Josh Groban CDs

A List of Josh Groban's Albums

Since his debut album in 2001, Josh Groban has enjoyed great success. Like Andrea Bocelli, Groban isn't an operatic singer, but his classically influenced voice has mesmerized and captured the hearts of many people around the world, selling over 23 million albums worldwide. Learn more about Josh Groban in this Josh Groban profile.

At just 20 years old, Josh Groban's self-titled debut album went double-platinum just six months after its release. Since then, the album has sold almost 5 million copies in the U.S. alone. On the album, you'll find the two songs featured on the hit television show Ally McBeal - "You're Still You" and "To Where You Are." While listening to the album, it's hard to think that you're listening to such a young singer - Groban's voice is quite mature, well-rounded, and full of depth.

Key Song: "You're Still You" (Preview, Purchase, and Download)

Josh Groban's second studio album sold 375,000 copies in the first week of its release, and thanks to the popularity of its single "You Raise Me Up," it shot to the No. 1 spot on the Billboard charts. "You Raise Me Up" also earned Groban a Grammy nomination for Best Male Pop Vocal Performance. On this album, you'll hear a variety of different languages: English, Spanish, French, and Italian.

Key Song: "You Raise Me Up" (Preview, Purchase, and Download)

Debuting at No. 2 on the Billboard charts, Josh Groban's third studio album features a unique mix of collaborators. Groban, who not only sang the songs but also co-wrote and co-produced several of them, collaborated with Dave Matthews, Imogen Heap, Herbie Hancock, Glen Ballard, and more. And just like his previous albums, Awake has gone multi-platinum in the U.S. alone.

Key Song: "You Are Loved (Don't Give Up)" (Preview, Purchase, and Download)

Josh Groban's fourth studio-recorded album is a Christmas one. With special guests such as Faith Hill, Brian McKnight, and the Mormon Tabernacle Choir, you'll find this album to be one of the better Christmas albums out there. Its traditional music and classic orchestrations are easy on the ears, and Groban's vocals are just as pleasing. Though, having listened to each of his albums while compiling this list, I find I like his voice from his debut days better. His voice today doesn't sound as deep and resonant as it did on his self-titled debut album.

Key Song: "Ave Maria" (Preview, Purchase, and Download)

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