(Reuters) – Josh Groban wants some “harmony” as he releases a new album with that title during a virtual concert tour that lacks the usual live action and applause.
The 39-year-old singer-songwriter said, “Not just because of the obvious musical instruments, but because of the effort to bring a little order to the chaos,” the 39-year-old singer-songwriter said.
Groben, who has battled depression, said the epidemic made him more active in dealing with his mental health.
“This is my hardest album process in my career … so, it was a word that represented everything that had to go into it.”
Released on Friday, the album features covers of the classics “Impossible Dream,” “Angels” and “I Can’t Love You.” It also features original couples with Leslie Dom Dum Jr., Sarah Braille and Gospel star Kirk Franklin.
Since his live concert was canceled due to COVID-19, Groben reluctantly decided to make three concerts livestream.
“I was skeptical. I knew there would be no praise, “said Grubb, who was released in 1998 in a rehearsal with Celine Dion for the” Gr “ban.
“He was singing a very different kind of void song. And so, I said, well, well, sure, I know this is what we have to do, but will I enjoy it? “
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“You have these thousands of small boxes in 85 countries, all sharing an hour where we can get out on our own for a minute,” he said.
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Reporting by Reuters TV; Edited by Richard Chang and Rosalba O’Brien
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