Josh Groban releases ‘Celebrate Me Home’

Signer announces partnership with Capital One for livestream shows

Global superstar Josh Groban releases his version of the classic Kenny Loggins song, “Celebrate Me Home,” via Reprise Records. The song is off his forthcoming album, Harmony, out November 20th. Fans who pre-order the album will receive an instant grat download of “Celebrate Me Home,” along with the previously released “Impossible Dream.”

Groban also announces a partnership with Capital One for his upcoming livestream concert series.

Groban is taking fans on a virtual concert “tour” this fall with three new, intimate concerts filmed in-person and live streamed directly to audiences. Groban kicked off the virtual concert “tour” in October with the Broadway favorites concert.

“We are excited to be presenting sponsor of Josh Groban’s livestream concert series, one of the most anticipated events this holiday season,” states Byron Daub, Vice President of Sponsorships and Experiential Marketing at Capital One. “We know how much our customers value entertainment experiences they can share with family and friends and we are committed to bringing them access to premier events they can enjoy safely at home.”

Coming up, Groban will perform a concert in celebration of the release of Harmony. The concert will take place on Thanksgiving Day, November 26th at 4 pm ET. Immediately following, the livestream will be available to screen all weekend. Individual tickets start at $25 at JoshGroban.com/Livestream/Harmony.

On December 19th, Groban will also perform his first ever holiday concert. The concert will air at 4 pm EST and will be available to stream for 48 hours after the show begins. Individual tickets start at $30 at JoshGroban.com/Livestream/Holiday.

There are some exciting things in the works that Capital One cardholders will be able to exclusively take advantage of to celebrate this concert series, which will be announced soon.

Author: Buddy Iahn

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