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On thursday May 5th I sat down in my seat to watch you live for the third time in my life. I felt the same way like the two times before. Goofy happy! So filled with joy and with a big smile on my face and all bubbly inside.
Of course I cried when you made your entrance...happy tears of course.
I loved every song you sang, every word you spoke. I could just sit there and listen to you talking. I laughed, cheered and cried (again). So full of fellings. That's just one of the reasons why I like...no love you so much. You touch me with your voice and you make me feel safe. It's hard to explain really. I believe everything you say and I believe everything you sing. You are not just a man with an amazing voice. You are so much more. You have got the gift to affect people. You are funny, down to earth and really passionate about what you do.
I just think your voice gets better and better. You killed every song in Stockholm...and I only mean that in a good way. I really loved that you sang February Song and You Raise Me Up. Two of my absolute favorite songs.
Two hours went by too fast and all I wanted to do was to rewind and watch you perform again and again.
I felt that we gave you a lot of love in Stockholm. I mean...three times standing ovations.
I really hope you will come back soon. Like you said..."we will come back if you keep filling the seats". That's a deal! I would love to catch you on Broadway . I know you will rock!
And one last thing...your voice is the most gorgeous ever and you are amazing! And you know what...amazing doesn't even cover it!
Hats off to you!
I forgot to say that I also met two lovely ladies sitting next to me who made me feel so included and made it so much nicer enjoying the experience with them!
I missed the Stages Tour last year and gave my ticket away, wanted to go to Birmingham on Saturday but couldn't , so in the middle of listening to Josh on a CD I decided to have a look at future concerts! One in Manchester and a seat in Row E! It was meant to be, I drove three hours yesterday and am so glad I did! I love musical theatre and felt Josh gave so much feeling and meaning to those songs! Thank You!
The journey home was a bit of an adventure too! Closed junctions so a few detours round Birmingham! All part of the fun!
This was my first Josh Groban concert. I'm a 16 year old girl and I can tell you there aren't much people at my age who lov eJosh Groban as much as I do. Such a shame! they are missing so many beautiful sounds and feeling. This concert was defenitely not my last, his music is so moving, I wanted to cry when he walked off stage. I wanted to cry because that perfect moment was over, a perfect moment that lasted for 2 hours, one of the best two hours of my life so far. I'm so greatfull for the fact that I have been a part of those magical hours. Thank you Josh, for this unforgettable moment.
after years of being a fan, this evening was mine :-) 1st concert of Josh Groban was more than I'd ever expected!!
It was Past Fryday an beautifull Sunny day!And it was JOSH day!
WE (my daughter and i) walkt to the HMH.First something to eat in the REST and then to our places
in the Theater.I had been there befor when Josh sung in 2011.We had good places with a fine look at the stage.
I met one of the FOJG members, that was very nice to meet someone you are in touch with over the years !
And there was Josh,big smile, started right away to talk about some funny and more serieus things.
Of cause when you are a long time FAN you know a lot of this stuff but it,s Always good to here him tell about his live!
Then he started to sing,it felt like his voice getting better all the time!!!!It,s Always an very emotinal performens for
Aaaaanyway. G'night strangers