Savannah Sly is a musician, Dominatrix, and sex worker rights advocate who resides in Seattle, WA. Savannah enjoys meeting people, rocking worlds, and spinning plates.
Hailing from Vermont, Savannah’s musical roots are in rock and outlaw country. Lyrical themes include sex, magic, power, people, and places. Musically influenced by Captain Beefheart, PJ Harvey, David Bowie, and the Beatles. Likened to Grace Slick, Kate Bush.
Savannah plays bass, guitar, ukulele, and harmonium.
Highway 99 Blues Club, Seattle
Triple Door Musiquarium, Seattle
Belltown Yacht Club, Seattle
Oddfellows Hall, Seattle
Blue Velvet Studios, Seattle
JP Music Festival, Boston
Switchback Brewery, Vermont
Savannah Sly is an advocate for sex workers rights. Sly has served as a community and coalition organizer, including for the Tech Equity Coalition through ACLU-WA. Savannah is an advisor for research and outreach at The Global Lab for Research in Action at Luskin School of Public Affairs UCLA, as well as for Woodhull Freedom Foundation. Savannah strives to advance the status of sex workers in society.