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It's a Big deal to be honoring Caroll Spinney at this year's Puppets for Puppetry event (benefitting Center for Puppetry Arts) – May 5th in Los Angeles! Tickets & info at www.puppetsforpuppetry.com

Wanda Thomas

3 days ago

Have contemplated this exact topic somewhat, but did not reach just about any final thoughts. 👏

William Frentz

3 days ago

Kate Jackson McCarney

Rohan Verma

3 days ago

Went and saw the Jim Henson exhibits last year. Really neat!

Yes we are. :)

Sophia Gabbei

5 days ago

Red Rocks counting the days I see you at the most amazing venue ever. Front row Center with a friend who's sister has bad cancer. It's on her bucket list to see you. There traveling from Minnesota!!! Terry Thoreson

Opah Kirsten J Burks

5 days ago

Lectures at San Diego Universities Spotlight Human Organ Trafficking in China
November 19, 2017 | By a Falun Dafa practitioner in San Diego

(M The International Coalition to End Organ Pillaging in China co-hosted panel discussions at two large public universities in San Diego, California earlier this month. The events aimed to raise awareness of China’s massive organ transplant abuses and support a resolution introduced by State Senator Joel Anderson in the California Senate condemning human rights violations in China. The resolution, SJR 10, was pulled from the Senate floor after threats from the Chinese Consulate in San Francisco.

Panel members at San Diego State University, November 1, 2017, (L to R): Ms. Grace Huiying Li, Dr. Shizong Chen, Senator Joel Anderson, Hon. David Kilgour, and David Matas. California State Senator Joel Anderson (center) speaks about the importance of getting SJR 10 back on the Senate floor. He said, “We cannot tolerate interference from a communist foreign power with the state legislature.”

Approximately 200 students and faculty members attended the event at the Parma Payne Goodall Alumni Center at San Diego State University (SDSU) on the evening of November 1.

A second event took place the following evening at the Price Center Theater on the University of California San Diego (UCSD) campus.

Among the speakers at both events were Senator Joel Anderson, former Canadian Secretary of State Hon. David Kilgour, and international human rights lawyer David Matas.

Mr. Kilgour and Mr. Matas co-authored the book Bloody Harvest and two investigative reports on forced organ harvesting from Falun Gong prisoners, the main victims of this crime.

They spoke about their investigation over the past decade, in particular, their 2016 updated report which estimates that the Chinese regime is performing 60,000-100,000 transplants per year, as opposed to 10,000 per year, as Chinese authorities claim.

“I was a prosecutor for ten years, so I know something about evidence,” Mr. Kilgour said. “Our investigation found evidence of large-scale organ seizures from unwilling Falun Gong practitioners. Their vital organs, including kidneys, livers, corneas, and hearts, were seized involuntarily for sale at high prices, sometimes to foreigners, who normally face long waits for voluntary donations of such organs in their home countries.”

As a result of the overwhelming evidence of the illicit organ trade in China, Israel, Taiwan, Italy, and Spain have passed laws to stop their citizens from receiving illegally-sourced human organs. In June 2016, by unanimous consent, the House Representatives of the U.S. Congress passed House Resolution 343, expressing concern regarding persistent and credible reports of systematic, state-sanctioned organ harvesting from non-consenting prisoners of conscience in China, including from large numbers of Falun Gong practitioners, as well as Christians, Tibetans, and Uyghurs.

Lara Pavlič

5 days ago

VANCOUVER, CANADA, we wait for you, before Nov 1 tho. Then we leave for Mexico winters........ come on now....... we wait patiently like good Canadians.......

everything is sound

Roger Metaruhisu Jr.

12 days ago

Thank you. My "Mraz" routine helps me "keep on-keepong on".I completely appreciate your ability to help me "center "
Cheers!

Michael Davey

12 days ago

Just quick question
You probably get these all the time If you had few months ahead of time would you go to warped tour this last warped tour we’ll just wanted to ask ahead of time

Angel Mendoza

12 days ago

You don't need a vacation when there's nothing to escape on!! :)

Volume up. #mrazland @billygalewood

Surprise for your ears! An official new music video is released today. Enjoy! https://youtu.be/CSMtbaPgpME

(Bunny by Lifeofmill)

Fany Zamudio

22 days ago

Jason Mraz I laughed so freakin' hard! I love her harry arm reaching for your photo! Thank you for this little gem! Keep being awesome!! 😂😂😂

Mac Antony Yamba

22 days ago

One of my favorite songs! The video was hilarious! It’s nice to see someone with a great sense of humor! ❤️

Lior Brosh

22 days ago

“Why is music so powerful? Is it not because rhythm and harmony find the way to the most secret corners of the soul, carrying grace in its movements and making the soul generous?” My favorite Star ✨♥️

Little Rock. Last show. Everything must go. Find Jerry (and Dad) in the Lower Lobby Level. :)
Thanks Jen.

