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.
I never got to see Josh in concert but I have been to few morning shows in New York City such as Regis and Kelly and Good Morning America and it was the best experience seeing him in person. It was a really great morning with Josh.
We had second row seats. I had a poster with me, but was too shy to hold it up. Josh looked me in the eye several times during the evening, but I don't know that he actually saw me.
My oldest daughter was 6 at the time, and when we were allowed to go up to the stage, Josh held her hand and sang to her. When he let go, he winked at her. She still remembers that day.
Have not seen Josh perform yet, so no concert story so far. I am hoping 2010 will be my year..so Josh..see you in Dublin, Ireland..(hint, hint)!!!!
After seeing Josh in concert in Norfolk on February 5, 2005, I knew that I had to see him one more time before the end of the tour. So as soon as I returned home, I was on the Internet looking for tickets to the next concert closest to Virginia and discovered that Josh would be in concert in Louisville, KY in March. I then discovered that FOJG was holding an essay contest, the winner of which would be awarded two backstage passes to meet Josh. Of course, as a former English teacher, I had to enter. I wrote my essay, emailed it to the appropriate address, and waited. I had to provide a phone number where I could be reached at all times, so I provided my seldom-used cell phone. Obviously, I left that cell phone on at all times and carried it everywhere I went. On Wednesday night before the concert on Saturday, my cell rang at 9:55 p.m. What must be understood is that NO ONE EVER called me on my cell, and when it rang, I nearly fainted. After talking to the Warner Brothers rep, I was in a state of shock. I'm not sure that I actually believed that I had won such an extraordinary opportunity.
TO BE CONTINUED...
Saw Awake twice! Had fantastic seats both times, very close to Josh. His concerts are awesome. I danced the whole time. Waiting to go back in 2010.
I saw Josh for my 15th birthday, at the Honda Center in Anaheim, California!! I am 17 now lol.
Oh, maybe somebody can help me out with this. At the top of the FOJG website page, it says TOUR. Well, I clicked on it, and it said to check back later for more information on the UPCOMING TOUR.... does that mean that there will be a tour soon availiable to us all!?!?!?!
let me know =D
Was für ein Tag...es geht schon eine Woche vorher los..Fahrgelegenheit nach Frankfurt finden,Hotel in Frankfurt dazu...
alles organisieren...kaum noch schlafen vor lauter Freude und Aufregung...endlich Josh Groban LIVE zu sehen,hören...erleben...
Dann ist er da...endlich..der 22.May 07...wir fahren früh morgens los,
Krissi und ich zusammen....Josh singt natürlich im Player und wir sind beide völlig overjosht:-))
Wir treffen die anderen Grobanites im Hotel Ambassador in Frankfurt...es ist ein sehr heisser Tag...man sind wir alle aufgeregt...zur Begrüssung erstmal ein paar Sekt..dann umziehen...und eben noch mit Krissi was gegen Ihre Blasen an den Füssen besorgen:-))
Sie wollte ja auch unbedingt Ihre neuen Schuhge anziehen..ggg..
Fortsetzung folgt...I'am so happy to meet Josh
Sadly I haven't the great experience of see Joshie Live yet, but I'm sure that it will be very soon, next year probably?
Until then, I'm preparing for that day!
I was lucky enough to take a short trip overseas to Melbourne Australia with my Dad. There we saw Josh in concert (on the 9th of October I think) at the Hammer Hall. As Josh walked through the audience during his performance of 'In Her Eyes', I got to shake his hand :-) After the concert I joined fellow Grobanites backstage where I got a few photos of Josh as well as his Autograph on my Awake album cover! The concert was totally awesome and surreal.
All in all, a very enjoyable (if not brief) trip to Australia.