Josh Groban’s Singing “What A Wonderful World” In The Shower Is Amazing

What’s a number-one best-selling artist to do when he can’t get into the studio to lay down some professionally-mixed tracks? Take advantage of his shower’s natural reverb of course.

In Josh Groban’s newest YouTube series #ShowerSongs, the nationally acclaimed tenor masterfully tackles some of our favorites from the comfort of his white-tiled shower.

This Louis Armstrong tribute has got to be his best bathroom-inspired hit yet. Though this tune first made headlines in 1967 with Armstrong’s signature “rasp,” it is still treasured today as one of the most timeless tunes to ever come out of the 20th century.

As Groban brings our wonderful world’s “skies of blue and clouds of white” to life with his dusky tone, we’re all transported to a place of peace and tranquility that can brighten even the darkest of days.