Josh GrobanJosh Groban recently relocated from Los Angeles to New York to start a new chapter in his life. The single musician, who is preparing for the release of his new album 'Illuminations,' had professional and personal reasons for the move, admitting to PopEater, "I'm single, I'm almost 30, and there's a ton of reasons why now is the time to escape from Los Angeles."

"Now is the time for me to do it. And if I don't do it, I'll always wonder what if," Groban said at the opening night concert of the New York Philharmonic's new season.

The 'Hidden Away' singer opened up about his admiration for jazz icon Wynton Marsalis, whose 'Swing Symphony' received its U.S. premiere at the concert, his move to New York, being single and his new film with Steve Carell, 'Crazy, Stupid, Love,' out next year.