Crooner Josh Groban has announced a show with the Colorado Symphony at the iconic Red Rocks Amphitheatre set for summer of 2019 as part of his Bridges North American tour. Groban and the Colorado Symphony head to the famed venue on Wednesday, Aug. 28. You can find ticket info on AXS by following this link.
Josh Groban released his eighth studio album, Bridges, in 2018. 2018 also saw the multi-platinum artist hosting the 72nd Annual Tony Awards with Sara Bareilles and starring in the Netflix series “The Good Cop” alongside Tony Danza.
Bridges is the follow up to Groban’s 2017 Christmas album Noel and his 2016 covers album Stages. Bridges features a number of high-profile guest contributions including Sarah McLachlan and Andrea Bocelli. Listen to the Bridges track “Granted” in the video above.
Groban also recorded a Spotify Singles session in 2018 that saw the Grammy-nominated singer performing the Bridges track “Symphony” as well as a cover of the Simon & Garfunkel 1970 classic “Bridge Over Troubled Water” from their album of the same name. You can check out Josh Groban’s Spotify Sessions below.
Don’t miss your chance to catch Josh Groban and the Colorado Symphony when they come to Red Rocks Amphitheatre on Wednesday, Aug. 28.