Apr 16, 2015


Tickets On Sale Now

(DETROIT– September 11, 2015) — Multi-platinum recording artist Josh Groban has invited Tony Award®- winning actress, Lena Hall, to join him onstage for several songs, including two duets, during his Fall 2015 North American tour. The Stages Tour will visit the Fox Theatre on Friday, October 9, giving fans accustomed to seeing Groban perform in arenas (as he did on his 2013 “In The Round” and “All that Echoes” tours) a more uniquely intimate experience. In addition to taking the stage with Josh, Lena will also perform two songs on her own.

Tickets ($56, $75.50 and $95.50) are on sale now and can be purchased at,, The Fox Theatre and Joe Louis Arena box offices, Hockeytown Authentics in Troy (without service charge) at all Ticketmaster locations and To charge tickets by phone, call (800) 745- 3000. For additional information, call (313) 471-6611. With every ticket purchased online, fans will receive a choice of either a standard physical or a standard digital copy of Stages.

Singer and actress, Lena Hall, is best known for her Tony Award®-winning (Best Featured Actress In A Musical) role in Hedwig & The Angry Inch. She had previously been seen on stage in Kinky Boots, Tarzan, Dracula, The Musical, 42nd Street and Cats. She is also the lead singer for The Deafening, an indie rock band based in New York City.

Josh Groban's, Stages, is a collection of some of the greatest musical theater songs of all time, which Groban describes as “gorgeously arranged songs that have stood the test of time,” and which he was drawn to because of their combination of “incredible melody with an incredible story.” Recorded with producers Humberto Gatica and Bernie Herms in both Los Angeles and London’s Abbey Road (with a 75-piece orchestra), Stages features songs from Les Misérables (“Bring Him Home”); Rodgers and Hammerstein’s Carousel (“You’ll Never Walk Alone”); Stephen Sondheim’s Sunday in the Park with George (“Finishing the Hat”), Sweeney Todd (“Not While I’m Around”) and Into the Woods (“Children Will Listen”); The Fantasticks (“Try to Remember”); A Chorus Line (“What I Did For Love”); Andrew Lloyd Webber’s Phantom of the Opera (“All I Ask of You”), The Wizard of Oz (“Over the Rainbow”), and others. Another highlight is “Pure Imagination,” originally sung by Gene Wilder in the film Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory. Watch the album trailer for Stages here.

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