Singer-songwriter Josh Groban has released his sixth studio album, All That Echoes, and says he feels confident that his fans will like it:
“I’ve been doing this now for 10 or 11 years. It’s my sixth album. I’ve got a relationship now with my fans and I’ve got a little bit of experience under my belt that gives me the confidence to feel like I’m pretty sure I know that if I stay true to what I feel I do well, and if I feel that I’m making music that I’m passionate about and honest about, that my fans, for the most part, will be pretty in to it,” Groban said.
Groban first found the public spotlight in 1997 when he was asked to fill in for an ailing Andrea Bocelli at a rehearsal with Celine Dion. He released his first solo album in 2001.
Twelve years and five studio albums later, Groban has cemented himself at the top and earned two Grammy nominations.
He will travel to Australia in April to promote his new record.
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