"We've been working very, very hard and I've had some extraordinary people in high places coming after me and saying 'You can do this.'" -Josh
When Josh was just 17 years old, world-renowned producer David Foster gave him a chance of a lifetime. CÚline Dion needed to rehearse for an appearance at the 1999 Grammys, but her partner Andrea Bocelli was not available. David asked Josh to sing Bocelli's part.
"David told me, 'C'mon down to the Shrine, nobody is going to be there.' ... [But] Madonna was there, Aerosmith was backstage, Pavarotti was warming up in his dressing room. If it wasn't for that one moment...it really changed my life." -Josh
"[The past four years] have been a whirlwind-one hurdle and one learning experience after another. I'm learning in front of millions of people. There is a lot of pressure sometimes, but it's been incredible. I feel like I've learned a lot." -Josh
"He's got the goods. I know he does. I think one thing is going to happen: In five years, you're just going to say the name Josh, and there is going to be no other Josh, it's going to be Josh Groban." -David Foster, producer
Recently, millions of viewers swooned over Josh's voice when he made a guest appearance on Ally McBeal. Josh sang "To Where You Are" from his platinum CD Josh Groban for our studio audience."Everyone should have this CD!" -Oprah