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| 22 July 2013 | Reply


July 22, 2013 – Burbank, CA – PBS will re-broadcast internationally renowned, multi-platinum recording artist Josh Groban’s special, Josh Groban: All That Echoes, beginning the week of August 3rd in a host of local markets during its summer pledge drive. All cities and participating stations are listed below. Exact dates and times vary by station, so viewers should check their local listings.

Josh Groban: All That Echoes, which first aired on PBS stations on April 12th, 2013, is a specialLive From Lincoln Center concert that was taped at The Allen Room at Lincoln Center in February 2013. It features Groban performing songs from his Billboard #1 album All That Echoes,as well as other popular favorites.

Groban recently completed 3 sold out shows at the Hollywood Bowl with the Los Angeles Philharmonic, as well as a special show with the Colorado Symphony at Red Rocks.

This fall, Groban launches his “In the Round” tour, which begins October 2nd in Boise, ID, and continues through mid-November. The “In The Round” tour will give fans a one-of-a-kind, 360-degree concert experience. By performing on a stage placed in the middle of the floor, Groban will interact with fans from all sides of the venue as he sings classic songs that span his illustrious 12-year-career. The “In the Round” tour builds on the concept of Groban’s 2011 “Straight To You” world tour, bringing the intimate feel of a theater experience to an arena setting.

All That Echoes debuted at #1 on the Billboard chart (Groban’s first #1 debut album, his 3rdoverall) and racked up a host of positive reviews from major media outlets, including Rolling Stone, which remarked that “Groban’s vocal dexterity and soulful strength is as always remarkable” andUSA Today, which said, “There’s no denying that Josh Groban has one of the most technically impressive voices in pop music – a robust, limpid bari-tenor with a vibrato as smooth and lush as a silk bathrobe.” The New York Times noted that “the final two minutes of Josh Groban’s new album ring clear with freewheeling entitlement, like the flash of a peregrine set aloft,” while American Songwriter raves that “All That Echoes is not only Groban’s most accessible and unified work to date, but it also stands out as the seminal musical moment of his 12-year career.”

Now in its 38th season airing nationally on PBS, Live From Lincoln Center has received 13 Emmy Awards to date and is a cornerstone of arts broadcasting. The series has made the world’s greatest artists on Lincoln Center’s renowned stages accessible to millions of viewers in virtually every corner of the United States.

This episode is directed by Alex Coletti. The executive producer is Andrew C. Wilk. Lincoln Center’s Chief Media and Digital Officer, Elizabeth W. Scott, is executive in charge of the series’ production. Live From Lincoln Center is made possible by a major grant from MetLife. In addition to underwriting from MetLife, the series is also made possible with generous support from the Robert Wood Johnson 1962 Charitable Trust, Thomas H. Lee and Ann Tenenbaum, The Robert and Renée Belfer Family Foundation and the National Endowment for the Arts.

Josh Groban: All That Echoes will be aired in the following cities and stations:

Boise (KAID)

Buffalo (WNED)

Chicago (WTTW)

Dallas (KERA)

Detroit (WTVS)

Ft. Lauderdale (WPBT2)

Houston (KUHT)

Kansas City (KCPT)

Las Vegas (Vegas PBS)

Miami (WPBT)

Minneapolis (tpt2 – Twin Cities Public Television/KTCA/KTCI)

New York (WNET)

Orlando (WUCF)

Philadelphia (WLVT)

Phoenix (KAET)

Pittsburgh (WQLN)

Plattsburgh, NY (Mt. Lake PBS / WCFE)

Rochester, NY (WXXI)

Sacramento (KVIE)

Salt Lake City (KUED)

San Francisco / San Jose (KQED)

Seattle (KTCS)

Tampa (WEDU)

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