|Recalling the golden age of Harlem, New Orleans' swamps, jive's surreal fantasy and gypsy swing beats put together to an explosive dancing cocktail of old numbers and own compositions, performed by four groovy gentlemen in tuxedos.
PIERRE OMER (GUITAR,VOCALS)
JEAN PHILIPPE GEISER (UPRIGHT BASS)
CHRISTOPH GANTERT (TRUMPET)
JULIEN ISRAELIAN (DRUMS,PERCUSSION)
Pierre Omer was born in London of an indian father and swiss mother. He is a founder member of the legendary swiss funeral rock'n'roll band The Dead Brothers and played twangy & swing guitars and the accordion, he recorded and produced the first Mama Rosin album produced La Famiglia Rossi, he wrote alot of theatre music (Oskar Gomez, Frédéric Pollier and Camille Giacobino in Geneva, Meret Matter (in the Schauspielhaus Zürich, the Club 111 in Bern and SchauspielHannover ) and Louisa Merino in Madrid. He has written the score to "Casual Day", a feature film by spanish director Max Lemcke and "Ceux de la Colline" a documentary film by swiss/burkinabe director Bernie Goldblatt.
in 2013 and started his solo project and played with many musicians (Robert Butler (the Shit, Pantichrist) Roland Bucher,Christian Aregger (Blind Butcher) until he got to his final Destination PIERRE OMER’S SWING REVUE Pierre Omer sings plays guitar, accordion and piano . His music digs up american and european roots from folk to blues and from country to gypsy swing and jive in a rough and electric way from Django Reinhardt to Nick Cave and from Bob Dylan to the Gun Club! but with the backbone in 30’s and 40’s swing
Some shows: Montreux Jazz Festival (2015), Le Cirque Electric Paris (2014), Festival Stimmen France and shows on boats, castles, cabarets, circuses and punk-clubs