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Jason Mraz, with Toca Rivera and Gregory Page, performing at the Bass Concert Hall in Austin, Texas

Jason Mraz
Jason Mraz, with Toca Rivera and Gregory Page, performing at the Bass Concert Hall in Austin, Texas on December 15, 2018.

Jason Mraz
Jason Mraz has quietly amassed a diverse fan base throughout all parts of the globe. Since getting his start in coffeehouses in San Diego, Mraz has brought his positive message and soulful, folk-pop sound to rapt audiences around the world through his vibrant recordings, humorous live performances, and philanthropic efforts.

Along the way, he has earned numerous platinum certifications for his various releases, made pop history with his record-breaking classic single, “I’m Yours” and “I Won’t Give Up,” racked up 2 Grammy Awards, won the prestigious Songwriter Hall of Fame Hal David Award, and sold out amphitheaters and arenas across the globe, including sell-outs at such iconic venues as The Hollywood Bowl, Madison Square Garden, and London’s O2 Arena.

A dedicated artist and gentleman farmer, Mraz is first and foremost a committed global citizen. His impassioned social activism and philanthropic efforts span from environmental advocacy to ardent support for human rights. His own Jason Mraz Foundation serves to shine for arts education and the advancement of equality. Through it all, Jason Mraz continually confirms and celebrates music’s myriad forms and miraculous power, inspiring and delighting his countless fans around the world.

Gregory Page
Gregory Page is a North London born Irish-Armenian performing songwriter. A third-generation musician, Page grew up surrounded by family members who performed and recorded traditional Irish music.

In 2013 Gregory debuted at London’s 02 Arena opening for longtime friend Jason Mraz. Page has performed with the ensemble cast of John C. Reilly & Friends and has been a support act for Bob Dylan and his musical hero John Prine. His music has been featured on NPR’s Prairie Home Companion performed by Sara Watkins (Nickel Creek) & Tom Brosseau (for whom Page produced five albums), the BBC’s Robert Elms Show and film and television soundtracks such as Showtime’s Ray Donovan and the 2017 Swiss film, Die letzte Pointe.

He has released five albums in Holland on V2 Records. This Irish citizen, who has toured Japan but has never set foot in Ireland, longs for his newest album, A Wild Rose, to bring him “home”.

Jason Mraz was the main act at the Bass Concert Hall with guests Gregory Page. The band continues across the United States, Europe and Asia with the last stop at the Severance Hall in Cleveland, Ohio on June 9, 2019.

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