Posts tagged "Jason Mraz"

‘American Idol’ Finale: Jennifer Lopez & Demi Lovato Perform, Caleb Johnson Beats Jena Irene

By now, you’ve surely read the news that Asheville, North Carolina, native Caleb Johnson was crowned winner of American Idol‘s 13th season. The top two finalists, Caleb and Jena Irene, had a good, old-fashioned sing-off Tuesday night with the results of America’s final vote announced last night (May 21).

In addition to learning the…

By: Lisa Timmons / May 22, 2014

Adam Lambert Geeks Out Performing A Haunting “Mad World” With Cyndi Lauper: Watch

Adam Lambert is one of the most sensational artists out there, yet when sharing the stage with one if his idols, he went all fanboy on her. “Look who I get to do a duet with! OMG!” Adam shared with the crowd at New York City’s Beacon Theater on Saturday (December 8) night, before Cyndi

By: X. Alexander / December 9, 2012

Election 2012: Katy Perry, Shakira and Lady Gaga Get Out the Vote Online Via Twitter & YouTube

With less than 24 hours till Election Day, the interwebs have been overloaded with tweets and messages from celebrities about heading to the polls on Tuesday (November 6). From Jason Mraz and Katy Perry, who have been performing at rallies in support of Barack Obama, to Diddy and Beyonce‘s little sis, Solange Knowles, our favorite…

By: emilytan / November 5, 2012

One Direction, Justin Bieber, Taylor Swift & More To Play Jingle Ball 2012

Is there such a thing as too many crying teenagers? On December 7, we’ll know for sure, when New York City becomes the epicenter of insane fandom: One Direction, Justin Bieber and Taylor Swift are set to perform at Z100’s always-starstudded Jingle Ball. (Also playing are fun., B.o.B, Jason Mraz, The Wanted, Ed Sheeran, Ne-Yo and Olly Murs,…

By: Sam Lansky / October 22, 2012

Christina Aguilera, Train & Michael Buble For New ‘A Very Special Christmas’ Albums

It’s hard to imagine the holidays without some of the festive tunes that appeared on the very first A Very Special Christmas compilation in 1987 — songs like U2‘s “Christmas (Baby Please Come Home)”, Eurythmics‘ “Winter Wonderland”, Madonna‘s “Santa Baby” and Run-D.M.C‘s “Christmas In Hollis”. But now that the Special Olympics-benefiting compilation is turning 25,…

By: Robbie Daw / August 6, 2012

Christina Perri Duets With Jason Mraz On “Distance”: Watch

If many of the duets on ABC’s new singing competition show Duets left you cold, you’ll fall head over heels for Christina Perri‘s collaboration with Jason Mraz on “Distance.”  In the rehearsal video for the song, off her album Lovestrong, the artists sing the melancholy tune together in the studio as cameras capture their emotional performance. In addition to having…

By: Becky Bain / June 1, 2012

‘Glee’ Covers Lady Gaga, Madonna, Beyonce & Pretty Much Everyone For Graduation

For Glee‘s graduation episode and the Season 3 finale, “Goodbye”, the cast breaks out songs by, well, everyone: tunes by Lady Gaga, Madonna, Beyonce, Green Day, Queen, Jason Mraz and more are performed during the episode, which manages to still be only an hour long. (We’re assuming everyone’s graduation speech will be sung, since there’…

By: Becky Bain / May 8, 2012

Lionel Richie Keeps Jason Mraz And Train At Bay On Album Chart

Lionel Richie easily fends off new releases Jason Mraz, Train and Future on Billboard‘s Top 200 chart this week, as Tuskegee maintains its #1 position following another 114,000 copies sold. As mentioned last week, Tuskegee marks Richie’s first chart-topper on the main album roundup since Dancing On The Ceiling waltzed its way to the peak…

By: Robbie Daw / April 25, 2012

Our 7 Favorite Earth-Friendly Pop Stars For Earth Day

Earth Day — the 24-hour cycle when we all try extra hard to be as “green” as possible — is right around the corner. But for some of our favorite pop stars, saving the environment is a full-time job, and they report to work 365 days a year. If you’re looking for a little eco-inspiratio…

By: Idolator Staff / April 20, 2012

Jason Mraz Covers ‘Instinct’, Takes A Stand For Marriage Equality

In case you weren’t aware, “I Won’t Give Up” crooner Jason Mraz is quite the advocate for marriage equality. So it seems fitting that the singer-songwriter/Etta James fan would choose gay mag Instinct as one of the outlets to promote upcoming LP Love Is A Four Letter Word (out April 17) in. There’s just one…

