Josh Groban Birthday (February 27th)

Josh Groban Birthday (February 27th)

Josh Groban Famous American Singer

Joshua Winslow Groban a Grammy-nominated American singer-songwriter was born on 27th February, 1981 in Los Angeles, California. Josh Groban has throw light on his career in concert recordings and singing, although Josh Groban has affirmed that Josh Groban desires to follow musical theater in future.

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Josh Groban Early Life

Josh Groban debuted as a vocalist in 7th grade, but shortly Josh Groban took a break for some years. "I enjoyed the arts aspects, but my grades were slipping. I didn't feel that I was getting enough creative input. So I went to Bridges Academy to get my grades up to straight A's." and While at the Bridges Academy, Josh Groban took regular classes from 9:00 AM to 1:00 PM, and afterwards Josh Groban attended the theatre classes.

And in 1997-98, Josh Groban joined the Interlochen Arts Camp in Michigan, majoring in musical theater. After it, Josh Groban took voice lessons outer of school.

"I started taking music lessons on the side. I was very much into musical theatre. I had a pretty good baritone voice, so I began acting and singing in school productions."

At the age of 17, Josh Groban was introduced through his voiced coach to the Grammy-winning producer/arranger David Foster. Josh Groban worked for Foster as a trial vocalist on the series of impressive events, comprised 1999 Grammy Awards — where, as a replacement for Andrea Bocelli, Josh Groban prepared Foster's "The Prayer" with Céline Dion — and January 1999 opening ceremony of Gray Davis as a governor of California.

Josh Groban joined Los Angeles County High School for the Arts as a theater major and completed his graduation in 1999. Josh Groban attended the studying drama, Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

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Josh Groban Early Career

Then Josh Groban signed the album, Foster stated: "I love his natural ability in the pop and rock arena, but I love his sense of classics even more. Josh Groban a true musical force to be reckoned with." Consequently, under Foster’s pressure, Josh Groban initial album throws light on more classics songs such as "Alla Luce Del Sole", and "Gira Con Me".

Besides it, Josh Groban continued to perform the "There For Me" with Sarah Bright man on her 2000–2001 La Luna World Tour, featured on her "La Luna" Concert DVD. Josh Groban made his recording presentation through singing "For Always" with Lara Fabian on film disc to A.I.: Artificial Intelligence (2001). Josh Groban became occupied in several benefit shows, comprised the following: "The Andre Agassi Grand Slam Event For Children", singing along with Stevie Wonder, Robin Williams, Don Henley, and Elton John; "Muhammad Ali's Fight Night Foundation" which awarded Michael J. Fox and others; "The Family Celebration" (2001), which was co-hosted through President Bill Clinton and his spouse, Hillary Rodham Clinton, and David E. Kelley and his wife, Michelle Pfeiffer; and Michael Milken's Cap Cure event, which hoists funds for the cancer research.

Josh Groban self-titled debut album Josh Groban was unconfined on 20th November, 2001. And after some time, it went from gold to double-platinum.

On 24th February, 2002, Josh Groban presented "The Prayer" with Charlotte Church at the last ceremonies of Winter Olympics. In December 2002, Josh Groban presented "To Where You Are" and also sang "The Prayer" in a duo with Sisal Kyrkjebø at Nobel Peace Prize Concert in Oslo, Norway. Then Josh Groban joined Ronan Keating, Lionel Richie, Sting, The Corrs, and also others for the Christmas show at the Vatican in Rome, Italy. And in the year of 2003, Josh Groban presented at David Foster produced show for the World Children's Day. Josh Groban presented "The Prayer" with Céline Dion and closing moment’s song, "Aren't They All Our Children" with artists comprised Nick Carter, Céline Dion, Enrique Iglesias, and Yolanda Adams.

Josh Groban Recent Year

  • Josh Groban second album Closer, produced through Foster, was unconfined on 11th November, 2003. "What most people know about me, they know through my music. This time, I've tried to open that door as wide as possible. These songs are a giant step closer to who I really am and what my music is all about. Hence the title."
  • Josh Groban presented the song "Remember" on Troy album, "Believe" on soundtrack to 2004 animated movie The Polar Express, and also a wrap of Linkin Park's "My December".
  • On 30th November, 2004, his 2nd live DVD, Live At The Greek, was unconfined. In the year of 2004, Josh Groban presented "Remember When It Rained," reverses by a filled orchestra, at American Music Awards at where Josh Groban was selected for Favorite Male Artist in the pop category. Josh Groban and his recordings were selected for other than dozen awards in 2004 comprised World Music Award, a Grammy, Academy Award, and the American Music Award.
  • Other appearances have comprised The Ellen Degeneres Show, The Rosie O'Donnell Show, Super Bowl XXXVIII, the Rockefeller Tree Lighting, The Oprah Winfrey Show, Larry King Live, 20/20, Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade, Jay Leno, The Today Show, the Walt Disney World Christmas Day Parade, and Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade.
  • On 10th February, 2007, Josh Groban presented at 2008 Grammy Awards with Andrea Bocelli in esteem to Luciano Pavarotti.
  • On 14th April, 2007, Josh Groban admitted Idina Menzel for PBS Soundstage Taping. Josh Groban was selected for 2008 Juno Award for International Album of the Year for "Noel". On 1st July, 2007, he presented with Sarah Bright man for Concert for Diana at the Wembley Stadium. It was transmit to above 500 million homes in about 140 countries.
  • On 15th July 2008, Josh Groban presented "God Bless America" throughout the 7th inning stretch at 79th All-Star Game in New York City at the Yankee Stadium.
  • On 23rd August 2007, he presented "You Raise Me Up" on the Episode 14 of an ability show "Last Choir Standing".
  • On 29th August 2008, Josh Groban emerged on the last chapter of The Charlotte Church Show for a brief interview. And the show finished as Josh Groban presented "The Prayer" with mass Charlotte Church.
  • In December 2008, Josh Groban emerged on the Never Mind The Buzz cocks. Josh Groban presented a duo with Only Men Aloud! at Royal Variety Show at London Palladium for Duchess of Cornwall and Prince of Wales.
  • On 18th January, 2009, Josh Groban presented as a part of Presidential opening ceremony, presenting "My Country 'Tis of Thee" in duo with Heather Headley.

