Award-winning singer-songwriter and global superstar Josh Groban is set to play the 3 Arena in Dublin on December 16, and in association with MCD Productions, we have a pair of tickets to give away.
The multi-platinum artist and Tony-nominated actor released his latest album – Bridges – last week, and it entered the Billboard Top 200 charts at number two.
The stunning music video for Josh Groban’s new song ‘River’ has amassed over 2 million views on YouTube, and he recently went into depth about the message at the heart of the song:
“Whenever we have dark times in our lives, whether we suffer from depression, or addiction, or anxiety, or even just having a really bad day, the worst is that it feels like we are suffering alone. In a world of billions connected by social media, far too many people feel this way and while the conversation is getting better, it’s not talked about nearly enough. I hope this song and video are a reminder that it’s the simple steps, the smallest gestures, that can pull us back to the light. It’s those things for me. Find your river.”
Possessing one of the most outstanding and instantly recognisable voices, the ‘You Raise Me Up’ singer has sold over 30 million records worldwide. The 36 year-old is the only artist to have two albums to appear on Billboard’s Top 20 Best-Selling Albums List of the past decade.
In October 2016, Groban made his Broadway debut in Natasha, Pierre and the Great Comet of 1812, which Time Out New York dubbed “one of the best musicals of the decade”.
Currently, Groban appears in the Netflix series, The Good Cop, starring opposite Tony Danza.
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