A trivial pursuit with @billygalewood. #mrazland

To everyone who came to the shows this month, I thank you for your gift of time, love, and listening. I am me because you are you.

(Photos: Sonni Nichole Reese)

Dianna Howell

24 days ago

Loved your show in Corpus Christi! We came all the way from Winnipeg, Canada to see you! Planned our Spring Break trip around coming to see you! I hope you’ll come to Winnipeg sometime!!!

Break Stuff

24 days ago

Went to your show last night in Tulsa, OK! Was so excited to see you were finally coming to OK! You fed my heart and soul and I totally fell more in love with you! Didn't know you were so funny! Was disappointed that I had to dance while seated, so I apologize the crowd wasn't up and moving. I couldn't stop moving! Was hoping to hear Butterfly 🦋. Hopefully you will be back and I'll definitely be there again! Thank you for sharing yourself and your 🎶!!!

Yanni Perez Chavez

24 days ago

Best concert I’ve been to was Knoxville’s acoustic show at the Tennessee Theater! Killed is Mr. A to Z!

To everyone who came to the shows this month, I thank you for your gift of time, love, and listening. I am me because you are you. (Photos: @sonninichole)

For the past few weeks I've had the pleasure of touring the country with my Dad. Since I began touring in 2003 he's wanted to drive the bus, lay cable or sell t-shirts; wherever he can be helpful. I insist he relax and enjoy being retired but... that'll never happen. Thanks for doing all the work, Dad. I love you. #mrazland

Your Bald Man Around Town reporting live for #Mrazland. (Video: @billygalewood)

Tour time is our time. #mrazland

Thank you Shreveport LA. That was fun.

When the people lead, the leaders will follow. -Gandhi

Quiequ Kent II

a month ago

Can you set up a match for all the ignorant parents who claim they had no idea what their kid was involved in? Or a march for the people who are killed every second due to drunk driving?! Guns don’t kill! People do!!!

Devon Bergqvist

a month ago

Jason can you get these teens to stop texting and driving? Teens texting while driving is responsible for more teen deaths every day than are guns. Why is No one marching to get these phones out of the hands of teens driving? Yes we need common sense gun control but why is texting while driving taking a back seat to guns when it's the more deadlier of the two problems?

Nancy Miller

a month ago

Up until 30 or 40 plus years into the 20th century, street minstrels and stage actors weren't really held in very high esteem, and that's to say the most concerning their chosen vocation. Even the greats, like Mozart, Beethoven, Shakespeare...etc, (to whom Mraz couldn't hold a candle) dragged along financially with moderate to mediocre success.
Why are they and their opinions worth so much now??
Jason Mraz would be a low life, panhandler prior to 1930. I honestly don't see anything in him, that would make his political opinion more relevant than my own...or anyone else's political opinion. Ditto for all the rest of the mostly, mush-brained entertainers, to whom the public pays too much attention.

Love is still the answer.

Welcome to Instagram VP @algore. #2020? :) @climatereality

I love my fans. & @billygalewood. jasonmraz.com/tour #mrazland

Thank you Ft Myers, FL. Happy Bday Leslie.

Lazy Sunday.

Cant do it alone.

SPARC - School of the Performing Arts in the Richmond Community presents LIVE ART. My favorite show of the year. Now in our 6th season!!

More info: http://sparconline.org/liveart

Ruth Guzman

a month ago

Hi Jason, a few months ago, you had a concert at San Diego. I live in Mexicali, Baja California, I'm a super huge fan and the closest you've ever played is at San Diego. I've been there every single time. I even went to a concert at Mexico City. But this particular time, this last time you played at San Diego, I wasn't able to be there because the tickets were sold out in SECONDS! I was literally waiting for the time they'd be for sale and was willing to pay what was needed or willing to go to another city but I didn't. Because I don't think letting people buy big amounts of tickets just to be resold is fair. I think true fans should be able to buy your tickets instead of letting people continue with this unfair business. My daughter is a huge fan of you as well, her favorite band is Panic! At the Disco and she just found out today that they're playing at Cleveland, Ohio tomorrow. They just announced it today and they're selling the tickets right at the door and not letting people resale them. I honestly think that's amazing. That's the kind of stuff that proves you care about your true fans and I think you should do something like this too. I'd be willing to pay what it takes as long as it's you pricing the tickets and not some nonfan trying to do their business. Because as a true fan, I'm telling you... I'd be there.

