Josh Groban Concert Stories
Josh's concerts are always interesting - but everyone's recollection is a little different. What were your favorite moments? What's the closest seat you've ever had to Josh? Were the people around you singing along? Share your stories, so we can document the JG live experience in detail.
Sadly, I have not yet seen Josh live. :( I will one day. I'm pulling up all my money now for college. I did get to see Celtic Thunder on November 2nd and the only down side (if it's really even a down side lol) is that they don't talk between songs haha! on Live at the Greek and so many YouTube videos, you see Josh teasing the audience and having mini conversations. Celtic Thunder isn't just one guy, so it's harder to do that and not have some favoritism showed. Damian in particular is rather quiet. I think Paul would do most of the talking haha! But I think Josh has it going great for himself. He can just be up there on stage and be himself and sing his songs. (And he doesn't have to wear a kilt for ten minutes at the end of every show) hahaha! ok it's late (or early, rather: 2:06 AM) and I need sleep. Just thought I'd post any concert experience. I want to see Josh live so bad!!!! *hops up and down*
I wish I could go!!! I wish I could have gone to one of his concerts... but there really is nothing out in this desert of Tooele. Why would Josh come here? ... thats right, he wouldnt... [sigh].................
Like most people, I had of course heard of Josh Groban but never paid that much attention until I happened to turn into the KSPS network on New Years eve 2009.
Needless to say, I was totally in awe of his talent and it was the Greatest New Years Eve ever.
Thank you for sharing this evening with so many people, and I wish you much success in 2010.
Hope you will get fairly close to Calgary, AB in 2010. Would love to see you live,
Its really New years day 2010. I Collect and enjoy and Review (on You Tub) Concert DVDs of great music artest like Josh. I would really LOVE to see a LIVE concert of his offered on Blu-Ray DVD for us to buy. I know I would Buy one ASAP! If you would like to see any of my DVD CONCERT REVIEWS on You Tub just go to You Tub and put (MrWm2800) in the You Tub Search box and you will bring up all my concert DVD reviews
The Rocker Killed me MUSICALLY
I really don't understand this message board...i went to comment on how Josh saved my life musically....because i am being bombarded by the media..i felt that the weight of divorcing my band mate and his friends so i could be a singer hurt me in the end...my rocker friend who sang with Neil Young got me to sing with his band and i disliked him in the music world...and got off track with my singing..i don't know why the board won't let me further b/c i hadn't finished explaining...people are going to think i am crazy saying the rocker tried to kill me...i meant MUSICALLY KILL me..like in a sense i knew i didn't want to sing with him. I did love singing with Josh...b/c he's a peacemaker and a nice guy overall very handsome young man with talent. I suppose thanking him for singing with my and standing by me is a too late thread here but better late than never....musically me and the rocker ex fianiance we just don't do well together in the music industry
This concert...my sister and I got Floor seats which was great! I was going through a divorce during this time and his concert was a must. It helped me think about things and prepared me with the hard time I had ahead.
It was awesome...Loved every moment.
I saw that Josh was having a concert in San Diego... I really wanted to watch him live but he hasn't come to Mexico (AND WE ARE WAITING!!! hey Madonna and Celine have been her!!!) So, I decided to go to San Diego to watch him live... it was like magic!! I hadn't been in San Diego either so it was a great trip, it's a beautiful city and to hear him sing... OMG!! I can't describe in words what I felt... I hope I'll see him again soon in 2010. I'll be waiting for the schedule of concerts to see if I can go again.
After all, I was a woman in my forties, in jeans and a shirt, where every other eager, young woman was over made up, over dressed and over wrought with excitement. It paid off. I got Josh's and 2 other band member autographs on my program. It is framed and hangs in my study - a reminder of a wonderful concert, an exceptional talent and a gift that still rests in my heart as one of the most wonderful experiences of my life. I hope one day to see Josh in concert again. Perhaps next time I will actually be able to see him and not cry quite so much.
I was at the September 30 concert in the Sydney Opera House.I am not very big on concerts or crowds, but I knew from the moment I heard Josh's voice that I would do whatever I had to do to see him. So I scraped up the money and a friend paid for a hotel room overnight. I had a pretty good seat but still couldn't see the stage because I cried all the way through the concert. So did the lady next to me. We would look at each other, laugh at our own stupidity, look back up at Josh and burst into tears again. She shared her lollies with me. I had a connection with her. We both had a connection to Josh.It was as if his voice vibrated to the core of my soul. I guess it was about half way through the concert, he ran off stage to re-emerge in the audience. We all stood in our row. He ran past and my fingers brushed along the hair of his forearm, trailing onto his white shirt. Just a second, maybe not even that. After the concert I waved off my comrade in tears and waited around the stage door. Very self consciously, very quietly.