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Josh Groban Makes Us Believe With New Music Video!

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Honestly, there's nothing like a little Josh Groban to help you get through the day!

The singer-songwriter recently released a music video for his cover of Stevie Wonder's I Believe (When I Fall In Love It Will Be Forever), and it's AMAZING!

The video starts out simply enough, with Josh singing all by himself in a large, empty hall. As he makes his way across the room, the music continues to build until he eventually finds himself in front of a HUGE choir to help him out with the epic finale!

Ch-ch-check out the awesome cover (above)!

The song is the final track on his album, All That Echoes, a decision Josh deliberately made to pay tribute to the iconic singer:

"Stevie Wonder writes these universally epic melodies that are a bit genre-less. He's genre-less. We just felt this was a great, positive, uplifting message to end a record that takes on every shade of love."

We couldn't agree more! And Josh more than does the song justice, which is not an easy task!

We don't know about you guys, but we DEFINITELY believe!

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3 comments to “Josh Groban Makes Us Believe With New Music Video!”



  1. 1

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  2. Mr Pete says – reply to this


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    SCHMULTZZZZZ



  3. 3

    I loved Josh Groban when his first two albums came out. They were AMAZZZZZZZZZZING. I was crazzzzzzzy about them.

    'eh not so much anymore. Sadly.