In his appearance on ABC's "Nightline" on Fabruary 5, Josh Groban appeared, making another grab at the charts with a new album, "All That Echoes." He's had some hit songs on the classical crossover charts, but has not been able to find the love he's looking for.
Despite a long relationship with January Jones and a rumored relationship with Katy Perry, Josh Groban is still looking for love. He doesn't think he's a chick magnet. "I would like to date someone who likes my music."
He has very high ideals about love. He told Jiu Jiu Chang, "I want to be the dad that my dad was to me." Considering that his parents have a long and happy marriage, he's got a high bar to clear.
In this clip from "Nightline," he is every bit as fun and goofy as he is on Twitter or when he appeared on "Jimmy Kimmel Live" singing "The Tweets of Kanye West." His acting appearances often have a comic flavor and a natural goofiness which he clearly celebrates. He's appeared on "Glee" as himself. He doesn't rule out being a judge on a show like NBC's "The Voice" but sees himself more of an educator.
Groban's also got a heart for music, he discussed having been raised in a musical home and that music education is important to him. He renamed the Josh Groban Foundation the Find Your Light Foundation. FYLF supports music programs, especially as such programs are being cut from school programs.
With the release of the album, Groban will be everywhere on television. Valentine's Day will be a very special treat for Grobanites. He will be in Los Angeles on NBC's "Ellen" during the day at 4 p. m. on KNBC channel 4, and ABC's "Jimmy Kimmel Live" at 11:35 p.m. For those who get Sirius XM, he will also be on the show "Town Hall." For those who can't get enough, he will also appear as himself on CBS's "CSI:NY" a 9 p. m. Pacific time.
Perhaps in all of his travels and appearances, he will cross paths with a special lady and fall in love again! For more information and a list of his appearance, please visit www.joshgroban.com.