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4 Penn Plaza, New York, NY 10001


14 Nov 2011

"Endearing, adorable, inspirational!"

Daily Herald Utah

Closed 14 Nov 2011
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816 of 1702 people found the following review helpful:
Sep 18, 2015
reviewer: from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
We have gone to all of his concerts in Pittsburgh since he first started out and this was the best one yet You ca see how much he has grown as a performer. There was a maturity to his voice that really shines in this performance


I am glad he had the wisdom to wait to perform and record these songs because they were done so beautifully. Josh seemed to be so comfortable with himself as he was singing and that love of what he was singing and doing carried through in i this performance in a different way than in his previous performances..The Benedum a beautiful venue to perform the Stages song selections once they got the volume adjusted. I wish the concert had been longer just because I love to ilsten to hear him sing and it was over too soon for me.We had great seats and a perfect view of the stage. The show content was appropriate for children but it was expensive I felt to bring children, but there were a few there. We ate dinner on our way home
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843 of 1688 people found the following review helpful:
Thoughts on Josh Groban Concert in Dallas,
Dec 23, 2015
reviewer: from McKinney, Texas
It was a great concert; a typical Groban effort. Beautiful voice and set up for each song. That being said, I was a little disappointed. This is the third time I've seen him. I miss how during the show he'd show up in the crowd to sing one of his songs or sing with an audience member. I was also disappointed in some of the songs. I was hoping for more of the classical broadway tunes, like more of the Phantom. He would have done a great Impossible Dream. I was hoping for a Camelot tune, he would have been great with any of Lancelot's songs. Finally, he didn't sing any of his classics. He ended with Judy Garland instead of something like You Lift Me Up. He didn't seem to sing as many songs as normal, it felt a little like he wanted to come and get out. But in general, I enjoyed the show and his incredible voice.
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