Josh Groban's Live Performance at 2008 Emmy Awards


Josh Groban


Josh Groban sang a medley of soundtracks from 30 famous television shows at the extravagant night of 2008 Emmy Awards.

Josh Groban took the stage at this year's grand ceremony of the annual Emmy Awards. He performed a group of theme songs from 30 famous television shows that are played as a single piece of music at Los Angeles' Nokia Theatre on Sunday, September 21.

"Nothing I'm singing I've ever sung before, except for South Park with friends," Josh said before his live performance. "There's a lot of stuff that allows me to just be me, then there's a lot of stuff that allows me to let my multiple personalities to go play for a bit."

Josh's medley of classic TV theme songs included the words from "Andy Griffith Show", "The South Park" theme, and an acappella version of "The Brady Bunch" soundtrack. Finally his special appearance ended with a touching rendition of the theme from "The Carol Burnett Show".

Josh Groban's live performance at 2008 Emmy Awards:





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