Jason Mraz vocal range

According to our database the vocal range of this artist is:

C#2 - A5 (3.7 octaves)

Song with the LOWEST pitch:
Geek In the Pink (C#2-B3)
Song with the HIGHEST pitch:
Who Needs Shelter (C#3-A5)

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Voice types

Based on their range the artist can perform songs for:

Bass (E2-E4)

Baritone (A2-A4)

Tenor (C3-C5)

More songs by the artist

Plane (G2-C5)
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I Won't Give Up (G2-E4)
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You and I Both (D3-A4)
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Mr. Curiosity (D#2-A#3)
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If It Kills Me (D3-A4)
The Forecast (A#2-F4)
Be Honest (B2-A#4)
Love for a Child (D#3-A#4)
Shine (A2-A4)
Better with You (A2-A4)
Only Human (F2-A4)
Too Much Food (C#3-A4)
In Your Hands (D3-B4)
I'll Do Anything (C#3-B4)
Lucky (D3-G4)
Butterfly (C3-G#4)
Everywhere (C3-G4)
Love Someone (A2-A4)
Rise (F#2-A3)
5/6 (C3-A4)
O, Lover (D2-B3)
Clockwatching (D3-G4)
Best Friend (G2-D4)
Wordplay (D3-A#4)
Quiet (G2-A4)
Have It All (C#3-A4)
Coyotes (C3-G4)
Live High (D3-C#5)
I'm Coming Over (B2-B4)
Bella Luna (D2-C4)
Make It Mine (C3-G4)
Frank D. Fixer (D3-A4)
Long Drive (B2-G4)
Out of My Hands (A#2-G4)
Unlonely (A#2-G#4)
3 Things (G2-B4)
A World with You (F#2-E4)

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