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    Question Jason Mraz

    Has anyone ever been to one of his concerts? I'm seeing him in Amsterdam on Monday (for only 10 bucks!), and don't really know what to expect. Which songs do you reckon he's going to play?

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    You lucky bitch!
    He is probably the only solo male artist I absolutely cherish
    COOCHIE COOCHIE
    COOCH COOCH COOCH

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    I'm jealous! I would loooove to see him live. And I agree with Neil, I don't really like too many other male solo artists, but he is just awesome.


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    I saw him in 2005 and it was FE NOM EH NULL.

    He sang 2 songs I had never heard but they were really good so it was great. He changed the playlist so it was so exciting not knowing what was coming next. Is your show going to be an acoustic show or a band show Tim?

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    I saw him and he is AMAZING.

    I saw him before his last album dropped and he sang mostly old songs plus "Geek In The Pink".

    I hope he sings his "Too Much Food", that's my favorite one that he does in his live shows.


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    Thanks guys. Cleve, I'm not sure.. Usually Paradiso (the venue he's playing) has acts with live bands, so I'm assuming this is going to be a band show too.

    He's not very known over here, which is the reason the tickets are so cheap. 10 bucks! Can you believe it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tim View Post
    Thanks guys. Cleve, I'm not sure.. Usually Paradiso (the venue he's playing) has acts with live bands, so I'm assuming this is going to be a band show too.

    He's not very known over here, which is the reason the tickets are so cheap. 10 bucks! Can you believe it?
    Ten bucks is amazing! I got mine off ebay for like 300 for 2 tickets, but they were like third row.

    My perfect tracklist would be:

    Love Is Real
    Life Is Wondferl (so much better than the album version)
    Plane
    Did You Get My Message
    Worplay
    Sleeping To Deam
    Clockwatching
    Curbside Prophet
    Mr. Curiosity
    You and I Both
    Please Don't Tell Her
    The Boys Gone
    I'm Yours
    Geek In The Pink
    The Remedy
    Song For A Friend

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    Thanks, I'm gonna focus on memorizing those songs.

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    Cleve! You forgot my food song.


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    Jason is amazing live- probably the most incredible male voice you will ever hear. The power that comes out of his small (yet sexy) frame is unbelievable. I've seen him 6 times in the last couple of years, and it's been a different setlist every time.

    I would KILL to see him in Europe, though, cause he usually has the strangest setlists. You'll probably be hearing a lot of old songs that aren't on his commercial releases and some new ones, too. If it's a solo/acoustic, you're in for a real treat. Have a fantastic time, Tim! Tell us all about when you get back.

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