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Josh Groban

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You Raise Me Up Josh Groban 04:52
We Will Meet Once Again Andrea Bocelli, Josh Groban 03:55
Bridge over Troubled Water Josh Groban, Brian McKnight 04:40
The Impossible Dream Josh Groban 04:15
Vincent (Starry, Starry Night) Josh Groban 04:37
The World We Knew (Over and Over) Josh Groban 03:17
The Prayer Céline Dion, Josh Groban 04:38
Evermore Josh Groban 03:09
Now or Never Josh Groban 03:38
To Where You Are Josh Groban 03:53

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Fresh out of his high school
choir, 17-year-old Josh Groban, born February 27, 1981 in Los Angeles,
California, was plucked from obscurity by producer/composer David Foster to
duet at the 1999 Grammy Awards with Celine Dion as a replacement for the unwell
opera singer Andrea Bocelli. From that point there was no looking back as
Groban's self-titled debut album broke into the US top 10, buoyed by his guest
appearances on hit TV show Ally McBeal. Mixing classical opera with
crooning pop standards, Groban's rich, powerful voice has led to him performing
at the Superbowl, the Academy Awards and even for the Pope at the Vatican.
Propelled by an army of loyal fans, Closer (2003) and Awake
(2007) reached number 1 and number 2, respectively, in the US charts taking his
album sales to over 20 million. Closer spawned his most successful
single to date, “You Raise Me Up”, which earned him a Grammy nomination
as Best Male Pop Vocal Performance. 2007's Noël saw him top the charts
once more, and Illuminations (2010) reaching number 4, All That
(2013) and Stages (2015) continued his hot streak for
charting albums. In 2018 he released his eighth LP, Bridges. Between
collaborations with the likes of Barbra Streisand, Placido Domingo and Nelly
Furtado, he also found time to set up the Josh Groban Foundation charity and
became an ambassador for Nelson Mandela's 4664 campaign to raise awareness
about HIV/AIDS in Africa.
He returned in 2020 with Harmony, which
featured duets with Sara Bareilles and gospel superstar Kirk Franklin.