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Josh Groban Reviews

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Average customer review: 3.0 star rating (3.1 Stars)

Number of reviews: 17

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5.0 star rating Mack from Fayetteville, NC

RCMH

My wife has wanted to see Josh for many years & loved it. I loved the rock & roll song at the end w/ electric guitars & drums that was awesome. Some skits were long but I liked it because it was not the same old stuff & was different.

5.0 star rating Jasmine Baktidy from Glen Cove, New York

JOSH GROBAN RADIO CITY SHOW

I went with my Mom and Daughter for the Valentine's Day Show. We loved it!!! His voice never disappoints. It was my Daughter's first time and she became a fan. Yes there were some big hits missing but it was nice to get to know him a little better through the skits. He was funny and sweet. The band was amazing but if I had to criticize anything it would be that at times the band was too loud. I love just hearing Josh's voice.

4.0 star rating Pete from New York, New York

JOSH GRBAN RADIO CITY

The Valentines Day show at Radio City Music Hall was good, except for the Bridget Elliot part. She wasn't funny and was a distraction from Josh Groban. I hope for the next 3 shows the guest stars will be better . Eyeglasses the cello player was phenomenal and even Dr Ruth was ok, but Bridget Elliot was a total 0.

4.0 star rating Janet from New York, New York

JOSH GROBAN AT RADIO CITY

I would have given this 5 stars except for Bridget Everet, her outfit was just wrong and very distracting from her performance. For all of those people saying it wasn't what they were expecting, I am guessing they did not read what the show was to be about in the 1st place. This is my 5th time seeing Josh and loved the personal side that he showed with the videos, his girlfriend (who actually looks like my daughter and her boyfriend looks like Josh, so that was strange) and his love for NYC. I was expecting other types of guests though, like people he has sung duets with, so that disappointed me. Eyeglasses and his story was great! Not sure how Dr. Ruth fit in either. Overall though I totally enjoyed the show and the concept he was trying to put across. I wish I could attend the next 3 performances just to compare! Keep up the with the wonderful YOU Josh!

3.0 star rating Alene from New York, New York

JUST OK

Have seen Josh Groban in concert many times. This was by far quite a disappointment. It was a variety show and not what I would have expected. came to hear Josh sing his hits-not to see Dr Ruth or a slide show of his Girl Friend (????). Why. ? Sing your hits and not others Songs. Left feeling sad !!!

3.0 star rating Ralph C. from New York, New York

NOT WHAT I EXPECTED

Josh Groban’s Valentine’s show at Radio City Music Hall was more of a TV Variety show than a concert. I love Josh’s voice and was hoping for two hours of beautiful music. Instead I got videos of Josh in Central Park surprising and kidding around with tourists. I got sex advice (!) from Dr. Ruth who was one of his special surprise guests (I was hoping for an A level duet singer). I got a ridiculous over-the -top comic /singer Bridget Everett whom I would never pay to see. I got to see a subway performer (electric cello) who was quite talented but, again, not what I wanted to experience (same for two lovely children choirs) Josh seemed to be trying way too hard to be funny, but I guess that is his personality. Sweet, endearing but I kept thinking: enough already. Yes, you’re a nice guy but sing for goodness sake. His musical team are great. When playing, they were superb. Bottom line: I wanted more songs and less schtick.

3.0 star rating Linda Clarke from New York, New York

DISAPPOINTED! TOO MUCH SHTICK!

Went to see Josh Groban’s Show at Radio City Show on Feb 14th. I looked forward to an evening of beautiful music from a very talented singer. What we got instead was 15+ minutes of a stupid skit interview with Dr. Ruth, a ridiculous skit with an overweight singer/comedian running half naked around the stage and way too much talking. He did introduce us to to a 2nd year medical student from Mount Sinai Hospital, who plays Cello in the Westside Subway at 42nd St. The student know as Mr. Eyeglasses was very talented as were the choir from the Frank Sinatra Music School. He was wonderful to give these young people exposure. However I paid $185 to hear him sing not for skits especially Dr. Ruth (it was painful). What a waste of time. Josh sang MAYBE 10 songs the entire night and took a 30 minute intermission. So a lot of filler. Is he not capable of filling 2 1/2 hours with singing? He did mostly covers and a couple of his own material excluding BELIEVE and the PRAYER. The last performance of the night was an overdone too long rock song with the whole band, and him at the piano. You're not a rock star Josh. There were several complaints from audience members around me. We were hoping the 2nd 1/2 would be better than the 1st. Hmmmm. This show needs ND OVERHAUL. Fans want to hear Josh Groban use his talent and sing not do Shtick! Date of experience: February 2020 This

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