Wednesday, April 24, 2013

Homer Marrs in Altadena April 27

SATURDAY, APRIL 27. SHOW @ 3:00 P.M. TICKETS: $12.00

Out Singer-Songwriter Homer Marrs Makes California Debut at The Coffee Gallery Backstage

Comedian-turned-musician Homer Marrs brings his catchy queer melodies to The  Coffee Gallery Backstage for one show only on Saturday, April 27th, 2013 at 3 p.m. This will be Marrs’s California debut, though technically he performed his “Facebook Song” on Jimmy Kimmel Live via Skype back in 2010 and that feed had to go through L.A. before hitting the airwaves, so … that still doesn’t count.
Homer Mars Solo Acoustic tickets will be $12.00 at the door. For reservations call(626) 798-6236 or visit for more information.
Homer Marrs is a Chicago-based musician, writer and actor. He released his debut EP, Prom King, last May. It was produced by JC Brooks & The Uptown Sound’s Ben Taylor and has been played on CHiRP Radio. After performing improv comedy for 14 years, including long stints with the Second City Touring Company and GayCo Productions, Marrs decided to pour all his efforts into music. The result is a bittersweet blend of catchy melodies and quirky lyrics. Since the release of Prom King, Homer has opened for Big Dipper and Jinx Titanic and the Ladykillers; performed at Seattle’s XL Weekend Bear Run; and played in Chicago at the Elbo Room, Red Line Tap, Sidetrack and elsewhere. He has had concert and video sponsorship from hirsute hookup sites and, which he finds awesome but also ridiculous.
Praise for Prom King:
“Hilarious! Download at your own risk … I’ve had his ‘Facebook Song’ stuck in my head for three days now.” –Ellen Angelico, Out & About Newspaper (Nashville)
“Nicely, Marrs ties in our personal identification with our celebrity objects of affection – ultimately making this song poignant and fun.”–
“The songs of this artist make me smile. … sly, dry wit.”–J.D. Doyle, Queer Music Heritage
As a comedian Marrs also performed at the Annoyance Theatre, iO Chicago, Zanies and the Lincoln Lodge. He is currently the Gay & Lesbian editor of Time Out Chicago, and a former staff writer for Las Vegas Magazine. At Boston College he won the Bishop Kelleher Award for Poetry, which he promptly stopped writing after graduation.

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