Hawaii Goes MRAZy For Jason Mraz

The Waikiki Shell was packed last Friday night for the second and final concert in Hawaii on the Jason Mraz current tour to promote his new forthcoming album We Sing, We Dance, We Steal Things, scheduled for release on May 13th, 2008.

The night kicked off with a wonderful opening act by Paula Fuga, followed by Mraz making his grand entrance on stage singing “Rocket Man” and as usual adding in a bit of his fun personality into the mix.

One of the cool parts of the night was when Mraz asked the crowd to “make him stars” using their “cellular devices” as he called it, and when the audience answered the call, it was like actual stars were all around you. Of course the highlight of the night came when Mraz sang his popular “I’m Yours” and added in a touch of “Hawaii, Hawaii, Hawaii” and “Barack Obama” which made the entire crowd go MRAZy!

At the end of the performance as tradition in Hawaii, the crowd yelled Hana Hou, Hana Hou and of course Mraz answered the crowd’s request and returned to stage to sing not only one, but two more songs. In the end he left the crowd with a wonderful message saying “find something you love and practice it, practice kindness and most of all practice gratitude.”

Mr. A-Z is truly an awesome singer, songwriter and performer. For those who didn’t get a chance to check out the concert, I hope you enjoy the small clips in the video that highlighted the night. Remember his new album is set to release on May 13th, so GET IT!

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One Response to “ Hawaii Goes MRAZy For Jason Mraz ”

  1. If you like Jason Mraz you need to check out Phil Ayoub. Providence rocker Phil Ayoub has some new music on the way. Titled “Arrivals and Departures”, the record will be released in the next month or so. In the meantime, visit Phil’s website and check out the song “Flowers at Work”. One hundred percent of the proceeds of the digital download sales went to the American Red Cross to aid victims of this years earthquake in Haiti. Check out more at illuminarecords.com

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