Josh Groban is an American singer, songwriter, actor and producer. A naturally gifted singer, Groban dropped out of college after only a few months to pursue a recording career. The move paid off: His first solo album came out in and went on to sell nearly four million copies. Groban was born in Los Angeles, California, on February 27, , into a musical family. A trait echoed in his own music years later, Groban has said that he was drawn to musicians "who decided not to settle into one particular musical style.
Groban did not study voice seriously until his teens, when he became active in musical theatre at the Los Angeles County High School for the Arts. In late he was introduced to Grammy -winning producer David Foster, who hired Groban to sing at a number of events, and Groban soon received a recording contract from Warner Brothers. While continuing to adhere to a traditional pop style on the albums Illuminations and All That Echoes , he worked with producers typically associated with harder-edged fare, including, on the former release, Rick Rubin. In Groban made his film debut, portraying a sleazy lawyer in the comedy Crazy, Stupid, Love. For his performance as a melancholy aristocrat, Groban received a Tony Award nomination. In he cohosted with Sara Bareilles the Tony Award ceremony. Groban subsequently portrayed a by-the-rules detective in the TV comedy series The Good Cop opposite Tony Danza, who played his shady former police officer dad. Josh Groban.
Joshua Winslow Groban born February 27,  is an American singer, songwriter, actor, and record producer, who is known for his unusually dusky baritone voice. His first four solo albums have been certified multi-platinum , and he was charted in as the number-one best selling artist in the United States, with over Groban originally studied acting, but moved to singing as his voice developed. Groban attended the Los Angeles County High School for the Arts , a free public school on the campus of California State University, Los Angeles , where students receive a conservatory-style education. Kelley , performing "You're Still You" for the season four finale. Groban co-starred as Tony Caruso Jr. Groban first sang in public when he was in the seventh grade. His music teacher chose him to sing a solo of "S'wonderful" at the school's cabaret night, where he sang alone on stage for the first time.