Entertainer Russell Harrison says music to him is like breathing – he’s got to do it.

Entertainer Russell Harrison says music to him is like breathing – he’s got to do it.

Whether acting in movies, MCing major international events or serenading audiences across the globe, Russell Harrison has done it all. Enjoying a successful decades long career, Russell has become one of the most recognised entertainers in New Zealand. Now he’s back with the release of his new single ‘2 Much, 2 Little, 2 Late’ featuring Tuakoi.

This reggae re-work of the soul classic by Johnny Mathis & Deniece Williams will fill you with nostalgia while making you want to get up and dance. Both Russell and Tuakoi deliver outstanding vocal performances, mixing their silky smooth polynesian voices with the soul of the 70’s.

Russell has had many notable career highlights including hosting the NZ Lotto show for 11 years, performing in major musicals, acting in local films (Mt Zion) and entertaining thousands of cruise ship passengers across the Pacific.

Stay tuned as Russell takes time out from his from his various endeavours to focus on music, his real passion. Expect to to hear a lot more from this iconic kiwi in the months to come!

Listen to the new single and discover more about Russell Harrison here – www.RussellHarrisonMusic.com

 

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