day.'

Wouldn't the Beatles have been the 'first rock act' to play themselves in the style of 'A Hard Day's Night'?

Posted by Paul in KY on Monday, 11.24.08 @ 11:24am


Mr. Giannini said about Sonny & Cher: 'They were also the first rock act to make a film where they play themselves in the style of 'A Hard Day's Night,' with 'Good Times'(1966), which was not the typical 'beach party/go-go dancer flick'of the day.'

Wouldn't the Beatles have been the 'first rock act' to play themselves in the style of 'A Hard Day's Night'?

Posted by Paul in KY on Monday, 11.24.08 @ 11:24am
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It is said that Elvis was supposed to be playing himself in essence in the 57 film "Loving You". It's supposed to be at least semi-autobiographical. Whether anyone actually thinks so is a whole 'nother story.

Posted by Cheesecrop on Monday, 11.24.08 @ 18:34pm


Sonny and Cher had a whopping amount of hits; I Got You Babe, Little Man, All I Ever Need Is You, The Beat Goes On, Baby Don't Go, A Cowboys Work Is Never Done, Sing C'est La Vie, Just You, But You're Mine, What Now My Love, every single one of those tracks reached the top 20 in parts of the globe! Lets not forget their huge albums; Look At Us, All I Ever Need Is You, Live In Las Vegas Volume 1, they were all certified gold! They had top tens as solo artists, and had many hit television shows between them, most notably The Sonny and Cher Comedy Hour. Hit shows, hit singles, hit albums, they were the ultimate husband and wife hit makers!

Posted by Daniel on Tuesday, 12.16.08 @ 15:43pm


The moment they inducted Madonna I breathed a very negative sigh because I felt they totally overlooked Cher, who (for all practical purposes) INVENTED Madonna's act DURING PRIMETIME in all our living rooms across America. Those provocative innovations (people my age will remember the big hullabaloo over her belly button during the "family hour") along with many top 10 hits should have propelled Cher into the Rock Hall the very first year she was eligible. Strangely, she's not even ON this list as a solo performer, but as half of Sonny & Cher. I realize Sonny Bono is the one who had the vision resposible for making Cher the star she became, so maybe they SHOULD be inducted that way - as Sonny & Cher, although that completely robs Cher of the recognition she deserves as a solo artist who continued to top the charts many, many years after Sonny was completely out her life/career. The same should be pointed out with regard to Tina Turner, who also deserved to be inducted BEFORE Madonna. Unfortunately, there's also the "Ike & Tina" thing to be reckoned with. Maybe it's this duality that's keeping both mega-stars out of the Hall.

Posted by Vince on Sunday, 03.15.09 @ 21:31pm


This was the duo of folk rock and the post Phil Spector era. These two were revolutionary in their youthful contemporary way!
They were as influential on rock style and folk rock music!
Make it Sonny and Cher and Cher!
Cher has been an icon and unique rock stylist for decades. Why Madonna and no Cher??
Come on!!!

Posted by Ward on Wednesday, 07.1.09 @ 20:54pm


I hate Sonny and Cher; I have no interest in buying any of their albums or allowing anyone to talk to me about them.

But GODDAMN even I can't believe these two haven't been inducted yet. Even I, a young teenager more interested in video games, know that Sonny and Cher deserve to be in the Hall more than The Pretenders or Madonna.

Posted by Breaker on Wednesday, 09.9.09 @ 10:54am


THINKING OF TV SHOWS.. HERE IS A PAIR THAT DID IT ALL. THEY DID BETTER THAN A SHOW NAMED AFTER THEM.... THEY HAD A SHOW..! AN NO RRHOF...?? Hmmm lots of hits,, Made it through the 60's AND BEYOND just about everything a RRHOF WOULD NEED ..?

