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  • Jazon Mraz Wants Kanye West and John Mayer to Support Same-Sex Marriage

    Posted Feb 2nd 2010 at 02:40 PM by Steve Baltin

    A two-time Grammy winner this year, Jason Mraz had much bigger issues on his mind when he spoke with PopEater at the ceremony. "I'm in the fight for marriage equality," Mraz told PopEater. "That's why I'm wearing this pin tonight. I've just been doing a couple of different activities and events speaking out as a straight man about civil rights." Mraz is the latest musician to join the fight for...

  • Colbie Caillat, Jason Mraz Cover Sonny and Cher at Grammy Event

    Posted Jan 29th 2010 at 06:00 PM by Steve Baltin

    Grammy week is in full swing and on Thursday night, the National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences presented 'Cue the Music,' a 90-minute concert celebrating the marriage of music and television. For the event, several past and present Grammy nominated artists, including Pat Monahan of Train, the Fray and the legendary Solomon Burke, brought songs associated with TV to life. Though there were...

  • Celebrities Keep Forgetting Song Lyrics

    Posted Dec 29th 2009 at 11:57 AM by Nana-Adwoa Ofori

    A "brain freeze" can happen to anyone and even celebrities are prone to it - accidentally dropping the ball in the middle of their most popular song with millions of viewers watching and critiquing. Even though musicians practice to perfect their performance, sometimes stuff happens. Even just missing one word during a concert can send an otherwise seasoned artist off the edge muttering to...

  • Train Show Off 'Soul Sister,' Ukulele in Live PopEater Performance

    Posted Nov 2nd 2009 at 02:00 PM by Marc Schneider

    Like breaking up, writing a hit song is hard to do. Most artists go a lifetime without one, but not Train, who've delivered a steady stream of chart hits since 'Meet Virginia' met your ears ten years ago. Perhaps you've heard 'Calling All Angels' or a lil' ditty titled 'Drops of Jupiter (Tell Me)'? Yes, of course you have. After a 3-year hiatus to concentrate on solo projects, the West Coast...

  • Jason Mraz Sings 'I'm Yours' Live

    Posted Nov 2nd 2009 at 09:09 AM by PopEater Staff

    Jason Mraz hit the jackpot with his upbeat and fuzzy hit 'I'm Yours' -- which has spent a record 75 weeks on the Billboard Hot 100 singles chart. For those who don't pay attention to charts much, that's an absurdly long time, cementing Mraz's place in music history. The singer is celebrating his recent success with 'Beautiful Mess - Live on Earth,' featuring Mraz's full-length concert DVD (in...

  • Jason Mraz Is the King of the Singles

    Posted Aug 31st 2009 at 03:42 PM by PopEater / Wire Services

    Sorry, LeAnn Rimes, but Jason Mraz is the new king of the Billboard Hot 100 singles chart. The oft-fedora-sporting singer-songwriter has broken a monumental record as his reggae-ish jam 'I'm Yours' has spent a staggering 71 weeks (that's almost 1.5 years, people) on the Billboard Hot 100 chart....

  • Jason Mraz Takes His Final Bow

    Posted Aug 5th 2009 at 10:59 AM by Ashley Iasimone

    While Jason Mraz is busy trekking on his 'Gratitude Cafe Tour,' which runs through October 10, the singer-songwriter is sending PopEater exclusive footage from his extensive travels in 2008. For 13 days, we'll be rolling out a series of webisodes, which will shed some light on what it takes to tour across the country, both logistically and emotionally. In the final webisode of the series, 'Happy...

  • Jason Mraz Finds a New Home on the Road

    Posted Aug 4th 2009 at 10:26 AM by Ashley Iasimone

    While Jason Mraz is busy trekking on his 'Gratitude Cafe Tour,' which runs through October 10, the singer-songwriter is sending PopEater exclusive footage from his extensive travels in 2008. For 13 days, we'll be rolling out a series of webisodes, which will shed some light on what it takes to tour across the country, both logistically and emotionally. 'What Is Your Sense of Home?' is perhaps one...


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