Josh Groban’s Great Big Radio City Show to Stream Free This Month

Josh Groban’s Great Big Radio City Show to Stream Free This Month

Grammy, Emmy and Tony Award nominee Josh Groban returns to New York City’s Radio City Music Hall for an evening of hits, humor, and heart. Recorded in April 2022, the concert will be streaming later this month through PBS' Great Performances series, which is celebrating its 50th season.

Experience the world-renowned baritone performing songs from many musical genres together with special guest stars Cyndi Lauper, Denée Benton, and New York City Ballet principal dancer Tiler Peck.

The full concert will be streaming for free later this month - and here's how to watch:



The internationally acclaimed musician shares personal stories and is joined by a full orchestra to perform musical hits such as “You Raise Me Up” as well as “The Impossible Dream” and “Bring Him Home.”

Groban is also joined on stage by Grammy, Emmy, and Tony winner Cyndi Lauper, Tony nominee Denée Benton, Country Music Television Award nominee Breland, and New York City principal ballet dancer Tiler Peck.

Presented as part of Great Performances 50th anniversary season, the special will air November 25th at 9PM ET and will be available to stream for free for a limited period of 30 days. The show will stream through PBS' official Great Performances site.



The musical numbers in the filmed program include: “Out of My Box”, “The World We Knew”, “Angels”, “Both Sides Now” – Josh Groban and Denée Benton, “New York Minute” – Josh Groban featuring live painting by David Garibaldi, “Granted”, “Time After Time” – Josh Groban and Cyndi Lauper, "Real Men Don’t Cry” – Josh Groban and Breland, "The Fullest”, “So She Dances” – Josh Groban featuring dance performance by Tiler Peck, “Bring Him Home”, “You Raise Me Up”, “The Impossible Dream”, and “Somewhere Over the Rainbow”.

Great Performances: Josh Groban’s Great Big Radio City Show is directed by Joe Thomas and produced by Diarmuid Quinn, Britton Billik and Michael T. Fiur. For Great Performances, Bill O’Donnell is the series producer and David Horn is executive producer.