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Critically-acclaimed musical theater singer and comedic cabaret artist Carly Ozard presents her new cabaret show Somebody to Love: My Musical Tribute To Freddie Mercury. Carly Ozard will be "Queen For A Day", paying homage to her musical idol, and sharing historic and unknown facts about Mercury's public and personal lifestyle. Ms. Ozard new cabaret show will showcase popular songs from Queen's extensive repertoire, as well as perform solo work written by Freddie Mercury without Queen. Rare musical material and collaborations will be featured in this tribute to the rock tenor who flaunted his four-octave range, charmed his audiences, and lived his 45 years to the fullest. Ozard will be joined on stage by a three-piece combo along with special guest star Katya Smirnoff-Skyy. Musical Direction is by Joe Wicht. Somebody to Love: My Musical Tribute To Freddie Mercury will be performed for Two-Nights Only, Fri. & Sat. Oct. 22 & 23, 2010 - 10:30 pm at The Rrazz Room at the Hotel Nikko - 222 Mason St. (at O'Farrell St.) in SF 94102. Tickets are $20 + a two drink minimum. Tix Available at:

Carly relates to Mercury's flair for theatrical and dramatic performing, incorporating his work into 2 nights of inventive cabaret. Familiar Mercury selections include "I Want It All," "Don't Stop Me Now" "Somebody To Love," "Hard Life," "Days of Our Lives," "Who Wants to Live Forever?" and "The Show Must Go On" along with lesser-known treasures as "Too Much Love Will Kill You," "Love Me Like There's No Tomorrow," "Your Kind of Lover," "In My Defense" and Brian May's tender send-off for Freddie Mercury, entitled "No One But You." Carly Ozard's previous Solo Cabaret shows BITTER AND BE GAY, and BEWITCHED, BOTHERED AND BIPOLAR! have played to sold-out houses at Martuni's, and the Rrazz Room.

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