Beverly Bremers (b. March 10, 1950) is a veteran singer, songwriter, and Broadway actress who became famous as a recording artist during the early 1970s. She is best known for the 1960s girl group-styled "Don't Say You Don't Remember" (1971) and the then-controversial folk rocker, "We're Free" (1972), which was banned on many radio stations.
Born in Chicago and raised in St. Louis, Missouri, she began singing and acting as a child and by age 10, was performing in talent shows after having relocated with her family to New York City. At age 13, she appeared on The Ted Mack Amateur Hour and released her first recordings at 14 on Columbia (credited to Beverly Ann). She joined the musical "Hair" early in its Broadway run and in 1970, became an original cast member of the off-Broadway musical, "The Me Nobody Knows." She then returned to "Hair" during the final phase of its Broadway run and by 1971, had begun recording for Scepter Records.
Beverly Bremers debuted in mid 1971 with "Don't Say You Don't Remember," which became a Top 20 hit on the Pop/Rock charts and made the Adult Contemporary Top 5. She had two hits the following year on both charts with "We're Free" (1972) and "I'll Make You Music" (1972). Her final charting song came in late 1972 with the Melissa Manchester/Carole Bayer Sager-penned "Heaven Help Us All" (not to be confused with the same-titled 1970 hit by Stevie Wonder) as featured in the soundtrack to the 1973 horror movie, "The Crazies."
Beverly Bremers has continued to tour and perform actively across the U.S. to the present day. Over the years, she has appeared in many TV commercials and movies and has also served as a voice-over actor for numerous radio and TV commercials, audio books, and games.
- For more info about Beverly Bremers and her current projects, visit beverlybremers.com.
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