Sónia Mota

a month ago

When is it?

John Carthen

a month ago

Ottawa: Films on China's Organ Crimes Screened by Canadian MPs and Bioethics Society
April 19, 2017

() Two films were recently screened in Ottawa, a drama and a documentary, on the issue of state-sanctioned organ harvesting in China, and were sponsored by Canadian Parliament Members and the Canadian Bioethics Society.

“The Bleeding Edge” is based on true stories, and stars Anastasia Lin, Miss World Canada, who tells a story of a jailed and tortured Falun Gong practitioner who faces the risk of becoming a victim of forced organ harvesting.

The award-winning documentary, “Human Harvest: China’s Illegal Organ Trade,” with the same director, Vancouver resident Leon Lee, assembles a considerable amount of evidence on the Chinese Communist Party's killing of Falun Gong practitioners for their organs.

“The Bleeding Edge”
Conservative Member of Parliament (MP) Garnett Genuis and former Liberal MP and Former Justice Minister Irwin Cotler co-hosted the screening of “The Bleeding Edge” on April 4, 2017 at the National Press Theatre.

MP Genuis (right), former MP Cotler (middle) and Miss World Canada Anastasia Lin answer questions from the audience after the screening.

“Powerful, powerful film,” Genuis said. “Every component of the film, in terms of the experience of [Falun Gong] persecution, relates to real events taken from the lives of real people who shared that information. So it is a powerful form of testimony about the evil of this organ harvesting that is happening in China.”

“I think everybody leaves here with a strong sense of resolve and responsibility, for us to take action as Canadians to address these human rights abuses,” he added.

Cotler, who had seen “The Bleeding Edge” previously at a screening in Prague, Czech Republic, last October, said he was again very moved by the film.

“This is a crime against humanity. It is horrific enough. Those engaged in it will have to be held accountable, and we as a country, as a government, as a parliament, have to ensure we are not in any way facilitating it … indulging it. We will hold them accountable—that is what this legislation is all about.”

The Former Liberal Justice Minister said he supports engaging with China, but “engaging on behalf of the people of China, on behalf of the Falun Gong, and holding those committing these crimes accountable.”

Holding to account those engaged in this activity “is the best way to engage with the Chinese people,” he said.

Everyone who sees “The Bleeding Edge,” Cotler added, will and should be shocked and outraged, knowing that it is based on fact. “So I think it’s the responsibility of Parliament, the government, the people, to ensure this kind of criminality is ended.”

“This is an assault on fundamental Chinese values … that find expression in the Falun Gong--Truth-Compassion-Tolerance. Those are the things we have to work for and strive for.”

On the same day, Genuis made an announcement that he would revive Cotler’s private member’s bill that makes it a criminal offense for Canadians to receive organs harvested by force. The bill also bars foreigners who have participated in this activity from entering Canada.

“Human Harvest”
The documentary “Human Harvest” was screened at the University of Ottawa on April 6, 2017, as part of National Health Ethics Week coordinated by the Canadian Bioethics Society, and was screened later at Parliament Hill on April 11.

“As we saw in the film, prisoners of conscience often convicted of nothing are the primary source of pillaged organs. They include Uyghurs, Tibetans, and Christians, but are overwhelmingly Falun Gong practitioners long dehumanized in Party-state media across China,” said David Kilgour, who attended both screenings.

Kilgour, who is a former MP, cabinet minister, lawyer, and prosecutor, is featured in the film along with his co-authors of the update report, Winnipeg-based international human rights lawyer David Matas, and American investigative journalist Ethan Gutmann.

“This [film] made me realize how much injustice there is, and how we can do better,” said Karli Zschogner, coordinator for Canada’s All-Party Parliamentary Group on the Prevention of Genocide and Other Crimes Against Humanity.

“It gives a lot of evidence that you cannot ignore,” Zschogner said. “As Canadians and the Canadian government, we have to do our part.”

“This film was very touching and inspiring. It’s sad, but it gives us hope that we have to work more to end that,” said Shahram Golestaneh of the Iran Democratic Association.

“If we don’t do it, we would have the same scene that we have seen in previous centuries and prior to every genocide that has happened, because people ignored what was right to do,”Golestaneh said in an interview after the screening.

