Mraz bringing down the house at the
ASCAP Music Café
Jason Mraz, Joseph Arthur,
John Hiatt and a Special Guest Appearance by Ben
Harper Wow the Crowds at the Music Café
As the Sundance Film Festival entered
its second week, filmmakers, festival-goers and
fans continued to pour into ASCAP's Music Café
for a chance to see musical bills they are unlikely
to experience anywhere else but here.
Jason Mraz, whose 2003 Top 5 hit
"The Remedy (I Don't Worry)" has propelled
him into the limelight, dazzled the café
crowd with his acoustic blend of folk, hip-hop
and jazz songs.
Songwriting powerhouse John Hiatt
also delivered the goods as he played a selection
of his best-known works and new songs that delighted
The darkly poetic Joseph Arthur,
who utilizes an array of electronic equipment
to loop his acoustic guitar into layers of lush
music, was joined by Ben Harper on two songs.
Grammy-nominated Latin songwriter
Fernando Osorio proved that, in any language,
music speaks to everyone.
Check out the other memorable sets
performed by Clem
Snide, John Doe and Jon Brion.