BERU REVUE BIO
In the 1980s, Beru Revue enjoyed enormous popularity in the Philadelphia area. Vaudevillian front man Bob Beru led the rock sextet through costumed vignettes that, while sometimes politically incorrect, were always inclusive and often interactive. Subjects of religion, booze, death, and Dickensian social consciousness were all served up with a double dose of silliness and laser-like dueling guitars.
Bolstered by regional radio hits, “Hoods-A-Go Go” (On the Wall), “I Got A Job”, and “Moon River”, Beru Revue was a rolling party of excess punctuated by outlandish promotional stunts like “Sleep with the Band” and autographed hot dogs.
Featuring the soaring guitars of Greg Davis and Mark Julian Teague, original Dave’s bassist Jerry Getz, drummer Tommy Pinto and the redoubtable Buzz Barkley on keyboards, Beru Revue is excited to tap into the band’s theatrical roots and perform old and new songs in true Beruvian form. What a joy it is to whoop it up, Shall we? Whoop! Whoop! Whoop!