Mon, Aug 26
Show at 7:30pm
Doors open an hour before show time
Oasis is a 21+ venue. Valid photo ID is required for entry.
Isis and Isis rid the room of chode intentions while duet singing the face-melting music of Aphrodite’s Child, Black Widow, It’s A Beautiful Day, Led Zeppelin/Sandy Denny, Yoko Ono, Pentangle, Pink Floyd, Buffy Sainte-Marie, The Stone Poneys, Black Sabbath, The Ises Black, and more!
Grab your baggie full of hair and your black latex glove. Come gather around the campfire for a battle cry against the patriarchal rape heads in this ONGOING inquisition!
In the Fez Room at OASIS!
298 11th Street at Folsom St!
Doth join us campers for this exceedingly rare San Francisco gathering!
Amber Martin is a celebrated NYC/International Vocalist, Performing Artist and Comedic Monologist. Greatly inspired onstage in the traditions of Janis Joplin, Lily Tomlin, Carol Burnett and Dolly Parton to name a few, Amber has been named one of the Top Performers of the Year by The New Yorker. Onstage, Amber is a powerful vocalist with a deep love for all genres of classic American pop music, which also inspires her own original songs. Ms. Martin brings a sense of cabaret and comedy to her live, raw, genre-hopping musical performances, setting her apart from most of her contemporaries and bringing a diverse range of entertainment to her equally diverse audiences.
Just on the heels of her critically acclaimed smash solo premiere at The Adelaide Cabaret Festival, Amber was the featured special guest in John Cameron Mitchell's Australian and Korean tour of The Origin of Love, where she performed her original, Bermuda and other classics at the Sydney Opera House, Melbourne Arts Center, QPAC in Brisbane and at John's sold out run at The Sejong Center in Seoul. Ms. Martin made her Broadway debut in Tales of the City at The Music Box Theater. Some of her stand out performances include appearing with Joan Rivers on Celebrity Apprentice and opening for Joan’s live NYC shows. During a Mayoral Benefit performance, Amber brought NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio to his feet as her popular character portrayal of Reba McEntire. You can hear her belting out featured vocals on The Scissor Sisters single “Inevitable” from their album Magic Hour (co-produced with Pharrell). Ms. Martin appeared and sang with Kylie Minogue at Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library benefit. She has collaborated with comedienne, Bridget Everett on numerous duet shows. She was a featured vocalist with Sandra Bernhard at Town Hall in New York City and with Justin Vivian Bond at The Royal Music Hall in San Francisco. Amber has appeared at P.S.122’s Annual NYC Gala with R.E.M.'s Michael Stipe, and as musical collaborator for designer Rachel Comey's NYC Fashion Week show. She was a featured onstage vocalist with Pink Martini at Forest Hills Stadium. Amber has also performed at Irving Plaza, Joe's Pub, La Mama, The Boom Boom Room, 54 Below, The Wild Project, Abrons Art Center, The Cutting Room, Soho Grand and The Ace Hotel.
Amber also continues to evolve as writer, curator and star of her own performances, The Days of My Lives (Solo Artist Residency at Joe’s Pub at The Public Theater, NYC), Amber Alert!, Hi! (Best Solo Performance Drammy Award), Wigshop, Stoned Soul: In Love with Laura Nyro (Residency at Feinstein's/54 Below) and Janis:Undead (a continuing tour). She is currently touring her first original studio album, A. M. GOLD, co-written with award-winning Australian songwriter, Brett Every. A.M. GOLD was an immediate critical success, including 2 songs that will be featured in John Cameron Mitchell’s new film, How To Talk To Girls At Parties, starring Elle Fanning and Nicole Kidman.
NATH ANN CARRERA:
Described as "heavenly" (New York Times) and "wonderful, striking,” with “essayistic songs about female revenge and politics" (Hilton Als- The Paris Review), Nath Ann Carrera has had solo shows at La MaMa (‘Death To The Patriarchal Rape Heads’), Joe's Pub, Wild Project, and the Afterglow Festival (‘I Don't Want To Throw Rice, I Want To Throw Rocks: The Early Southern Gothicism Of Dolly Parton’), sings as WITCH CAMP with Amber Martin, performs with Justin Vivian Bond, opened for Martha Wainwright at City Winery, and has sung at P.S. 122, The Kitchen, Abrons Arts Center, Le Poisson Rouge, SFMOMA, MoMA PS1, Lincoln Center, and The Kennedy Center, as part of Joe’s Pub’s ‘What’s Your Safe Word?’