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Film & TV News Josh Groban's Radio City Music Hall Concert Will Air on PBS in November

The upcoming Sweeney Todd star will be joined by Cyndi Lauper, Denée Benton, and Tiler Peck.

Josh Groban at Radio City Music Hall

Josh Groban’s Great Big Radio City Show, featuring the star of the forthcoming Broadway revival of Stephen Sondheim's Sweeney Todd, will make its PBS premiere November 25 at 9 PM ET as part of Great Performances' 50th anniversary season; check local listings. The concert will also stream via PBS Passport.

Groban, who was Tony-nominated for his Broadway debut in Natasha, Pierre & The Great Comet of 1812, is joined by Grammy, Emmy, and Tony winner Cyndi Lauper; Tony nominee Denée Benton; Country Music Television Award nominee Breland; and New York City principal ballet dancer Tiler Peck. The special also features a live painting created to music by artist David Garibaldi.

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Carl Rydlund conducts the orchestra.

The filmed concert is a celebration of the arts and served as Groban’s love letter to New York City. The vocalist, who is backed by a full orchestra, shares personal anecdotes as well as such tunes as “You Raise Me Up,” “The Impossible Dream,” and “Bring Him Home.”

The set list follows:

Musical Program:
“Out of My Box” – Josh Groban
“The World We Knew” – Groban
“Angels” – Groban
“Both Sides Now” – Groban and Denée Benton
“New York Minute” – Groban featuring live painting by David Garibaldi
 “Granted” – Groban and choir
“Time After Time” – Groban and Cyndi Lauper
“Real Men Don’t Cry” – Josh Groban and Breland
“The Fullest” – Groban and choir
“So She Dances” – Groban featuring dance performance by Tiler Peck
“Bring Him Home” – Groban
“You Raise Me Up” – Groban and choir
“The Impossible Dream” – Groban
“Empire State of Mind” – Groban and choir

Additional Performances Streaming via PBS Passport:
“She” – Groban
“Cinema Paradiso” – Groban featuring violinist Itzhak Perlman
“Panis Angelicus” – Groban with Martina Bruno
Drum Solo – Groban
“Somewhere Over the Rainbow” – Groban

Inside Josh Groban’s Great Big Radio City Show February 14

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