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From the Album 1. Getting Started 2. I Feel Like Dancing 3. Feel Good Too 4. Pancakes & Butter 5. Disco Sun 6. Irony of Loneliness 7. Little Time 8. You Might Like It 9. Lovesick Romeo 10. If You Think You've Seen It All

From the Album 1. Rise 2. Love Someone 3. Hello You Beautiful Thing 4. Long Drive 5. Everywhere 6. Best Friend 7. Quiet 8. Out Of My Hands 9. Its So Hard To Say Goodbye To Yesterday 10. 3 Things 11. You Can Rely On Me 12. Back To The Earth 13. A World With You 14. Shine

From the Album 1. The Freedom Song 2. Living in the Moment 3. The Woman I Love 4. I Won't Give Up 5. 5/6 6. Everything Is Sound 7. 93 Million Miles 8. Frank D. Fixer 9. Whos Thinking About You Now? 10. In Your Hands 11. Be Honest 12. The World As I See It 13. Im Coming Over

From the Album 1. Make It Mine 2. Im Yours 3. Lucky 4. Butterfly 5. Live High 6. Love For A Child 7. Details In The Fabric 8. Coyotes 9. Only Human 10. The Dynamo Of Volition 11. If It Kills Me 12. A Beautiful Mess

From the Single The Remedy (I Wont Worry)

From the Album 1. You And I Both 2. Ill Do Anything 3. The Remedy (I Wont Worry) 4. Who Needs Shelter 5. Curbside Prophet 6. Sleep All Day 7. Too Much Food 8. Absolutely Zero 9. On Love In Sadness 10. No Stopping Us 11. The Boys Gone 12. Tonight Not Again

Other Songs 0% Interest 10000 Motherf*ckers 1000 Things After An Afernoon After An Afternoon All Night Long All That Lies Anything You Want At Last Ballad Of FloZ Kid Bella Luna Better Better With You Boys Gone Bright Eyes Buklod Burning Bridges Cannabis College Cant Hold Out on Love Childlike Wild Childlike Wildlife Clockwatching Common Pleasure Conversation With Myself Dead End Dear Anna Details In Fabric Dialogue Did I Fool Ya? Did You Get My Message? DJ FM AM JJASON Dramatica Mujer Dream Life Of Rand McNally Fly Me To The Moon Forecast Freedom Song Freedom Song (Originally By Luc & The Lovington) Galaxy Geek In The Pink Good Old Daze Good Old-Fashioned Lover Boy Gratitude Gypsy MC Halfway Home Have It All Hearing Double Hey Love I Melt With You I Never Knew You Im Yours Kanlungan - Buklod Keep on Hoping Kickin It With You Let’s See What The Night Can Do Life Is Wonderful Little You Little You and I Little Youandi Look For The Good Love Is Real Love Is Still The Answer Make Love Making It Up Man Gave Names to All the Animals Might As Well Dance More Than Friends Mr. Curiosity Mudhouse / Gypsy MC Mudhouse / Gypsy MC My Kind No Doubling Back No Plans Not So Unusual Not So Usual O. Lover Older Love Undercover Older Lover Older Lover Undercover One Find Plain Jane Plane Please Dont Tell Her Rainbow Connection Remedy Rescue Right Kind Of Phrase Rocket Man Rough Water Run Boy Run Running Sail Away San Disco Reggaefornia San Disco Reggaefornia (Live) She Is The Bomb Shy That Way Silent Love Song Sing Glory Sleeeping To Dream- Jason Mraz Sleeping To Dream Song For A Friend Strange Suerte Summer Breeze Sunshine Song Take The Music Thatll Do The Beauty In Ugly The Darkest Space The Forecast The Joker Mash-Up With Everything I Own The Minute I Heard Of Love The Rainbow Connection The Remedy The Right Kind Of Phrase Thinkin About You This Is What Our Love Looks Like (This Movie Is) Rated Ours Time Out Try Try Try Unfold Unlonely Unravel Up Up (Live) Water What Mama Say What We Want What Would Love Do When We Die Who I Am Today Winter Wonderland Wise Woman Wordplay World as I See It [Live; Live] You do You You F*ckin Did It You Get Me High You Make Me High You Make Me Hight
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Jason Mraz is an American singer-songwriter who first came to prominence on the San Diego coffee house scene in 2000.