Josh Groban Charity

Under the leadership of his adviser David Foster, Josh Groban presented for several aid organization events that comprised Tsunami Aid: A Concert of Hope (2005), 2nd Annual Grammy Jam (2005), VH1 Save the Music (2005), Fifth Adopt-A-Annual Minefield concert (2005), The Heart Foundation Gala (2005), Live 8 (2005), and David Foster and Friends Charity Gala (2006). During 2004 tour to South Africa, Josh Groban met with Nelson Mandela; Josh Groban launched the Josh Groban Foundation to assist kids in need through healthcare, arts, and the education. Mandela appointed Josh as an Authorized Ambassador for the Mandela's Project 46664, a crusade to help lift up the Global awareness of HIV/AIDS in Africa. On 25th April 2007, he presented with African Children's Choir on American Idol's "Idol Gives Back" episode. On 2nd September, 2007 he donated about $150,000 to Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools to support music education. On 28th February, 2008 he emerged in One Night Live at Air Canada Centre in Toronto, Canada with Ry
an Dan, Bryan Adams, Jann Arden and Sarah McLachlan, in assist of Sunnybrook Hospital Women and Babies Program. And in the respect of his 27th birthday, his admirers specified to raise $27,000 in an assignment called "Raise 27". Josh Groban has referred to this endowment as "the best birthday present ever".

Josh Groban Influences and Personal Detail

Some of Josh Groban musical affections have been Steve Perry, Peter Gabriel, Radio head, Björk, Freddie Mercury and Sting. As for the verbal powers, "anyone who told a story with their songs," comprised Klaus Nomi, Luciano Pavarotti, George Hearn, and Mandy Patinkin.

Currently he lives in Los Angeles, California.

Josh Groban Discography

Josh Groban Albums

  • Josh Groban (2001)
  • Closer (2003)
  • Awake (2006)
  • Noël (2007)
  • With You (Hallmark Exclusive) (2007)
  • A Collection (2008)

Josh Groban Studio albums

  • Year Album RIAA Worldwide Sales
  • 2001 Josh Groban 4× Platinum
  • 2003 Closer 5× Platinum
  • 2006 Awake 2× Platinum
  • 2007 Noël 5× Platinum

Josh Groban CD/DVDs

  • Josh Groban In Concert - 2002
  • Live at the Greek - 2004
  • Up Close With Josh Groban (Mother's Day Release) - 2008
  • Awake Live - 2008

Josh Groban DVD Releases with additional artists

  • Sarah Bright man: La Luna: Live in Concert (DVD) - 2001 - Duet on "There for Me"
  • Enchantment (Charlotte Church) - 2001 - Duet on "The Prayer and “Somewhere"
  • Prelude: The Best of Charlotte Church - 2002 - Duet on "The Prayer"
  • Concert for World Children's Day (DVD) - 2002 - Performed "Gira Con Me," "To Where You Are," "The Prayer" (duet with Céline Dion), and "Aren't They All Our Children Anthem" as a cast.

Josh Groban Soundtracks

  • A.I. - Artificial Intelligence Original Motion Picture Score - 2001 - Duet on "For Always" (with Lara Fabian)
  • Troy Soundtrack - 2004 - "Remember" with Tanja Tzarovska
  • The Polar Express Soundtrack - 2004 - "Believe"
  • Lady in the Water (teaser trailer) - 2006 - "Mi Mancherai (Il Postino)"

Josh Groban Acting

  • Ally McBeal Season 4 Box Set 2 (DVD) - 2002 - In episode "The Wedding" Josh Groban plays Malcolm Wyatt and performs "You're Still You"
  • Ally McBeal Season 5 Box Set 1 (DVD) - 2003 - In episode "Nine One One" Josh Groban plays Malcolm Wyatt and performs "To Where You Are"