By: Robbie Daw / March 16, 2012

Etta James R.I.P. — 10 Amazing Covers To Honor Her Memory

It is with a heavy heart that the music industry, and the world, says goodbye to one of the greatest female vocalists of all time today. Etta James, the legendary soul singer most famously known for her 1960 rendition of the softly swaying love song “At Last,” passed away in California on Friday (January 20)…

By: Idolator Staff / January 20, 2012

The ‘Glee’ Cast Does Duets — Listen To Songs From Tonight’s Episode

In tonight’s episode of Glee, the crew practices their assignment of performing a duet, and Artie’s love triangle with Tina and Mike gets more complicated. After the jump, voila your song spoilers for “Duets”, including some big band classics, more tunes from A Chorus Line, and a cover of one of our favorite duets betwee…

By: Becky Bain / October 12, 2010

Freshen Up Your 4th Of July BBQ Playlist With These 8 American Jams

We know you must be giddy about your upcoming three-day weekend, filled with all the burgers, booze and fireworks our forefathers hoped you’d be enjoying while celebrating America’s 234th birthday bash. And what’s a party without music?

In anticipation of the 4th of July, we’ve rounded up the perfect tunes to rock…

By: Idolator Staff / July 1, 2010

PHOTOS: Pop Stars At The Elton John AIDS Foundation’s Oscar Party

Pop stars watch the Academy Awards just like the rest of us. Only when they do it, they’re not gathered around a friend’s living room eating Oscar movie-themed dishes like “Inglorious Bratwurst”. Instead, they head to the Elton John AIDS Foundation’s Oscar Viewing Party held this year at Los Angeles’ Pacific Design Center. Flip through…

By: Erika Brooks Adickman / March 8, 2010

Train Is As Infatuated With Jason Mraz As ‘American Idol’

Train have landed their first hit in years, the bouncy “Hey, Soul Sister.” Should the song’s success be credited to the fact that it sounds just like Jason Mraz’s “I’m Yours,” which was prominently featured on American Idol this week?

By: Becky Bain / February 18, 2010

How Many Of iTunes’ 25 Most-Downloaded Songs Do You Own?

Looks like Journey’s “Don’t Stop Believin'” will never be so 2000-and-late. As the iTunes store approaches its 10 billion downloads mark, the digital retailer has revealed its 25 most-downloaded songs since its inception in 2003. And if you thought the Black Eyed Peas were approaching the E.N.D. of the line, you’d best think again—and check…

By: Robbie Daw / February 12, 2010

Grammy Awards 2010: We Pick The Pop Winners

We’re less than a week away from the 2010 Grammy Awards, and we’re anxiously anticipating who will win what, which performance will be talked about the most the following day, and how many costume changes of Lady Gaga’s will involve blood packets. (Our guess: two out of seven.)

This week we’ll be highlighting…

By: Becky Bain / January 25, 2010

Black Eyed Peas Lead The Pack In DJ Earworm’s 2009 Mash-Up Mix

Ok fine, we give in, Internet. Here’s DJ Earworm’s rapidly circulating annual mash-up of Billboard’s Top 25 songs from the past year. (And here’s 2008’s in case you’re feeling nostalgic for a simpler time where Taylor Swift and Lady Gaga weren’t the two biggest blondes in the music biz.) Check out the vid after the…

By: Becky Bain / December 29, 2009

Will Any Other Song In The Hot 100 Right Now Have The Staying Power Of “I’m Yours”?

Lost in the hullabaloo over the Black Eyed Peas’ stranglehold on the Billboard Hot 100’s top spot was the news that Jason Mraz’s strummy “I’m Yours” set its own record on the singles chart this week as well; the sweet ditty has now been on the Hot 100 for 70 weeks, breaking the record set…

By: Maura / August 20, 2009

Lady GaGa Dances To No. 1 As iTunes’ Beat Gets A Little Bit Slower

Over the holidays, Billboard‘s song charts were, at least on the surface, pretty sleepy. On the Hot 100, most of the songs that were hot late last fall—Beyoncé’s “Single Ladies” and “If I Were a Boy,” T.I. and Rihanna’s “Live Your Life,” Kanye’s “Love Lockdown” and “Heartless,” Taylor Swift’s “Love Story,” the unkillable Katy Perry’…

By: Chris Molanphy / January 9, 2009
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