After three consecutive #1 albums and 25 million sales in the States, 2013 has seen a substantial ascension in Josh Groban’s profile in the UK.

His current album ‘All That Echoes’ became his highest charting album to date, and he has appeared on numerous major TV shows including Graham Norton, The One Show, BBC Breakfast, This Morning,Sunday Brunch and Alan Titchmarsh.

Produced by Warner Bros. Records chairman Rob Cavallo and written with regular collaborator Lester Mendez, ‘False Alarms’ employs Josh Groban’s soaring vocal gift applied to one of his most anthemic songs. As Groban explained to Rolling Stone: “I liked it because it was romantic and hopeful, but at the same time it wasn’t about a perfect situation; it was actually about heartbreak and all the stuff that happens when you’re chasing after something that just isn’t there.

Consistently named as one of North America’s highest grossing live performers, the release of ‘False Alarms’ will follow Josh Groban’s imminent tour that includes his largest UK show to date at London’s O2 Arena:


14th – London, O2
16th – Manchester, Apollo SOLD OUT
17th – Birmingham, Symphony Hall SOLD OUT
19th – Nottingham, Royal Concert Hall SOLD OUT
21st – Glasgow, Royal Concert Hall SOLD OUT

Remaining tickets are available now, priced at £42.50 for London

‘All That Echoes’ features further production credits from Walter Afanasieff (Mariah Carey, Michael Jackson) with the majority of the material featured co-written by Josh Groban, including the recent single ‘Brave’. Other songs, such as ‘Falling Slowly’ from the movie and Broadway musical ‘Once’ highlight his talents as a masterful interpreter.