GRAMMY® winning singer and songwriter, Jason Mraz, scored one of the biggest songs of the past decade with "I'm Yours." He made history when his single became the longest running song on Billboard Hot 100, in its 51 year history, charting for an unprecedented 76 weeks. The track earned Jason a GRAMMY®, "Song of the Year" nomination, and was ASCAP's 2010 "Song of the Year."
Mraz has been serving up his acoustic blue-eyed soul songs for the better part of the last decade with hits such as "The Remedy (I Won't Worry)," "You & I Both," and his latest hit, "I Won't Give Up," an emotional acoustic-driven declaration that also really connected with the public, debuting at No. 1 on Billboard's Digital Songs chart and topping the iTunes "Top Songs" and Hot AC radio charts.
Jason Mraz hails from Virginia, eventually leaving his home for New York City and then on to the West Coast. Musically, Mraz was influenced by musical theater, local roots musicians and The Dave Matthews Band. His music has been compared to that of Jack Johnson and James Blunt.