“I’ve been familiar with the travesty of this for a number of years, and it doesn’t get any easier the more one knows. It’s wrong. It’s simply wrong,” said Maureen Korp, a professor and a writer, “that’s not what medicine should be.

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#readyforuniversal
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Steve Bridich

a month ago

Excellent show in Miami. My wife and I had a great time. Just one question. When are you coming back?

Paul Whitehead

a month ago

“My Guitars Are Out Of Tune Cuz I Took Them On The Rollercoasters!!!”

Lodden Ashley Butler

a month ago

Amazing show tonight. Possibly the best show I've ever seen. Acoustic and in such a small theater. Everything sounded awesome!

Feels good to be back.
Photo credit: Dad.

Kristi Magers Wooden

a month ago

We had a 3 generation girls night out in Huntsville AL. What a great show!!!!!

Natalie Poole Vanhorn

a month ago

4 days until you're in my town! Cannot wait!!!

Matthew Lee

a month ago

LO-O-OVED Jason in Huntsville, AL last night! I was super excited all day, and the show did not disappoint--my son and I talked about it all the way home! :) <3

Feels good to be back. Photo credit: Dad.

Good Morning. @frissonespresso

Good Vibes at Java Joe's last night with good friends Toca Rivera, MC Flow, and Michael Natter. Feels good to be home.

Every album & tour starts here with a few Java Joe's shows to get back to the why and how of what it's all about.

(Photo: Sharisse Coulter)

Allison Guttenplan

2 months ago

One of my favorite artists...how I have not been to a concert yet is perplexing.

Val Valorenz

2 months ago

You need to check out an artist that reminds me of you. He was on the X factor. His name is Chase Goehring. Take a listen. You will be amazed. If you don’t then shame on you.

Nguyễn Bá Hoàng Duy

2 months ago

one of my favorite song'in my life is the song i'm your's ?.i'am your fans in the philiphines and i hope that i'll see u in personal in our country...i love u idol.

Good Vibes at Java Joe's last night with good friends Toca Rivera, MC Flow, and Michael Natter. Feels good to be home. Every album & tour starts here with a few Java Joe's shows to get back to the why and how of what it's all about. (Photo: @sharissecoulter)

Second show added at Marymoor Amphitheatre in WA on September 9. Good vibes. More info: jasonmraz.com/tour (Photo: @ericmorgensen)

Second show added at Marymoor Amphitheatre in WA on September 9. Good vibes.

Pre-sale starts tomorrow, Feb 21 at 10am PT using the password GOODTIMES. On sale Friday. http://jasonmraz.com/tour

(Photo: Eric Morgensen)

Seunghee Lee

2 months ago

I think...Jason is no longer the Jason we knew...the sweet innocent kid wanting more. They got to him. End of story. Some day... these kids will figure out that fame and fortune....has serious consequences!

Candace Desiree Kittinger

2 months ago

FYI, I'm not seeing the presale button on AXS. :(

Mylou Chagnaud

2 months ago

Can you add a second show to San Antonio?

Sundays are for crossword puzzles, coffee shop snuggles, and whatever's clever to forget your troubles. (Photo: @jenrosenstein)

‪Get on the bus. GOOD VIBES are headed your way. Join me and Brett Dennen for a good night of good vibes and good times. It's good for the soul.‬

‪Summer tour tickets are on sale today! Visit http://jasonmraz.com/tour for the latest info in your area.‬

Paiman Slamet

2 months ago

Please please come to Va Beach Va Jason. Your the best!

Iara Morgana

2 months ago

I LOVE the song Another Victory. Hope it’s on the new album!

Madison Penoyer

2 months ago

Just got our tix to the show at The Greek in Berkeley!!!!! So excited!

The bra in Broadway. Actors hide their microphone packs wherever they can. This one from Shure runs on a new digital frequency as opposed to the often interfere-able radio days of old. As if hearing the sirens and subways thru the exit doors wasn't enough - back in the day a wireless mic pack could accidentally transmit local radio or taxi communication straight into the sound system.

The speaker by the ceiling broadcasts the show as it's happening so everyone knows where we are in the program. Every weekend my tiny speaker had to compete with the Bon Jovi cover band next door.

(Photo: Jen Rosenstein)

Jennifer Echols

2 months ago

Could you be any sexier OMG

Eun Sil Kim

2 months ago

Kelly Gordon Kaufman- did you see this picture?

Wang Hsuan Ju

2 months ago

Bringing sexy back. Yeah.

