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Shoshana Bean's Must Listen Holiday Tunes Ahead of Sing Your Hallelujah December 13

December 9th, 2021 by

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Shoshana Bean's Must Listen Holiday Tunes Ahead of Sing You…

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Broadway favorite and Billboard #1 recording artist Shoshana Bean is celebrating a worldwide Hallelujah!

On Monday, December 13, 2021, the remarkable Shoshana Bean returns live and in person at the world-famous Apollo Theatre for her holiday concert Sing Your Hallelujah. She brings this exciting holiday concert to the Apollo following a London engagement at the beloved Cadogan Hall and prior to Los Angeles' Immanuel Presbyterian Cathedral on December 18th.

For those of you who have experienced Shoshana performing live anywhere - you know this concert is bound to be an EVENT. Audiences can delight in Shoshana's extraordinary vocal stylings on your favorite holiday songs and all the while - joined by a roster of special guests that is to be believed: Tony & Olivier Award winner Gavin Creel, Tony Award nominee Daniel J. Watts, her fellow Hairspray original Broadway castmates Kamilah Marshall and Shayna Steele, tap dancer extraordinaire Ayodele Casel and Jason McGee & The Choir.

To get in the holiday spirit and to prepare for Shoshana's upcoming concert, we were lucky enough to ask Shoshana to share her favorite must-listen holiday songs that have made her holiday mixtapes year after year. Enjoy!


"Jingle Bells" by Ella Fitzgerald


"Little Drummer Boy" by The Count Basie Orchestra


"My Favorite Things" by The Supremes


"Ella, Basie, Supremes. All legendary. These three songs are part of every holiday mix I have ever made."



"Joy To The World" by Whitney Houston


"Whitney. Joy To The World. Preacher's Wife. HUGE! Her arrangement of this song fills my soul. The Preacher's Wife is a go to holiday film for me. "


"Let It Snow" by Boyz II Men


"90s FOREVER! Boys II Men are the soundtrack to my youth. Their Christmas album is essential listening."


"The Christmas Song" by Nat King Cole


"Nat's Voice IS the sound of Christmas. The tone. The phrasing. The elegance. "


"O Holy Night" by Luke Edgemon


"Nat's Voice IS the sound of Christmas. The tone. The phrasing. The elegance. "