Posted by mrxyz on Friday, 10.30.09 @ 18:40pm


happens with Cher, Bette Midler, Liza Minnelli, Pet Shop Boys, Barbra Streisand, who happens to them, what happens??? especially with Cher, more than 45 year career force, 200 million records sold certificates, winning Oscar, Grammy, Emmy, Tony, echos, cannes, Golden Globes, his farewell tour tour Reimbursement 300 million making it one of the most successful tours of the planet, that's what happens, who sees this??? are perhaps blinded by the career of a diva as Cher??? this is a pity to leave out the greatest music icon beloved by legions of fans around the world and even in spite of living proof his latest CD was issued in 2001 and sold 10 million copies, and his name still in force a show stable caesar palace, with a sellout she is an artist who deserves all the respect, for God is Cher!

Posted by sebastian on Saturday, 11.21.09 @ 19:00pm


happens with Cher, Bette Midler, Liza Minnelli, Pet Shop Boys, Barbra Streisand, who happens to them, what happens??? especially with Cher, more than 45 year career force, 200 million records sold certificates, winning Oscar, Grammy, Emmy, Tony, echos, cannes, Golden Globes, his farewell tour tour Reimbursement 300 million making it one of the most successful tours of the planet, that's what happens, who sees this??? are perhaps blinded by the career of a diva as Cher??? this is a pity to leave out the greatest music icon beloved by legions of fans around the world and even in spite of living proof his latest CD was issued in 2001 and sold 10 million copies, and his name still in force a show stable caesar palace, with a sellout she is an artist who deserves all the respect, for God is Cher!

Posted by sebastian on Saturday, 11.21.09 @ 19:00pm


WITH OUT SONNY .. IT JUST AIN'T RIGHT. THEY SHOULD OF BEEN IN YEARS AGO!

Posted by mrxyz on Saturday, 11.21.09 @ 20:26pm


Why they are not in is a mystery

Posted by mrxyz on Tuesday, 02.9.10 @ 22:41pm


What other singers had a successful tv series like Sonny and Cher?

Posted by mac on Thursday, 06.3.10 @ 08:44am


The Partridge Family?

Posted by interviewer on Thursday, 06.3.10 @ 09:30am


What other singers had a successful tv series like Sonny and Cher?

Posted by mac on Thursday, 06.3.10 @ 08:44am
Donny an Marie
Do Ho
Dean Martin
Any Williams
Nate King Cole
Mitch Miller
Monkeys
Lawrence Welk
Smothers Brothers
I am sure I have forgotten others!
Not to also Mention the Surfaris have a TV show named after their song Wipe Out..
I am sure I have

Posted by mrxyz on Thursday, 06.3.10 @ 22:12pm


Also
Sammy Davis jr
Perry Como..
Helen Reddy
Hee Haw

Posted by mrxyz on Thursday, 06.3.10 @ 22:34pm


YES years ago

Posted by mrxyxomg on Monday, 09.20.10 @ 21:44pm


I have been a fan of Sonny and Cher since the 60's and I always thought they should of been in the Hall of Fame before Sonny died. If they don't get into the Hall of Fame it's going to be the Hall of Shame with alot of us in this world. These two have been around alot longer than some of those in the Hall of Fame, something is wrong here.So Please vote the legends of Rock and Roll into the Hall of Fame.

Posted by G'Nell Alexander on Thursday, 11.11.10 @ 09:35am


I'm amazed that Sonny and Cher are not in the Hall . . . guess I just assumed they would be . . . at least induct Sonny's furry vest, fer pete's sake! . . .

Posted by Michael on Tuesday, 02.15.11 @ 15:30pm


Thank god that idiot mrxyz no longer comes here, Sonny And Cher before U2 is just insanity.

Posted by GFW on Sunday, 05.29.11 @ 13:20pm


It makes no sense that Sonny & Cher are not in the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame and Cher herself.

The only reason I presume she or both are not inducted is because of the Hall of Fame politics. What is the deal??

Posted by O on Monday, 01.30.12 @ 21:54pm


I just don't understand why they are not in?
I am sure they will be someday soon!

Posted by Happy on Tuesday, 03.20.12 @ 23:09pm


they will be soon

Posted by raul on Sunday, 04.8.12 @ 12:01pm


I am in shock that not only is Sonny & Cher NOT in the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame but neither is Cher as a solo act. I mean CHER????!!!!!

For 50 years Cher has done her musical thing and Cher needs induction WITH Sonny and as a solo!

