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Josh Groban to mix it up - as usual - for Boston tour stop

1 month ago   |   By Boston Herald

Charlie Gabriel, left, Branden Lewis, and Ronell Johnson of Preservation Hall Jazz Band perform at the New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival, on Friday, May 6, 2022, in New Orleans.
As one of the most popular modern singers of classic-model pop and Broadway songs, Josh Groban is often called the keeper of the flame. But he's a little too modest to see it that way.
“I'd say we're all keepers of the flame - any of us who are out there singing from the heart, singing what we love, trying to keep things fresh but still being a student of history. Music is meant to evolve, to find new...
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