All That Echoes: Artist Cut is in theaters tonight only! Hurry and get to the movie theater early to see a special welcome from Josh himself.
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Hi JOSH!! Again you came through for little SHANTELLE! she had a blast! she sang along with you on the big screen! she just loves you no matter where your at. she can't wait to see you again. Dennis is surprising her again with tickets to the Sacramento, Ca. concert in Oct. were not telling her we are just going to bring her there and she will scream out loud with laughter a 2nd time.your all hers she shes everyday and your in her heart. were posting a link to my profile Amelia Wimmer so you and all the grobies can see how Shantelle has grown over the years she is now 11 yrs.old. and still has some disabilities and some seizures, still doing her hyperbaric oxygen chamber treatments which helps her a lot even with her minor cerebral palsy. but Josh your music and meeting you has been her GREATEST progress through the years. we love you and thank you for all you and the team do for Shantelle. you are all a blessing to her, and she loves you much and still sleeps with her JG blanket. can;t wait to see you in Oct, lots of grobie hugs!
Amelia and Shantelle
Really wish I were in one of those spots in the US where the Artist Cut was airing...Living in a different country from the one your favourite artist lives in is sometimes hard...but it makes it that more challenging and fascinating nonetheless :) So, hopefully, one day I do come to the US, and maybe even to see Josh on Broadway ;) Thanks!
. That means for me, made my point in favour of JG in grace & honour.
Take care. Hope Josh Groban did make a smile once more, for that was my part in this "game" and sure I am not a player never need to for love has a secure place in my heart and my words give grace and my feelings go to places where the music leads me to and here I am.
I enjoyed seeing you on the big screen very much, Josh. It was fun to re-live beautiful moments, from The Allen Room. I loved the story of the making of All That Echoes! Really interesting to see the passion of your work!
The event was stunning - both times! I eagerly look forward to seeing Josh in Atlanta soon!
wasn't able to make it to the Artist Cut movie. i hope that it will come out on dvd so that i can buy it and watch it at home. so Josh, make sure it comes out on DVD.
Why do I comment in twos? This is not even a PSSS.
I thought it worth noting, in a final comment, that when they went back to the abstract in origami, into their own signature, not as many people get it, in art. I don't know why it is, but it is a lot like Vincent. A man who could have expressed himself with any level of 'perceived' 'accuracy' if you can put those words in true soul art, that he wanted to project, and yet, he had earned the right to manifest his signature way, that for generations, is his fingerprint. There are those who are not listening.
I had said I put this one in my crock pot because in a way, this for me is a slow piece, that you all have done. I was struck when I first heard it in a different way than any of the others. It's interesting to me that the emphasis was on echo and a slow love fall, and (for me) a sort of ebbing hollow sometimes, and according to my personal experience, it is the kind of art piece that I set aside time after time to think, and it develops itself when I hear it in pieces or as a whole and I love it more and more, slowly.
Timeless bookmark, for you.
Thanks again. :) All of you stay you.
Is this where I post a lengthy fan comment about the Theatre Artist Cut? :) I resort to a numbered list written on the fly:
1. Are you left ear dominant?
1a. Is that a weird question?
2. Why did I want to soak up your piano player like a sponge? I wanted to gravitate towards him like a butterfly migration and sit inches away from him in the quiet and just listen to his gentle soul hum and wonder at the ambiance quietly.
3. Me too! I feel so much better about note reading now. All the layers are in-satiating and I've never joined a choir because when they imply they're going to hand me notes to read I freak out and won't go.
4. Me too! Skydiving. I pretended like I was jumping out of a plane previously, the day of the movie in my gym. Off of equipment. Yeah. Shhh.
5. Is it weird to say I know you were you all along but I finally felt like it was you? I had this flash and I saw you when you were in your forties during this one stint on the piano. Whew! Weird.
1. I don't think I've experienced anything 'cuter' than watching the oldies leave the theatre to the music of a xylophone afterwards. I smiled huge. Yep. Elastic waisted pants and white tennis shoes. I had this flash and saw myself when I was eighty five. I thought to myself that you are probably the type of person that if only three oldies showed up, (which there were more) if you would have seen how excited they were, you would have kept the show just for them.
2. Could you please watch "Between The Folds" a movie about Origami, art and math? There is this part where it talks about these genius mathematician and engineer origami guys who can make animals in 5000 folds out of one sheet, and how, they get to this point as an artist where, they earn the right to wane back into the abstract without so many folds, and it's "better" because they came into themselves as an artist. This is what I think of this, I appreciate it so much more now that I saw you in person, it's like a water mark, like you all as musicians earned the right to make this very distinct echo that even waned into the abstract but it was all the more you and it jived. And I think that is what you were saying.
2a. A loving chastisement: Art is not something that is 'good' for kids to be exposed to. It is an actual piece missing from math and science that is taught today, and in it's absence, they are robbed from the whole. Are they taking the egg or the chicken and what does that mean to the future of knowledge and education?
3. Your whole stage crew of musicians were so exuberant and wonderful.
4. You breaking out the layers of the music was like a giant present, that totally pacified and soothed me, I thought I had gone to heaven, that is one of your signatures: the layers, and multidimensional feeling, and I thought it so cool that you said that one thing about how artists follow the notes when they really should break away to create another level.
I'd feel like I was being dishonest if I didn't say that it was such a blessing I had a few tears in the dark! I needed it like a giant glass of water.
THANK YOU. What a giant present to everyone, what you all did!
