SOURCE: Warner Bros. Records

February 06, 2007 15:30 ET

Josh Groban -- The Voice for Valentines Set for Major TV Appearances

"Awake" Tour Scheduled to Begin on Feb. 17th

NEW YORK, NY -- (MARKET WIRE) -- February 6, 2007 -- For the millions of Josh Groban fans gearing up for Valentine's Day, the treats begin this week as the multi-platinum Grammy-nominated artist gets set to make several high-profile TV appearances in conjunction with the release of his current smash CD "Awake" and his Hallmark CD "With You."

Beginning with a live performance on NBC's "Today Show" on Wednesday, February 7th and a live appearance on "The View" on Thursday, February 8th, Groban can also be seen on the "Conan O'Brien Show" on the evening of February 8th and is scheduled to appear on "The Charlie Rose Show" on PBS with the air date to be announced shortly.

Groban is currently in final rehearsal for his highly anticipated "Awake" Tour which begins on February 17th in Verona, New York and includes a March 12 sold out show at Madison Square Garden.

"Awake," Groban's current CD, has already sold over l.4 million copies and debuted on the Billboard charts at No. 2. He has also been seen all over TV as part of a huge Hallmark advertising campaign which is airing in conjunction with the release of "With You" -- a limited edition Valentine CD available only at Hallmark stores.

The 25-year-old Los Angeles native dubbed "the boy wonder of voice" by the NY Times stormed on to the music scene in 2001 with the release of his self-titled album which was followed by "Closer" which included the hit single, "You Raise Me Up." Both CDs sold over five million copies apiece. With scores of TV appearances including countless visits to the "Oprah Winfrey Show," two PBS specials, a Super Bowl, The Kennedy Center Honors and the closing Ceremonies of the 2002 Salt Lake City Olympics seen by over 2 billion people around the world, Groban's classically influenced pop sound has won him critical raves and millions of devoted fans. In the world of Valentines, his voice has broken the record for melting more hearts per minutes than any other artist in history.

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  • For more information please contact:
    Liz Rosenberg
    Warner Bros./Reprise Records Publicity