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JOSH GROBAN COMMAND PERORMANCE:  10 YEARS WITH PUBLIC TELEVISION
JUNE 7 AT 7 PM

EIGHT, ARIZONA PBS

Internationally renowned singer and performer Josh Groban has had a special partnership with public television for more than a decade. Together they have created successful and dynamic live concert performance specials that have become public television programming staples. This new, exciting compilation special celebrates that partnership, showcasing the highlights of their exceptional collaborations over the years -- chosen by Josh Groban himself. Josh Groban Command Performance: 10 Years with Public Television airs Tuesday, June 7, 2011 at 7 p.m. on Eight.

Song titles include:

Act 1
Oceano (from Live At The Greek, 2004)
To Where You Are (from In Concert, 2002)
Broken Vow w/ Chris Botti (from Soundstage/An Evening In New York City, 2009)

Act 2
Mi Morena (Live At The Greek)
Machine w/ Herbie Hancock (Soundstage)
Bridge Over Troubled Water w/ Brian McKnight (from Hitman: David Foster & Friends, 2008)
Vincent (In Concert)

Act 3
Alla Luce (from Awake Live, 2008)
Anthem (from Chess In Concert, 2008)
Canto (Awake Live)
Lullaby (Soundstage)
You Raise Me Up (Awake Live)

 

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