Sam Sparro announces New York and LA shows

He'll promote album on both coasts

Sam Sparro announces New York and LA shows
Sam Sparro has lined up a handful of shows in the US in support of his self-titled debut album, released last month via Universal Republic.

The singer will perform at the Andrew WK-owned Santos’ Party House in New York on August 5, and will then head west for two shows in Los Angeles at The Viper Room and The Troubadour on August 6 and 9 respectively.

As previously reported, the album was recorded with Paul Epworth, Richard X and Jess Rogg, and in April Sparro appeared on stage with Mark Ronson at the Coachella festival where he sang his own track ‘Black and Gold’, as well as ‘Stop Me If You Think You’ve Heard This One Before’, which he performed with KlaxonsJamie Reynolds.

The dates are:

New York, NY Santos Party House (August 5)
Los Angeles, CA The Viper Room (6)
Los Angeles, CA The Troubadour - Indie 103.1 Show (9)

--By our New York staff.
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