Multiplatinum global superstar Josh Groban joins us upon the release of the new deluxe edition of his lockdown-recorded 2020 album Harmony.
Groban talks with The New York Times’ Michael Paulson about his experience recording the album during the pandemic, finding new resonance in songs he had known and loved for years — from the Sinatra standard “The World We Knew” to Joni Mitchell’s “Both Sides Now” — and the originals he wrote “for therapy” and recorded in his bedroom. The deluxe edition of Harmony expands on the original with six newly recorded tracks. Groban talks about the themes of hope and human connection that run through the album, his virtual concert “tour" and what it’s been like to perform his live streams without a live audience, and more. He and Paulson also talk about Groban’s work in film and television, the Broadway debut that earned him a Tony nomination, and how he sees music and the arts in a post-pandemic world.
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