Check out a preview for actress and classically trained singer Kristin Chenoweth's forthcoming solo album, 'The Art of Elegance.' The new CD from the Tony Award-winning chanteuse displays the 'Bewitched' star's operatic soprano voice in a broad range of classic styles.
Dave Malloy’s musical 'Natasha, Pierre & The Great Comet of 1812,' is coming to Broadway. The musical based off of Volume 2, Part 5 of Leo Tolstoy's War and Peace, will star Josh Groban. Now, the full cast list has been announced. Check out the report below for a look at the musical.
While Josh Groban might take his career seriously, that seems to be about it. The 34-year-old native of L.A. recently joked that he will more than likely need several pairs of underpants to get through his Broadway debut in 'Natasha, Pierre & The Great Comet of 1812.' In fact, Kat Dennings' jokester of a boyfriend recently revealed that he would love to star in a raunchy foul mouthed comedy someday, but seriously doubts his management team is ever going to allow that to happen.
With his latest album, 'Stages,' consisting exclusively of songs from Broadway musicals, it seems apparent that the singer/songwriter's Broadway debut was never far from his mind, but the doesn't necessarily mean Josh Groban is excited to take on the challenge. In a recent interview the 34-year-old California native joked that despite his openly discussing the subject, the reality of taking on something like 'Natasha, Pierre & the Great Comet of 1812' seemed overwhelming to him. Groban explained, however, that he is combatting his pre-show jitters by practicing for the part relentlessly.
It's been announced that Josh Groban will make his Broadway debut in none other than Natasha, Pierre and the Great Comet of 1812, which plans to return to New York in September 2016. Directed by Rachel Chavkin, the production is an interpretation of a section of Leo Tolstoy's War and Peace.
The “Public Domain Song Concert Palooza” is not the next Bonaroo. Instead, it’s a soon-to-be fixture on the 'Late Late Show With James Corden' where Corden and Josh Groban sing songs deemed public domain. The set list includes “Ba Ba Black Sheep,” “Frère Jacques” and more.
Josh Groban and Kelly Clarkson are made for each other in their cover of "All I Ask of You" from 'The Phantom of the Opera'. Say what you will about Andrew Lloyd Webber, this PBS performance is worth a few listens. The performance initially saw light on Groban's latest album 'Stages'. He and Clarkson performed the 'Phantom' hit with ease, with Clarkson venturing into a new area with her voice.
Donald Trump is easily one of the most talked about people in the country and perhaps the world. However, his abhorrent tweeting is now the subject of a new "Jimmy Kimmel Live" short starring Josh Groban as he sings the Republican candidatess words.
International superstar, Josh Groban, was heading for an astounding eighth top 10 album of the Billboard 200 chart. His latest album, Stages, was poised to take a seat in in the top five but failed to claim its seed.
Josh Groban, Renée Fleming and Joshua Bell will all be a part of Thirteen’s Great Performance’s concert “La Dolce Vita: The Music of Italian Cinema.”
Soprano sweetheart Renée Fleming will be hosting "American Voices," a performance documentary that celebrates the best in American signing, on Thirteen’s "Great Performances" series. The 90-minute performance documentary offers an overview of the Kennedy Center's weekend-long American Voices festival, created and hosted by Renée Fleming in November 2013. This year's festival features stars and musicians from an array of different backgrounds, including Sara Bareilles, Kim Burrell, Kurt Elling, Ben Folds, Sutton Foster, Josh Groban, Alison Krauss, Norm Lewis, Eric Owens and Dianne Reeves. This event comes on the heels of Fleming’s performance of "Silver Bells" with Kelli O’Hara, which some felt fell flat of Fleming's normal performances, a mixed review of her rendition of the national anthem at Super Bowl XLVIII and an interesting interaction with Kiss at this year’s Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade. Despite the criticism, Fleming moves along with "American Voices," which allows camera crews to follow vocal masters, industry titans and emerging artist as they gather at the Kennedy Center to celebrate, explore and debate the legacy, landscape and future of American singing. The documentary will feature highlights from the festival's unique performances and educational events. Also featured are performances from the festival’s concert finale with Josh Groban, Sara Bareilles, Kurt Elling and Norm Lewis backed by the National Symphony Orchestra led by NSO Principal Pops Conductor Steven Reineke.