“It was important for me to be that specific and that bold.
To be an inspiration for other people to really step up and out into expressing themselves and not being scared or ashamed or worried about what people would think.” is made up of sad songs and Prettyman admits that it’s easier than writing about falling in love.
Guess Jason Mraz is lucky he's in love with his best friend. " A rep for Mraz confirmed the pair's engagment to Just Friday.
After dating girlfriend and oft-music collaborator Tristan Prettyman on and off for a few years, smooth crooner Mraz finally popped the question Thursday. "SHE SAID YES," the laid-back lover, 33, tweeted about his lady love's response to his proposal. Mraz, who put himself on the music map with 2002 hit "The Remedy (I Won't Worry)" and won his first two Grammy awards earlier this year for Best Male Pop Vocal Performance and Best Pop Collaboration (for hit "Lucky," with Colbie Caillat) told E!
Influences: Ani Di Franco, Anya Marina, the Shins, Cold War Kids, G Love and Special Sauce, Nina Simone, Vampire Weekend, the Police Background: Tristan Prettyman taught herself to play guitar while attending Torrey Pines High School, where she graduated in 2000. That place feels like home to me.” Asked where she sees music going over the next 20 years, she says “Sometimes I wish I lived in the the ’60s when it was all about peace, love, and understanding.
“I know he’d be proud of me for doing that as well,” she said.
“I definitely think it’s easier to write about heartbreak.
And I’m so curious why that is because there’s so many songs about heartbreak and this yearning and all these breakup situations. “I got out of a really long relationship and immediately had inspiration for days. I had to have journals everywhere, all over my house.
Jason Mraz fans anticipating his upcoming nuptials to singer Tristan Prettyman may have a long road ahead of them.
The musical couple say they plan to wait to wed until same-sex marriages are legal.