“Don’t let your mind stop you from having a good time.” These wise words are synonymous with the live performance of Mr. A-Z. Admiring his view of an adoring audience and the awe-inspiring surroundings of the Greek, Jason Mraz graced the stage for upwards of two hours leaving his fans wanting more.

Whether his “super band” horn section ended up standing directly in front of you, or you let loose and participated in a massive “boogie woogie,” Mraz wooed the audience with his soulful sounds and theatrical antics. His comical facial expressions and free-spirited dance moves entertained an audience that would undoubtedly give Mr. A-Z an A for his absolutely awesome attitude.

His improvisational interludes, including “Wonderwall” and “Three Little Birds,” initiated full-audience sing-alongs and created the vibe that “every little thing is gonna be alright.” Wrapping the evening up with an intimate performance of “Song for a Friend,” Jason (as many would feel comfortable calling him after attending one of his performances) whole-heartedly thanked the audience for allowing him to create for them.

With his genuine approach to his live performances, Jason Mraz leaves all generic stereotypes in the dust and, despite the surreal atmosphere of the Greek, can create an intimate feel with any size crowd.