04 December, 2008

Congratulations Josh...

A Grammy nomination...

Field 3 - Traditional Pop
Category 14
Best Traditional Pop Vocal Album (For albums containing 51% or more playing time of VOCAL tracks.)

* Still Unforgettable - Natalie Cole [DMI Records]
* The Sinatra Project - Michael Feinstein [Concord Music Group]
* Noël - Josh Groban [143/Reprise]
* In The Swing Of Christmas - Barry Manilow [Hallmark/Arista]
* Rufus Does Judy At Carnegie Hall - Rufus Wainwright [Geffen]

For an album that was recorded in a couple of weeks as a thank-you gift for the fans, this is wonderful news.

Now we just have to wait until Feb 2009 to hear the words "And the Grammy goes to...."


  1. Josh's never won the Grammys, has he? I hope now he will get it. I will be keeping my fingers crossed. He is worthy of it!

  2. Josh was nominated for the 2005 Grammys for Best Male Pop Vocal Performance, "You Raise Me Up".

    But the category was won by John Mayer and his song "Daughters". :-(

  3. this is great news! :) a bestseller album such as Noel and with vocals asuch as Josh's is worthy of a Grammy. :)

  4. Omg im so excited that Josh is nominated!!!!! hope he wins he well deserves it...

  5. I'm a "Newbinite". I have spent the past month absorbing anything and everything on the internet on Josh Groban. I found two sites that are very helpful in putting things into a nonchaotic order. One is That Josh Groban Guy and this one. Josh is a very special and gifted individual-which everyone is aware of. Anyway, thank you for this site and making it very accessible to all that Josh is doing.

  6. Thank you Anonymous. Welcome to the wonderful world of Grobania... Your life will never be the same. LOL

  7. You are so right!!! He is so comforting in his voice and music and the world is so much more blessed in that he wants to share his gift to anyone who wants to listen.

  8. Holy buckets! Just discovered the Josh has a profile on CMT.com of all places. Not sure how this happened or how his music fits in, but wow-I'm just stunned.


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