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Rob Harmon

Rob Harmon

Singer/Songwriter – Heber City, Utah

Rob Harmon is a singer/songwriter who delivers from the heart.  Beautiful and simple acoustic melodies are paired with his personal, occasionally gut-wrenching lyrics, to paint vivid images in the listener’s mind.  Whether playing one of his heartfelt originals or a cover that he loves, you will hear a voice that captures the emotion, the moment and the setting of that song.  Rob is an accomplished guitarist and has a lot of fun interacting with the audience when he is on stage.  In fact, it’s hard to tell who is having more fun at one of Rob’s shows, the audience or Rob!

Rob grew up in a musical family near Salt Lake City, Utah and singing came naturally from the start.  As a child, he was surprised to learn some families don’t sing all the time. His early musical memories involve listening to his Dad play guitar around the campfire while uncles, aunts, cousins and siblings sang along.

Rob’s first performance to a room full of strangers came in third grade, when he sang John Denver’s “Matthew” to a student/parent assembly on ”Back to School” night.  Later, on a rainy family camping trip, Rob’s love affair with the guitar began.  His dad showed him a handful of chords and there was no looking back.  It wasn’t long before Rob was finger-picking all of his favorite folk songs and then began writing his own.

When he became a father himself, Rob drifted away from performing and only played and sang

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  • Rob Harmon's first song performed at the 2013 Susanne Millsaps Performing Songwriter Showcase. Rob won 1st place in 2013 after being a finalist in 2012 also.

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