Josh Groban’s “Great Big Radio City Show” Concert Premiers on PBS November 25

Experience the world-renowned baritone performing songs from many musical genres alongside several special guest stars including Cyndi Lauper, Denée Benton, New York City Ballet principal dancer Tiler Peck and more.

Grammy, Emmy and Tony Award nominee Josh Groban returns to New York City’s famed 6,000-seat theater for an evening of hits, humor and heart. Recorded in April 2022, the concert is a celebration of the arts and serves as Groban’s love letter to New York City. The internationally acclaimed musician shares personal anecdotes and is joined by a full orchestra to perform his signature hits including “You Raise Me Up” as well as musical theater favorites “The Impossible Dream” and “Bring Him Home.”

— >> Friday, November 25 at 9 p.m. ET on PBS (check local listings) and streams via PBS Passport with additional songs


Musical Program (Broadcast):

  • “Out of My Box” – Josh Groban
  • “The World We Knew” – Josh Groban
  • “Angels” – Josh Groban
  • “Both Sides Now” – Josh Groban and Denée Benton
  • “New York Minute” – Josh Groban featuring live painting by David Garibaldi
  • “Granted” – Josh Groban and choir
  • “Time After Time” – Josh Groban and Cyndi Lauper
  • “Real Men Don’t Cry” – Josh Groban and Breland
  • “The Fullest” – Josh Groban and choir
  • “So She Dances” – Josh Groban featuring dance performance by Tiler Peck
  • “Bring Him Home” – Josh Groban
  • “You Raise Me Up” – Josh Groban and choir
  • “The Impossible Dream” – Josh Groban
  • “Empire State of Mind” – Josh Groban and choir

Additional Performances Streaming via PBS Passport:

  • “She” – Josh Groban
  • “Cinema Paradiso” – Josh Groban featuring violinist Itzhak Perlman
  • “Panis Angelicus” – Josh Groban with Martina Bruno
  • Drum Solo – Josh Groban
  • “Somewhere Over the Rainbow” – Josh Groban

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