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~Liz, Lizzie or Lix~
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I live in IN too! Where are you located?
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Jan 1 08 7:29 AM
Hey Hey Hey!
No it's not Fat Albert, it's me Josh. And I haven't died.
Oh man it's so good to be able to say hi to all of you again and let you know whats up. There has been a bit of a mix up with my password so I wasn't
able to get on. Long story short, my name on FOJG will still be JoshGroban but on JG.com it will be Jgroban. just FYI
First and foremost I want to thank all of you for your patience and let you know how much I miss seeing all of your beautiful faces. I've been having the
time of my life in the studio, and I've been working non stop on music that I'm so excited to play for all of you. The studio process is one of those
things where it just isn't done until it's done and although it's taking a while, it really is because on this 3rd album I'm trying to raise
my bar as high as possible, not rest on my laurels, and find the perfect combination of what I've always loved doing and what I've never done before.
In the last month I visited France to work with my great friend and collaborator Eric Mouquet. We finished a couple of songs that I'm very excited about.
After that I went to NY for the incredible honor of making my Metropolitan Opera debut (who knew??) with the legendary Barbara Cook. She was kind enough to
invite me on stage with her (wouldn't have been at the Met any other way!) to sing 2 of my favorite Stephen Sondheim songs. The theater is something
I've always loved, so this was so much fun. They recorded the whole night and both of my songs with her will be on the album Barbara Cook at the Met
coming out very soon.
After NY I went to London to work with two incredible producers, Marius De Vries and Guy Sigsworth. My experiences with both of them were as educational as
they were rewarding and I'm going back to London in a week to finish those songs up. After London I went back to NY to work with my friend Glen Ballard
(who produced Believe). We were both so honored to be in the presence of one of the greatest vocal groups of our time, Ladysmith Black Mambazo. The
experience was spiritual and inspiring and I can't wait for you to hear. You'll get a very tiny taste on Good Morning America, as they taped the
first session for this song. I'm not sure yet when it's airing but we'll let you know. In April I'll start working with my friend and yours,
David Foster and by mid June I'm hoping this album will be complete. After an album is handed into a record label it takes about 3 months for them to
package and ship to the stores so it's looking like a late summer, early September release followed by another tour!! I can't wait to get back out on
the road and play new music. You wouldn't believe the let down when I got home and had nothing to get ready for at 8 PM.
I want to take this opportunity also to thank you for your tireless efforts for my foundation. The auctions and the donations have helped so much and
I'll post again with a detailed update as to exactly what has been going on and how much has been raised. I don't know how you do it but I'm so
grateful that you do. THANK YOU!
What else....I was paparazzi-ed in US weekly...that took me by surprise, it's never happened to me before. Had no idea the guy was even there. Ever since
that picture came out i've been out wearing the giant blue cowboy hat from the DVD and a shirt that someone gave me on tour that says "kiss me
i'm famous". So far no such luck.
Ok thats it I think...I had a great birthday, thank you for the cards and well wishes. My brother says hi and thanks! Take care and see you all soon!
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