'Dancing,' 'Singing,' 'Stealing' with Jason Mraz

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On his tour stop in New York, singer-songwriter Jason Mraz came by the Bryant Park Project studios to play a few songs and talk about music and Web site philosophy. His upcoming album, We Sing. We Dance. We Steal Things, comes out May 13.

Before the album's release, Mraz plans to put out three EPs, each featuring acoustic demos of the album tracks. We Sing was released March 18, We Dance came out Tuesday and We Steal Things comes out May 13, along with the full album.

The album is his first full-length record in three years and follows the top 10 album Mr. A-Z and his platinum debut from 2002 that featured "Remedy," a catchy hit.

During his BPP visit, Mraz revisited "The Boy's Gone," a track from his debut, Waiting for My Rocket to Come.



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