By Rito P. Asilo
Josh Groban celebrates the Valentine season with the release of his radio-accessible sixth studio recording about romantic upheavals, “All That Echoes.” The album is notable for garnishing its 12-track repertoire with pop’s genre-redefining elements, without forgetting the 31-year-old crooner’s conservative musical roots.
Josh Groban enjoyed singing sad songs about a breakup on his last album, 2010’s Rick Rubin-produced “Illuminations.” So when the singer started recording his latest album, which is about another breakup, he changed his approach.
By Ramon H. Royandoyan
Though he’s been on the touring circuit for a few years, Josh Groban still has some tricks up his sleeve for his coming album, “All That Echoes.”