The bra in Broadway. Actors hide their microphone packs wherever they can. This one from Shure runs on a new digital frequency as opposed to the often interfere-able radio days of old. As if hearing the sirens and subways thru the exit doors wasn't enough - back in the day a wireless mic pack could accidentally transmit local radio or taxi communication straight into the sound system. The speaker by the ceiling broadcasts the show as it's happening so everyone knows where we are in the program. Every weekend my tiny speaker had to compete with the Bon Jovi cover band next door.

We're bringing the GOOD VIBES to a city near you this summer, along with special guest @brettdennen. Sign up for the mailing list to receive pre-sale info (link in bio). Tour dates & tickets: jasonmraz.com/tour

We're bringing the GOOD VIBES to a city near you this summer, along with special guest Brett Dennen. Sign up for the mailing list at https://atlanti.cr/jasonmrazemailsignup to receive pre-sale info.

Tour dates & tickets: http://jasonmraz.com/tour

Tak Suebbuth

2 months ago

I started following Jason from the very beginning.... saw him twice...once paid 500 for front row so my daughter could get up close. That was money I did t really have...over ten years later I'm trying to go see him again...and I can't get any good tickets worth paying for...I never thought it would be this way with Jason...I thought he was always going to make sure his fans could get reasonably priced tickets. I have a kid who cant climb a gazillion steps... so disappointing. Have been waiting a long time for him to come back to Connecticut!!

Brianna Casario

2 months ago

Got mine!! Road trip ahead, worth every mile!!! See you in the Nampa pit! I’ll be the old lady dancing!! You said their would be fun and 🕺.. Can’t wait!!!

Franziska Neufeld

2 months ago

Ticketmaster is the worst thing ever. I’m very upset. And of course they’re already on Stub Hub for triple the price 😕

Name a pie for me when I'm gone.

Heidi Kalkhorst Altherr

2 months ago

Mraz-ocado-coffee-crumble. ☺️so lucky to have seen you in this fabulous show! 🍒

El Mara Totti Bathily

2 months ago

So sad I couldn’t get tickets to see the show

郭宇珊

2 months ago

You and Sara were amazing. Dream come true for me to see you perform on your last day. Won't give up pie 🍰

Coffee didn't change my life. It made it. My career was carved out of coffee shops, cutting my teeth on the constant moment of live song craft. Over a cup I contemplated life in cursive in a composition notebook. Coffee as a unifier combined cultures and crisscrossed conversations to cultivate a kindred community. And it was in a coffee shop where I met my Christina. Thank you Coffee. You are kind. I love brew.

(Photo: Jen Rosenstein)

Antonia Maria Sanchez Perez

2 months ago

Marty not sure if youre a jason mraz fan, but this made me think of you. coffee hang soon?

Tân Huy Nguyễn

2 months ago

We have some awesome coffee here in Costa Rica! Pura Vida!

Ricardo Garcia Reveron

2 months ago

I see what you did there Mraz!😘

Coffee didn't change my life. It made it. My career was carved out of coffee shops, cutting my teeth on the constant moment of live song craft. Over a cup I contemplated life in cursive in a composition notebook. Coffee as a unifier combined cultures and crisscrossed conversations to cultivate a kindred community. And it was in a coffee shop where I met my Christina. Thank you Coffee. You are kind. I love brew.

If you ask who inspires me, I'll name artists who seldom get recognized. Those like Gregory Page who hustle week to week to play their gigs and pay their bills. Guys like Bob Schneider who write their myriad stories of love and pain to keep from going crazy. And guys like Luc Reynaud who don't do it for the followers or the fortune. Luc does it to make the world a better place.

You can find “A Celebrar” at your favorite digital music source. 100% of proceeds will go to bringing solar power to homes still in the dark across Puerto Rico.

Luc and the Lovingtons

Júlia Marino

2 months ago

YOU INSPIRE ME!!

Jamie Godwin Gardner

2 months ago

Beautiful words. Luc is the sweetest and most inspiring precious gem. Thanks for sharing this Jason🙏

Susan-Simone Iroh

2 months ago

Jason Mraz you absolutely inspire me with everything that you do keep up the good work

Thanks Niagara. You will be mist.

Fätima Salvador

2 months ago

Daniel Flores....yeah. We gotta go.

Laura Alejandra López Granados

2 months ago

I just love the caption!

東寶東寶

2 months ago

My husband & I saw you in concert for the first time yesterday in Niagara & we were totally blown away! You are an unbelievable artist. Truly.

