In order to do that, I feel like I need to continue to have new material, which spurs me on and also gives the audience something new to attach to.
Josh Groban returns to PBS in an all-new television special based on his latest album, Stages, which explores one of Josh's earliest musical loves - Broadway and Broadway musicals.
Recorded with producers Humberto Gatica and Bernie Herms in both Los Angeles and London's Abbey Road (with a 75-piece orchestra), Stages features songs from LES MISERABLES ("Bring Him Home"); Rodgers and Hammerstein's Carousel ("You'll Never Walk Alone"); Stephen Sondheim's Sunday in the Park with George ("Finishing the Hat"), Sweeney Todd ("Not While I'm Around") and Into the Woods ("Children Will Listen"); The Fantasticks ("Try to Remember"); A Chorus Line("What I Did For Love"); Andrew Lloyd Webber's Phantom of the Opera ("All I Ask of You"), The Wizard of Oz ("Over the Rainbow"), and others.
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So it was nice to be able to embrace a new story.” Courtnall, at least on paper, might not seem like the most likely person to click with Mc Lachlan, who is known for her sensitive, intelligent and emotionally rich songwriting.
Sarah Mc Lachlan is brimming with good vibes these days, back on track musically with this year’s album, Shine On, and a live show that’s earning rave reviews as it makes its way across the country. The Canadian pop superstar has been through a difficult time in recent years, facing a series of challenges that started with the unexpected departure of her husband of 11 years, who was her drummer and is the father of her two daughters. To top it off, she parted ways with her longtime management company.“I was really happy to turn 40 and then everything fell apart at that point,” recalls the singer-songwriter, who’s now 46.