He was born and raised in Mechanicsville, Virginia. He enrolled at Longwood University in Farmville, Virginia, but instead of attending classes, he headed west on a road trip that ultimately brought him to San Diego, where he decided to stay.

Mraz has sold over seven million albums, and over 11 millions digital singles. -Wikipedia
Birth Name: Jason Thomas Mraz
Born: June 23, 1977 (age 47)
From: Mechanicsville, Virginia, U.S.
Genre(s): Pop rock, pop, blue-eyed soul, alternative rock, reggae, acoustic
Instrument(s): Vocals, guitar, piano, mandolin, mandola, banjo, ukulele
Occupation(s): Singer-songwriter, musician
Active From: 1999-present
Associated Acts: Christina Perri, Colbie Caillat, Jack Johnson, Tristan Prettyman
Did You Know:
His hit single The Remedy was about a friend who had cancer
Careers can disappear just as quickly as they're made, so I'm in no hurry.

I've always been happy. I've just been loving doing this. It's just great. I couldn't ask for anything more. I've great friends and family.

I've been compared to people since the beginning. When you're starting out, you need a comparison so people will understand you right away.

In the words of Michael Jackson: I'm a lover, not a fighter.

It was a very bizarre experience for me, to get the songs together, go in there, and try to deliver them as I would perhaps in a live setting. But I realized that I couldn't take on that coffeehouse style that I came from and go in there and burn it up.

My dad is still the only Mraz in the Mechanicsville phone book, so he's getting calls from girls to see if I'm home!

My goal is to show everyone that they, too, can do what they love to do.

My parents dreaded the fact that I was changing my life to do this, but I just kept doing it.

Our shows are packed with laughter and light-hearted songs to lift the listener from their everyday life. We encourage the audience to participate in any way.

Sometimes you forget where the heck you are but when you get on stage, you know by the look on the people's faces and the accent in their voices where you might be.

Surrender to life itself and you'll just be rewarded with so many things. And I've been rewarded so many times, in so many mysterious ways. So I have no reason to be disappointed with anything.

The easiest songs to write are pure fiction. There is no limit to how you can tell the story. I find it difficult when I'm replaying an event through a song.

Traveling has a major impact on what I do, cause all over the world I'm meeting all kinds of people. And relationships is the second major impact that I have. I just enjoy the variety that the world has to offer.

We want people to see us live before we continue on and call ourselves recording artists.

What I enjoy the most about all this is the traveling. I love that my job allows me to travel all over the world.

When I was in high school, The Dave Matthews Band was a local band, and that was the first time I was starting to connect with a live band that was something that wasn't on the radio or TV.

Getting on stage is a bonus, that's my therapy, that's when I can tell stories and it all makes sense.

I basically had the idea when I was 18 that I wanted to write my own songs. I knew it was going to be a long, tough road, and I was like, if I just begin now, by the time I'm 40, I'll be good at it.

I buy records from all across the board. I get kind of a hybrid of influences in my own music.

I came from Mechanicsville, Virginia, where you have four seasons.

I didn't want to be a headshot and get a chance to go compete to sing-that's not me.

I encourage the players to simply feel what they feel and relay that on tape. The outcome was brighter than I could have ever imagined.

I had always been singing, all of my life, but it wasn't until I got out of high school and was on my own that I didn't have any accompaniment.

I had never made a record before, so I didn't know anything about it. I don't know anything about knobs, frequencies, tones.

I think anyone who uses the web is smart and will profit.

I think especially with the Internet and the amount of reality shows that are going on, there's no way to keep a secret anymore, so I try to let my project be as much as reality show as I can allow it to be.

I was looking for inspiration. I found it in California. The weather was always great, and the majority of San Diego seemed to be youth-and if you weren't 21 and couldn't get into the clubs, you'd go to a coffeehouse and hang out.

I'm always thinking about the next record. I've got like 20 different themes and then I'll scratch the themes. It's a learning process.

I'm totally into new age and self-help books. I used to work in a bookstore and that's the section they gave me, and I got way into it. I just loved the power of positive thinking, letting yourself go.
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