Jason Mraz Records 20,000th 'Song of Love' for a Child Battling Cancer

Jan 18, 2010, 10:04 ET from Songs of Love Foundation

NEW YORK, Jan. 18 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Jason Mraz, whose song "I'm Yours" has broken the record for the longest time on the Billboard top 100 charts, has just recorded a "song of love" for 13-year-old cancer patient Christian Burns. The milestone recording is a beautifully poetic "Song of Love" that speaks of all of Christian's special things and people in his life. The Songs of Love Foundation provides personalized songs for seriously ill children and teens, free of charge. During the recording session, Jason Mraz took the time to record a personal video message asking all his fans to vote for the Songs of Love Foundation in Chase Bank's Community Giving contest on Facebook. The Songs of Love foundation is competing against 99 other organizations. The charity with the most votes from Facebook users wins a million dollar grant from Chase Bank. All those who vote will have a chance to listen to Jason Mraz' unreleased "Song of Love" after the voting ends. You can VOTE at http://tinyurl.com/winonemillion. To check out Jason Mraz' video go to http://www.youtube.com/user/songsoflovefdn and vote through January 22, 2010. Information on how to vote can be found at www.songsoflove.org.

Media and press contact: Kathy Horn of Roadrunner Talent and Media. roadrunnertalent@aol.com. 914-573-3276

Additional contact: John Beltzer of Songs of Love Foundation. john@songsoflove.org. 917-750-8222

SOURCE Songs of Love Foundation