Your range both vocally & on the guitar was incredible, and your songs were so beautifully rich lyrically. It was such a genuinely enjoyable & "cup filling" experience. Thank you for sharing your gift with the world! 🙂

You had 1,500 people eating out of the palm of your hand for 1.5hrs, with nothing more than your guitar, your black song notebook, your voice & your charm. Your concert really did leave us "breathless"! 😘👌

P.S. I need to be able to buy Chocolate as a single. I hope that’s on the next album!!

Thanks Niagara. You will be mist.

jiggle the handle

Meet Sara Bareilles & me in the diner. Purchase a premium ticket to the 2PM matinee performance of Waitress the Musical on Feb 7th for a meet & greet with us after the show. Use code SBJM1 when purchasing at: http://www.ticketmaster.com/promo/jyxbp8

Robert Waldron

3 months ago

Would love to come but out of work

Janex Txeis Mraz

3 months ago

It Say Sorry No matching tickets with the code. It's still available?

Hollie Brown

3 months ago

Who won the trip this coming weekend?

Only 2 weeks left to leave me a message at the diner.

Jo Zhang

2 months ago

I saw you in Waitress the first week of December. After the show (outside when you were signing autographs), two girls asked if they could get a photo with you and you shrugged them off, stating "You better act fast" and they didn't even get a chance. I've always been a long time fan, but this left a bitter taste in my mouth, even to today. Please tell me you were just in an abnormal bad mood that night. I'd hate to think this is how you truly are.

Greg Rowsey

2 months ago

Hey Jason,Wayne here in L. A. your song BEST FRIEND will be my upcoming Wedding Song. She is in Europe will be coming home soon. Thank you for that.

Stephanie Erickson

3 months ago

We just saw the show in December and loved it! My husband and I love your music; we’ve been fans for many years. We went to one or your concerts on Oahu in 2008; such great memories. 😊❤️😊
“ I’m Yours “ reminds us of when we first started dating and “ Lucky” reminds me of when we were living in Hawaii.

‪new music monday‬

Antonia Maria Sanchez Perez

2 months ago

Can’t wait for my Mraz live solo acoustic therapy session next month!

Susan Moore Schneider

3 months ago

ill welcome throw back or new music if it is from Raining Jane, Jason or Sara B.

Nuno Mendes

3 months ago

Francisco Mendes monkaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaS

What do I love about music? Musicians. @mona_tavakoli

In March I hit the road for three weeks of solo acoustic shows with the occasional special guest, such as the powerful and luminous MILCK, appearing March 16, 17 & 19. Tickets are still available in select cities in the south, so be sure to visit http://jasonmraz.com/tour for the latest info in your area.

Micha-el Uy Rivera

2 months ago

Jason, please come to Ohio. In particular around the Columbus or Dayton Area. Would love to see my biggest inspiration in music live just once. It would be great, thanks!

Angelina Meyer

3 months ago

Please come to Europe!!! I am waiting for so long to see you live on stage!!! Best would be Germany, but I would also travel to another country to see you perform 😊

Andrew Hardman

3 months ago

Any chance of coming to the UK again, Jason? Especially with your solo tour! You played Eurooe/Scandinavia but never made it back to Blighty! Am sure The Lowry in Salford again would be immense, or anywhere round Manchester - know you live The Academy! Bring the mighty Toca if you can! ☺️👍☺️👍☺️👍

#youmattertome
Sara Bareilles

Amar Singh Jharia

2 months ago

Fantastic performance on Sunday! The duets with Sara were such a thing of beauty. You were perfect for that role! Funny, lovable, charming! Bravo!

简戈凝

2 months ago

I love you Jason Mraz. Been a proud fan from the Philippines since I was 10 yrs old. 💕 Now Im 21

Tonya Sophrosyne Harris

3 months ago

Super funny. I had white specks on my bag and relayed it against my dogs white scruff. I also am not very good with numbers. But I certainly can do math and static electricity seems to follow me to the laundromat. The dryers move without coins in them. I often think of you when this occurs. I'm painting a series for a story I'm
Writing about god. The correlation between numeric sequences. Intention and divine intervention painting with god if you will. Anyway I plan on donating most of the proceeds to charitable organizations. Yours included. I value creativity. I'm
Also working on an audible series for children to listen to as they create. All kids deserve to
Be free!
Something speaks of a baby this summer.
Anyway. Magic goes far beyond the sphere we call earth. Just happy to know of your gifts now! Ps. I predict things. Dust those wings off.

Available at @waitressmusical