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        "Simply Christmas" Robin Harper with Marvin Goldstein  

‘Simply Christmas’ Offers Simply Delicious 
         Musical Recipe for Holiday Cheer
Christmas is a-coming and the goose is getting fat, and with it                                              
Christmas music, drummer boys, choirs, bells and other assorted accompaniment 
abound, from string quartets and French horns to orchestras and brass bands. All 
except for a sparkling new addition to the holiday music catalogue, simply called
Simply Christmas, featuring simply piano and one voice – Robin Harper’s.
Teaming up with pianist Marvin Goldstein, talented vocalist Robin is celebrating the intimacy and simplicity of 
the holidays by putting a new twist on the Christmas standards we’ll all start whistling right after Thanksgiving, including “The Christmas Song,” “White Christmas,” “Santa Baby,” and “Silent Night.”   Here’s a little sample: Robin Harper/
Simply Christmas.
“This is the time of year when music helps us renew our faith as well as our sense of fun,” Robin said.  “I 
wanted to combine the two by choosing songs close to our hearts, jazz them up a little and have a good time with them. 
And with just us – Marvin’s marvelous piano accompaniment and me – it’s like we’re in your living room, sharing an 
intimate holiday gathering with your family,” she said.
Robin has always loved to perform and has sung in church all her life, envisioning her future one day as a country singer.  Growing up in California’s Orange County, she veered away from country at one point as a member of the 
DavElliott5, a jazz vocal ensemble.  Then life happened.  A husband and family. Four kids.    Robin’s love of music has 
never waned, however, and now her life has come full circle, back to music, with this first offering of musical holiday 
cheer.
Sometimes, they say, less is more… and with Simply Christmas, no truer words were ever spoken…or sung.

‘Simply Christmas’ Offers Simply Delicious Musical Recipe for Holiday CheerChristmas is a-coming and the goose is getting fat, and with it Christmas music, drummer boys, choirs, bells and other assorted accompaniment abound, from string quartets and French horns to orchestras and brass bands. All except for a sparkling new addition to the holiday music catalogue, simply calledSimply Christmas, featuring simply piano and one voice – Robin Harper’s.Teaming up with pianist Marvin Goldstein, talented vocalist Robin is celebrating the intimacy and simplicity of the holidays by putting a new twist on the Christmas standards we’ll all start whistling right after Thanksgiving, including “The Christmas Song,” “White Christmas,” “Santa Baby,” and “Silent Night.”   Here’s a little sample: Robin Harper/Simply Christmas.“This is the time of year when music helps us renew our faith as well as our sense of fun,” Robin said.  “I wanted to combine the two by choosing songs close to our hearts, jazz them up a little and have a good time with them. And with just us – Marvin’s marvelous piano accompaniment and me – it’s like we’re in your living room, sharing an intimate holiday gathering with your family,” she said.Robin has always loved to perform and has sung in church all her life, envisioning her future one day as a country singer.  Growing up in California’s Orange County, she veered away from country at one point as a member of the DavElliott5, a jazz vocal ensemble.  Then life happened.  A husband and family. Four kids.    Robin’s love of music has never waned, however, and now her life has come full circle, back to music, with this first offering of musical holiday cheer.Sometimes, they say, less is more… and with Simply Christmas, no truer words were ever spoken…or sung. written by Nancy Sayles Organization nov 2012

 

  My critic review: "Robin Harper's jazzy, new Christmas album is just what I needed to help bring the Christmas spirit into my  life." -J. Collier