NBC San Diego
Happy Jason Mraz Day
Mr. A-Z and the leader of the Goo Goo Dolls turned up to support surfing superstar Rob Machado and his annual fundraising benefit at the Belly Up.
Live from the Artists Den
LIVE FROM THE ARTISTS DEN is an innovative new music series featuring extraordinary artists performing in extraordinary settings.
The Coast News
Mraz coming back home
Jason Mraz has released a new album, "Yes," and begins a tour to support the album on Aug. 21 in his hometown of San Diego.
International Business Times
'The Voice Australia' Winner Anja Nissen's Debut Album Sells Only 1952 Copies
" winner Anja Nissen might have won the reality talent show through public votes, but she isn't winning any album sales.
The London Free Press
Jason Mraz gets agreeable with new album 'Yes!'
San Diego-based singer-songwriter Jason Mraz of I'm Yours fame decided to say Yes! with his fifth CD of the same name that brings him to Canada for a string of dates in October.
The London Free Press
Started from the bottom: Summer jobs of successful people
Singer Jason Mraz smiles on top of the Empire State Building as he announces "The Five Boroughs Tour" and celebrates the release of his latest album, "Yes", in New York July 16, 2014.
Watch Jason Mraz Perform on a Terrace For 30 Lucky...
The singer surprised his fans with an intimate acoustic performance before his 'Live From the Artist Den' taping at UCLA The singer and four members of L.A. folk-rock band Raining Jane recently surprised with an acoustic session on the terrace outside UCLA's Royce Hall -- to the delight of 30 fans who had waited hours to see him.
KLRN-TV San Antonio
Historic Los Angeles theater Royce Hall, located on the UCLA campus, provide a spectacular backdrop for Jason Mraz's taping of Live from the Artists Den.
Weird Al Yankovic scores first US No 1 with new album
This article titled "Weird Al Yankovic scores first US No 1 with new album" was written by Harriet Gibsone, for The Guardian on Thursday 24th July 2014 14.45 UTC Mandatory Fun, the new album from parody maestro Weird Al Yankovic, has debuted at No 1 this week on Billboard's charts, according to preliminary data.