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R.I.P Chas Hodges

It is with tremendous sadness that we announce the passing of our very own Chas Hodges. Despite receiving successful treatment for oesophageal cancer recently, Chas suffered organ failure and passed away peacefully in his sleep in the early hours of this morning.


  • edited September 22
    Nothing on the news but that has come from Chas n Daves official twitter account.

    Very said
  • RIP - did some great tunes
  • Very sad news. RIP.
  • RIP love Chas and Dave
  • Oh no - what a talented bloke he was. Sad news indeed. RIP Chas.
  • Gutted, saw C&D on numerous occasions. Even had the joy to meet the boys.

    RIP lad.
  • A musical hero of mine. Absolutely gutted
  • Saw him a couple of years back at the caterham car warehouse/building in Crayford/Slade Green
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  • RIP Chas. Legend.
  • So glad my good lady bought me tickets to see them live at the milfield theatre last year

    Proper London

    Proper British icon

    Proper legend

    Proper Tottenham.
    Tottenham Hotspur Royalty.

    Absolutely heartbroken. RIP Chas x
  • So sad, I saw them a few times and despite being known for novelty records, they were amazing musicians and brilliant live...RIP
  • How very very sad....loved C & D, always made me smile, great songs and genuinely nice people. RIP Sir, my condolences to family and friends.
  • RIP. Despite the semi comedy image he was a tremendous musician and a lovely guy by all accounts.
  • Sad news indeed,RIP Chas
    Saw them live and they were brilliant
  • RIP, a real shame. So glad I made the effort to go and see them play a couple of times in recent years, fantastic live act.
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  • RIP great character
  • Very sad news. RIP
  • RIP saw them at the Amersham Arms bout 15 years ago it was like a punk gig
  • Photographed him in 2001, HydePark, 'Proms in the Park'.
    An act I did not expect on that stage, at the end of the performance I understood why..... Superb Live Act.
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  • Gertcha and RIP.

  • RIP ...I will raise a glass to you after the game Chas
  • RIP Chas - a great musician.

    Little known fact is that he once stood in for Roger Glover on bass for Deep Purple at a concert in the early 70s. Very talented man.
  • Met them in 1982 in Bromley when they did some fundraising with my dad who was assistant director at Cystic Fibrosis Trust. I was 12 at the time. I didn’t really like their style of music but I had a soft spot for them because of that encounter. He and Dave were a lot of fun. RIP.
  • Sad news. A really talented session musician too before finding fame RIP
  • RIP Chas.
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