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Josh Groban

  • Born: 27th February, 1981
  • Nationality: America
  • Years active: 2001-present
  • Type: Baritone
  • Studio Albums: 6
  • Record Sales: 24 million
  • Record Label: Warner
  • Biggest Markets: America, Canada, Australia


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DESCRIPTION
Josh Groban
had a good head start in 2001 when David Foster took Groban under his wing; a massive songwriter and producer in America and Canada that has big names like Celine Dion, Andrea Bocelli, Madonna, and Whitney Houston in his curriculum vitae. Foster’s time and money were well spent when Groban became one of the biggest selling classical crossover artists in the world. In only eight years, Groban sold more than 24 million albums worldwide. Groban’s charm is in his boyish good looks, his deep textured voice and his witty personality. His first albums were strictly his baritone range, but Groban has more recently used falsetto and working his way up to the tenor range.  Groban is also very creative; he likes to play his own instruments, write songs, take artistic control over his albums and is unafraid of taking risks. If you like David Foster’s other artists such as Celine Dion, Barbara Streisand and Lara Fabian, you should like Josh Groban.

ARTICLES
Awake Album Review

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Comments  

 
#3 Katherine Heath 2013-08-21 00:03
Josh Groban's latest album is " All That
Echoes" and is very beautiful. He has toured in Europe and The UK and is now touring the US. I was fortunate enough to be able to attend a concert here and was amazed and spellbound by his creativity, vocal range, interpretation and expression of the music. He also has a sense of humor.
 
 
#2 Emma 2012-12-09 06:43
Quoting gulfwaterlady:
Have he and Jackie sung together? Both of them have brought classical crossover into the spotlight in the US.


During Oprah's final farewell episode Jackie Evancho sang the prelude for the song Somewhere Over the Rainbow which Josh Groban went on to perform. So far this is the only time they have sung together (although Jackie left the stage as Josh began to sing).
 
 
#1 Bonnie 2012-10-21 05:04
Have he and Jackie sung together? Both of them have brought classical crossover into the spotlight in the US.
 

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