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Josh Groban's New York City tour stop coming to theaters for one night only

Brian Bowen SmithIf you missed Josh Groban's Bridges tour, you'll be able to enjoy it next month -- at a theater near you.

On Tuesday, February 12, Josh Groban Bridges from Madison Square Garden will screen in select cinemas nationwide. The concert was recorded this past fall in New York City at the final U.S. stop of the Bridges tour. 

In addition to material from his current album Bridges and past hits, Josh also welcomes Idina Menzel to the stage for two duets: "Lullaby" and "Falling Slowly," from the movie Once. In addition, Jennifer Nettles joins Josh to sing their duet on Bridges, "99 Years."

The concert, featuring Josh backed by a 14-piece orchestra and a full band, also features renditions of Billy Joel's "She's Always a Woman," Paul Simon's "Bridge Over Troubled Water," "Pure Imagination" from Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory and "Bring Him Home," from Les Miserables.

Josh has also recorded an introduction specifically for the screening, offering insight into why this New York show was so memorable.

He tweeted, "It was a really special night, and I’m thrilled to share it with everyone."

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