You Go GIRL!!

Posted by Balletgirlmom@hotmail.com on Sunday, 06.16.13 @ 18:15pm


Why isn't Sonny & Cher in the Rock and Roll of Fame? What is taking it so long? Why do they keep being passed over for lesser known acts and singers? They've contributed a lot to music during the 60's and early 70's. Cher still continues to break records with having the most decades of #1's

Posted by Rick on Monday, 06.17.13 @ 04:03am


****SONNY & CHER****

Sonny & Cher deserve to be inducted as a duo, and Cher deserves to go in again as a solo artist. What's the problem, RRHOF ?

Posted by Bill G. on Tuesday, 07.9.13 @ 15:36pm


Amaaaaazing not having Sonny & Cher OR CHER solo in the hall. This is rather sad.

Posted by New Yorker 1982 on Wednesday, 12.18.13 @ 21:14pm


Listen to her voice on early versions of "The Beat Goes On" really, really soulful.

Posted by D. Stroy on Saturday, 01.4.14 @ 09:32am


Amaaaaazing CHER nor Sonny & Cher are in the R&RHOF. Quite sad and mad!!!!

Posted by Jamie1982 on Friday, 04.11.14 @ 21:27pm


Without Cher there would not be Madonna,Lady Gaga,She should have been in a long time ago

Posted by Gail on Sunday, 04.13.14 @ 19:51pm


Not inducting Sonny & Cher is bullcrap.

Posted by Larry Alperwitcz on Thursday, 10.9.14 @ 19:33pm


Sonny & Cher began as Caesar & Cleo waaaaaaaaay back in 1963/1964 and hit #1 in 1965. Sonny & Cher were Folk-ROCK especially in the 60's. Somehow many artists much more obscure are in.

Posted by Chrissy77 on Monday, 04.6.15 @ 15:49pm


Ina word...no.

Sure, they were entertaining and had a few hits I like, such as "All I Ever Need is You", but they were not that original and Sonny was a terrible singer. A better case could be made for Cher's solo career for its longevity alone, though that also would be a long shot. Her voice is unique and expressive, but some of her '70s song choices, like "Half-Breed" and the execrable "Dark Lady" can do nothing but work against her.

Posted by M. Scott on Sunday, 05.3.15 @ 11:17am


Scott
time fades memory's They were as big as big can get.. They inspired many One of The first boy girl /husband wife couple in the rock 60's & TV shows.. fun to watch and good music, They are rock entertainers... I love there hit tune "The beat goes on" it says it all...........

Posted by Happy on Sunday, 05.3.15 @ 15:35pm


What's wrong with Dark Lady and Half-Breed?

Posted by Roy on Sunday, 05.3.15 @ 16:05pm


My fave Sonny & Cher song was Mamma Was A Rock & Roll Singer & Papa Used to Write All Her Songs.

Posted by Dee on Monday, 10.5.15 @ 19:09pm


Ok here we are in another year and as usual no nom for Sonny & Cher. Sad but true.

Posted by Jaclyn L on Saturday, 10.24.15 @ 12:20pm


Baby Don't Go is my S&C song. Whenever I hear it I smile and it takes me back to the 1960's. I guess S&C will not get in since there is nobody to fight for them. Cher does not care nor does her management so I guess it ain't gonna happen.

Posted by JJhass on Wednesday, 11.11.15 @ 20:16pm


The HOF is so bogus it ain't funny.

Posted by Prentiss77 on Friday, 12.18.15 @ 04:59am


I think it is a travesty that Cher has not been admitted. She has pleased millions of fans for her great live shows and sold millions of albums and singles since the 60s. She's a great showman. She has had a tremendous impact on Pop culture. She is aging and has had health problems in recent years, and I think it would be just horrible if she isn't inducted during her lifetime.

Posted by Mike on Wednesday, 02.24.16 @ 14:00pm


I agree with Mike. This is sort of absurd. Here we have a duo that still is the biggest husband/wife duo of the 60's and 70's and still get zero recognition. I agree Cher needs to get in w/Sonny before she is dead.

