West End performer Ross Harmon, recently starring as Kurt in Heathers and soon to begin rehearsals for the West End cast of Wicked, today releases a new arrangement of Stevie Wonder’s hit song, What Christmas Means To Me.
In addition to his musical theatre career, Harmon is an accomplished singer and songwriter, and his string of self-penned pop-electronic singles released in 2021 have accrued thousands of online streams. Harmon’s new arrangement features production from Maurice Soque Jr. and mixing, mastering and additional instruments from Roberto Panovski, and will be available on all streaming platforms from Friday 9 December 2022. All streaming links available here: https://distrokid.com/hyperfollow/rossharmon/what-christmas-means-to-me
Ross Harmon today said: “What Christmas Means To Me has always been one of my favourite festive songs to sing as it’s so uplifting and catchy. Not belonging to the Christian faith means Christmas bares no real religious significance to me, yet it is such a huge part of my family and country’s culture. Songs like this highlight the happy times and the bringing together of loved ones that the festive season provides us, regardless of religion.”
Ross Harmon started self-producing annual Christmas concerts at local Northamptonshire venues at the age of 14, all in aid of local charities including Crazy Hat’s Breast Cancer Charity and Rowan Gate School for pupils with complex learning needs. Moving from the Midlands to East London has not curtailed the tradition of Ross’s annual concert, having been streamed online in 2020 and last year selling out Crazy Coqs in Piccadilly. This Christmas, Harmon is teaming up with friend Amy Di Bartolomeo (Six, We Will Rock You) and two special 2022 Drama School Graduates at Wonderville, Piccadilly on Tuesday 20 December 2022. Tickets are available here: https://feverup.com/m/121450.
Harmon trained at London School of Musical Theatre, and his credits include: Half a Sixpence (Kilworth House), Taboo 20th Anniversary Concert (London Palladium), Sunset Boulevard (Royal Albert Hall), Kurt Kelly in Heathers (Theatre Royal Haymarket), Jared/Rock in the world première production of But I’m A Cheerleader (Turbine Theatre) and Sky in Mamma Mia! (Royal Caribbean).