May 15, 2008 19:34

Gnarls Barkley set for secret New York show

Location of the June 8 gig is under wraps - for now

Gnarls Barkley set for secret New York show
Gnarls Barkley are set to play an intimate secret show in New York City, scheduled to take place on June 8.

The show will be the 150th gig in the Myspace Secret Shows series, which have been taking place internationally since 2006.

Last week’s tiny Neil Diamond show at The Bitter End in New York was one such show, and artists from The Cure to Justice have all played the series so far.

Details of Gnarls Barkley’s show location remain under wraps, but stay tuned to NME.COM for details on how to get tickets to this exclusive, free event.

Gnarls Barkley are currently supporting the release of their album ‘The Odd Couple’ which they released in March, several weeks earlier than the scheduled release date.

--By our New York staff.
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