The Satellite Presents
Evil Mutants & Friends with Special Guest Naomi Ekperigin
1717 Silverlake Blvd
Los Angeles, CA, 90027
Doors 6:00 PM / Show 7:00 PM
This event is 21 and over
Evil Mutants have been performing music for years. They are thrilled to be performing at The Satellite and look forward to launching a tour of the South with their unique form of country/bluegrass/folk. Drawing on the LGBT experience, Evil Mutants lend an acid sarcasm to a provincial Appalachian trope, pioneering a new genre. Drawing on Michael Martin's time as a subversive comic, musician, and popular Brooklyn writer, they blend elements of truth, mythos, and compassion into a compelling narrative tapestry. Martin curates a two-act show, which is one part stand up comedy, one part cult-music phenomena. It's a rainbow celebration for everyone!
Evil Mutants take the stage with their signature music Odyssey. Bluegrass anti-folk inspired by true stories from LGBTQ folks. Special guests (from Broadway!) take the stage with them to sing songs written by Michael Martin and Lok Hwa (Dreamworks, Planet Queer)
Evil Mutants are Michael Martin, Lok Hwa, Nathan Vuong, Zachary Beck, Mike Yarsky, and surprise guests from NYC!
Naomi Ekperigin is a New York City-based actor, stand-up comedian and writer who has appeared on VH1, MTV, and FX's "Totally Biased with W. Kamau Bell" and been published in TheHairpin.com, The Huffington Post and VanityFair.com. Most recently Naomi worked as a staff writer on season 3 of Comedy Central's hit show "Broad City" and "Difficult People," starring Julie Klausner and Billy Eichner. In 2013, she was listed as one of "7 Reasons Why SNL Should Hire a Black Woman" on Buzzfeed.com and one of "8 Black Comediennes Who are Ready for SNL" by Essence Magazine.
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