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Topic - Josh Groban
Country musician Brad Paisley is working his magic on ABC's reality competition show "Rising Star," which airs Sundays at 9 p.m.
Variety magazine feted Idina Menzel, Iman, Claire Danes and others Friday for their "Power of Women: New York" issue - but not for how much power they have, but how they wield it for good.
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.
He told her in 1992 that it was his favorite song of hers, and she sang it at his inauguration.
"For a guy who's at the top of the label chain to also say, `Let's take chances and let's make music that just makes us feel really, really good' was so impressive to me," Groban said of Cavallo, who has also produced records for the Goo Goo Dolls, My Chemical Romance and Paramore.