Like a butterfly emerging from a cocoon, Har Mar Superstar returned last fall with Dark Touches, his first album since 2004's critically acclaimed The Handler. The new Har Mar retains his defiant sexiness and uncanny knack for irresistible R&B hooks, but fans his colorful wings in the spirit of inclusion. "Har Mar has always represented the most out-there and outrageous and in your face aspects of me," says Sean Tillmann, the Los Angeles-based singer, songwriter and producer behind the Har Mar Superstar moniker. - and this IS out-there and outrageous. And wonderful.
A recent live review by SF Critic says it all: "Though Har Mar Superstar looks like a combination of John Belushi and Ron Jeremy (in his older years), as an entertainer he's more of a Justin Timberlake. Standing a mere 5'5, Har Mar Superstar has a stage presence of a giant that warrants the attention of all drunken spectators. Whether doing handstands, stripping, necking or singing within the crowdas one man, he brings more show than a gang of 80s hair band rockers. Never one to disappoint, though dressed in a poncho and jeans, Har Mar Superstar eventually, as always, removed his clothes down to his skivvies. His motto should be "Shake what your momma gave you." While it's easy to focus on his antics, which needless to say there are plenty more, his bubbly-sexualized pop song's are as delectable as Janet Jackson's nipple slip."
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