Growing up in Los Angeles, Josh Groban started singing when he was in seventh grade when his music teacher gave him a solo part at the school's Cabaret Night. Despite his apparent talent, Josh was more interested in and focused on theatre than singing eventually graduating from the Los Angeles County High School for the Arts with a focus on theatre.
During his last year of high school, Groban was introduced to award-winning music producer David Foster who started using the young singer as a stand-in during rehearsals for events. One such event found Josh rehearsing Andrea Bocelli's part in "The Prayer" with Céline Dion for the 1999 Grammy Awards.
After high school, Groban attended Carnegie Mellon University for a time studying drama, but dropped out when a record deal came his... Read more