Posted by Orca1988 on Sunday, 03.6.16 @ 21:23pm


Yup they do that allllll the time. after someone is dead they give them stuff like this. A Shame cuz our Cher and in this case Sonny & Cher deserved it eons ago and Sonny was alive back when they were first eligible.

Posted by Aliceson on Wednesday, 04.13.16 @ 17:04pm


I love their song Little Man in that cute commercial on all the time now. Sonny & Cher were so relevant in the mid 1960's and tis a shame they are still being blackballed.

Posted by Danniele on Saturday, 05.14.16 @ 08:25am


Love their Two of Us album from 1965. I got it about 10 years ago and began researching them on You Tube. Love their music and style.

Posted by inezguaterra on Thursday, 07.14.16 @ 21:39pm


The Two Of Us was and is still a masterpiece.

Posted by Chrissy Duxbury on Sunday, 08.21.16 @ 02:41am


I'd love to get outtakes and demos and live stuff of Caesar & Cleo from 1963 and 1964. Too bad Cher never really cares bout her ole stuff but I do.

Posted by la1985guitar on Saturday, 09.3.16 @ 14:36pm


Saw their Christmas Shows on GetTV from the early 1970's and loved them! Forgot how much fun they were.

Posted by kikisan on Saturday, 12.24.16 @ 19:30pm


Saw their Christmas Shows on GetTV from the early 1970's and loved them! Forgot how much fun they were.

Posted by kikisan on Saturday, 12.24.16 @ 19:30pm


I see they are in the Grammy Hall of Fame

Posted by Luis Aguilar on Tuesday, 01.3.17 @ 06:51am


OK the Grammy Hall of Fame is a start but they need the R&RHOF too!

Posted by kenelly83 on Sunday, 03.5.17 @ 05:55am


OK the Grammy Hall of Fame is a start but they need the R&RHOF too!

Posted by kenelly83 on Sunday, 03.5.17 @ 05:55am


Cher's Prayers For This World song from Cries From Syria is hauntingly beautiful. A very simple song but emotional song. It's the theme for the HBO documentary film.

Posted by ChrissyUnderwood on Thursday, 03.16.17 @ 15:38pm


The vid on You Tube is so sad. Too bad Cher never promotes her stuff. She kinda does it and forgets it. This song is perfect for AC radio and could do decent airplay on adult radio but she does not try or her label does not try. This song is very powerful and could do a lot in the AC area. By the way no other female artist from the 60s is still on tour either.

Posted by London1983 on Saturday, 04.8.17 @ 06:50am


Ya, Cher never promotes her stuff. Waaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaay back in the 60s and 70s Sonny did a great job pushing her stuff and of course their duo stuff but solo Cher usually means great work by her but no real push for it behind the scenes.

Posted by tandi on Friday, 05.19.17 @ 17:43pm


Yeh Cher doesn't promote much and has not been on tour in Europe in eons. We miss her. Sonny & Cher and of course SOLO Cher deserve to be in this silly HOF. I look at the list of who is in and for Cher to not be in is bloody sad.

Posted by EveUK on Sunday, 07.16.17 @ 00:49am


Cher is making a ton of money at Monte Carlo in Vegas and in DC at the MGM at National Harbor. The show is Classic Cher and she performs I Got You Babe with Sonny on video. Very emotional. This gal has longevity and still performs in high heels. Great show and great gal.

Posted by Sambirna77 on Monday, 08.7.17 @ 20:33pm


Their stuff as Caesar & Cleo waaaaaaaaay back in 1963/1964 is interesting.

Posted by paulo s on Friday, 09.1.17 @ 16:32pm


Cher & Future are so cute in their TV spot doing Everyday People. I You Tubed it and found the Sonny & Cher version from the early 1970's on their variety show. Fun stuff!

Posted by Janie Griffin on Monday, 10.9.17 @ 11:44am


Ya love Cher & Future in their Gap spot. Love Cher's anti-Trump Tweets. Cher & Trump share no love and have been enemies for decades. Get Cher in the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.

Posted by Luis Aguilar on Sunday, 11.19.17 @ 14:21pm


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