From San Francisco to Palm Springs to New York City, Carly Ozard has been singing at people’s faces in Musical Theatre and Cabaret since 2005. The Winner of The San Francisco Cabaret Competition of 2009, Carly has continued to create a variety of custom-designed shows including “Shift Happens” “Somebody to Love: My Musical Tribute to Freddie Mercury” and “Midler on the Roof!”
In San Francisco, Ms. Ozard had a residency at the Rrazz Room at the Hotel Nikko in San Francisco for five years, as well as the Eureka Theatre, Martuni’s Piano Bar, and The Octavia Lounge. She debuted at Blame it On Midnight in Palm Springs, CA in 2011.
She made her New York debut in 2011 with her tribute to Freddie Mercury at Don’t Tell Mama and later was reprised in 2013 at the Iridium. Ozard has had solo shows at the Laurie Beechman, Don’t Tell Mama, Stage72 At The Triad, The Metropolitan Room and the Duplex. Carly brought "Midler on the Roof" to San Francisco and made her debut at Feinstein's at the Nikko debut in October, 2014 and returns to debut “More Shift Happens” in August, 2016. “Midler on the Roof” became an international success after running for one month at the Red Room Cabaret in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico. Carly returns with a brand new show “I Just Can’t Cope-a-Cabana!” in November, 2016. Carly has been appearing on Thursday nights at the infamous Friar’s Club in Midtown Manhattan as part of an all star line up with Stan Gilbert and Victor Lesser.
Carly Ozard’s talents as a vocalist has wowed audiences large and small and has garnered attention from such celebrities as Lisa Lampanelli, Charles Strouse, Al Sapienza, Jeff Goldblum, Colin Mochrie, Carol Woods, and Randy Jones.
Carly produces benefits for important causes and has debut successfully at the DNA Lounge in San Francisco and at Feinstein’s/54 Below in New York. She features community talents and continuously performs and volunteers for crucial issues such as Animal Rights, Marriage
Equality, and HIV/AIDS Awareness. Carly was honored to have been a guest judge in The Voice of Vallarta in March of 2016, a community event that nurtures and coaches singers in a competitive season of vocal challenges. She was also the head judge of the Gay Pride Parade in San Francisco, in 2007. Carly falls on the Genderqueer spectrum identifying as Neutrois with a heterosexual orientation.
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