featuring Cherry Glazerr
plus The Fantastic Foxes, Many Miles, the SFYS Jazz Ensemble, NDVRS, Dzaki Sukarno & The High Vibes
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THIS IS A FREE EVENT sponsored by The Convergence Project, AMP Concerts and Violet Crown. Register for the event and we'll also send you updates if there are any schedule changes as well as info on future free Railyard programs and events around Santa Fe and Albuquerque.
The fourth annual Oasis Festival will feature Cherry Glazerr and performances from local teen musicians, bands, and singers, including The Fantastic Foxes, Many Miles, the SFYS Jazz Ensemble, NDVRS, Dzaki Sukarno and The High Vibes.
By youth, for youth: The Convergence Project is a teen-run organization working to create opportunities and events for youth in the Santa Fe area. The events are designed, produced, promoted, and fundraised by teenage volunteers with the purpose of building community, providing creative spaces, and supporting high school artists, musicians, dancers, writers, and entrepreneurs.
Cherry Glazerr released their explosive full-length album Apocalipstick on Inauguration Day in 2017. You might think the two tumultuous years since would have driven the band toward even more explicitly topical commentary. But as singer/guitarist/founder Clementine Creevy began writing the first of some thirty songs that would make up the new Stuffed & Ready, she found unexpected inspiration by turning inward. That meant leading her band somewhere new and writing songs that would reveal aspects of herself she realized she'd once concealed.
Apocalipstick sizzled with Creevy's confidence, vision and fiercely idiosyncratic personality. Stuffed & Ready announces Creevy as a songwriter newly tempered and strengthened by coming to terms with her own uncertainty confusion and anger. It's her go-for-broke honesty that gives Stuffed & Ready its power and gravity. "I am telling my story of how I feel and where I am in life," she says. "I'm exploring my own self-doubt. I'm confused about what happiness is and I'm searching for my place in the world. With Apocalipstick, I was an over-confident teenager trying to solve the world's problems. With Stuffed & Ready, I'm a much more weary and perhaps cynical woman who believes you need to figure your own self out first."