Har Mar Superstar announces surprise New York gig

He will play Jane Hotel tomorrow night (August 11)

Har Mar Superstar announces surprise New York gig
Har Mar Superstar has announced a last-minute show, set to take place in New York City tomorrow night (August 11).

The singer will support the release of his new album ‘Dark Touches’ which features guest appearances from Adam Green, Neon Neon’s Boom Bip and actress Samaire Armstrong.

Har Mar, whose real name is Sean Tillman, is also gearing up for the release of the Drew Barrymore-directed movie Whip It’ in which he makes his Hollywood debut. It’s set to be released later this year.

Tomorrow night’s show will take place at The Jane Hotel, 113 Jane Street.

--By our New York staff.
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