Joshua Winslow Groban is a Grammy-nominated American singer/songwriter known for his mature and lyrical baritone voice. He has concentrated his career so far mostly in concert singing and recordings.
Josh Groban burst on to the international music scene in 2001 with the release of his self-titled debut album featuring the hit single, “To Where You Are.” His follow up CD “Closer” with the smash hit “You Raise Me Up” brought enormous success to the young singing sensation
Under the guidance of his mentor David Foster, Groban performed for many charity events that included VH1 Save the Music (2005), Tsunami Aid: A Concert of Hope (2005), Fifth Adopt-A-Annual Minefield concert (2005), 2nd Annual Grammy Jam (2005), Live 8 (2005), The Heart Foundation Gala (2005), and David Foster and Friends Charity Gala (2006). Inspired by a visit with Nelson Mandela during a 2004 trip to South Africa, he established the Josh Groban Foundation to help children in need through education, healthcare and the arts. Mandela appointed Groban as an Official Ambassador for Mandela’s Project 46664, a campaign to help raise Global awareness of HIV/AIDS in Africa.
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