PS. I hate mean pretentious assumptive dishonest invasive preachy pious self righteous elitist -aweful- people. Bumper sticker for a run on sentence? I reserve the right to spell aweful with an e.
PSS. Ellen likes my branch in my teeth. She thinks it's funny. :)
I would just like to say how absolutely amazing the Fanthom Event was two nights ago! Josh, I am sorry that there were only 12 people in the theater to watch your magnificent performance on the Big Screen (come on Boulder, show this man a lil' more love, will ya) but I will gladly say that as you suggested, I sang the WHOLE time, and enjoyed every moment of the show.
I also love the behinds the scene of what it takes to make a musical masterpiece. At one point you (Josh) stated that there are a lot of songs being made, but not much music. I couldn't agree with you more. Time and time again I am absolutely astounded by what is considered great music on the radio. Lyrics should stick in a person's mind not because they are repetitive (like beating someone over the head with a stick) but because of the flow of the music, or the crescendo that forms right before the end causing every muscle in your body to tense and relax simultaneously. Music needs to be an invigorating, emotional journey- sometimes leaving us for better than at the start, and sometimes a bit melancholic after having opened a sore in the heart. Either way, thank you for taking me through the highs and lows with your talents.
Always much appreciated sir.
Dear Josh, I'd love to see this on a DVD, please release a DVD, that would be awesome! :)
My turn! Yes, I saw the show back in February! Yes, I saw you July 3rd at the Hollywood Bowl! Yes, I went to the rebroadcast of the show from February with the added footage! It was all fantastic. We got lucky (in Alhambra, CA) and had surround sound which sounded marvelous.I felt like I was in the room in NY. Now I know about your next appearance here in L. A.! I will be there for that, too. I, for one, appreciate your talents, humor and good looks!! Or is it the other way around? LOL You're the whole package, my dear. Please get some rest and get well pronto!
I just saw the concert in the theaters here in Sacramento, and it was amazing. Hope I'll be able to make it to your show here in October!
Very Nice.. I dragged my husband along.. he wasn't too happy, but Oh well it was nice seeing you again as usual.. Thanks Josh.. :)xo
Home Shopping Network had " Josh Groban All That Echoes CD with Behind the Scenes DVD". I ordered it from them back in Februrary.. I checked their website and it is sold out. You might check E-Bay or Amazon.
Oh my what an amazing evening this was. I had the opportunity to see this live. To relive it last night was awesome. Some that say the sound was off was the theater not Josh's end. The sound in our Theater was wonderful. Loved the personal message from Josh in the beginning and the end where Josh added how the songs came about I just loved!!! Thanks Fanthom and Josh for a wonderful night. Plus I met a new FOJG member there. I am still grinning! :)
Please , make a DVD from the movie!!!!!!!!
YOU could only see this in the US.
I saw this re-broadcast in a United Artists theater here in Denver, CO. I was extremely disappointed in the broadcast. The film itself was great, being able to see Josh up close and personal but the sound was really, really bad! I don't think it was even broadcast in stereo, much less in surround sound! I couldn't afford to see him live at Red Rocks so the next best thing was going to see this broadcast. You would expect it to sound like you were really there with the sound systems movie theaters have these days but I have better sound on my TV at home. It would have been a great evening had the soundtrack been in surround sound. He has a fantastic voice and I have all of his CDs, but this broadcast did him a great dis-service! Just wanted you to know.
Vickie Dunning from Colorado
Hi Josh my name is Kelly and my husband James couldn't wait to see the show tonight in Ontario CA--but the movie theater couldn't get the sound to work and they sent everyone home and I was wondering if anything could be done. He loves your music sooo much and even played it in the car on the way to and from dinner the night he proposed to me which was very romantic. I don't know if you will even see this post but its worth a try. I really wish there was a way for James to see the concert. Have a nice night :) Sincerely Kelly N
Hey Josh. I did sing along, and I met another fanclub member, but she forgot her fanclub name. Her name is Mary Jane. Anyway, I enjoyed it so much, especially the video afterward about the making of the album. Where can we get a copy, or is it available? Also, I can't help but share how good it feels to be able to sing. Now back when I was growing up, my parents refused to acknowledge my tallents, feeling that the music business was no place for a blind woman. Then in 1980, something very scary and very sad happened to me that literally made me forget how to play all my favorite songs on the piano. Yes, I do remember it, but it's too much to share here. But what's come out of all that is that I still love to sing just as much as I did even then during that summer of 1980, even though I have no memory of what happened to me for 3 weeks after the piano incident. Now, I can't stop singing, and you helped me find my dream again, and for that, I am truly grateful. I don't know if I'll be able to sing with you on August 18th at Chastain, but I really do hope I can soon. Oh, and the best part is Mom wants me to sing with you. She also wishes she'd listened to me and encouraged me to persue my musical career, and Dad knows I've been demoing my recording. I can hold my head high and let the music come again, and if it's God's Will, I can remember how to play my favorite Scott Joplin tunes again. Please forgive me for my lengthy comment, but I had to write this out as soon as I got home, lest I lose my courage later. Hmm. Brave? Yes, but it takes courage to chase those demons out of here, and I'm not alone. You're teaching me that love does that, so there it is. You rocked, and still rock my world, and the light is still in you. Thank you for shining it so brightly and letting us enjoy your journey through the making of "All That Echos". I wouldn't take no for an answer about singing in high school, and I'm so glad I didn't. I love the confidence music, especially singing gives me, and enjoying that video at the end just made me want to do more and more no matter where it takes me. I can only go forward from here. See you soon here in Atlanta with Zahara. Bye for now. Heather