Matthew Morrison Reveals Details On New Christmas EP

Matthew Morrison Reveals Details On New Christmas EPGLEE headliner and popular Broadway star Matthew Morrison discusses his recent Broadway-themed solo release WHERE IT ALL BEGAN as well as shares first details on his new Christmas EP, A CLASSIC CHRISTMAS, as part of a new interview.

"We were just like, 'Let's kind of just knock out some Christmas songs just in case,' and we came up with six great songs and we orchestrated them - a sixty-piece orchestra played on the songs. That's why it's called A CLASSIC CHRISTMAS, because it's very classic in the way they used to record," Morrison says.

"It was just a great, wonderful experience," Morrison concludes of recording the album at legendary Capitol Records.

Matthew Morrison's A CLASSIC CHRISTMAS will be released in North American digitally on November 19, followed by a worldwide release on November 25.

For more information Matthew Morrison's A CLASSIC CHRISTMAS as it becomes available, visit Morrison's Facebook page here.

Additionally, check out my recent InDepth InterView with Matthew Morrison all about his other studio album released this year, WHERE IT ALL BEGAN, as well as much more, available here.

Also, catch Morrison tonight and every Thursday on GLEE at 9 PM on FOX.

View the new interview with Matthew Morrison about his new Christmas album and more below.


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