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|Dec 6||John Mayer with special guest Phillip Phillips||Frank Erwin Center Austin, Texas||Find Tickets|
|Dec 7||John Mayer with Phillip Phillips||New Orleans Arena New Orleans, Louisiana||Find Tickets|
|Dec 9||John Mayer||Amway Center Orlando, Florida||Find Tickets|
|Dec 10||John Mayer||Jacksonville Veterans Memorial Arena Jacksonville, Florida||Find Tickets|
|Dec 12||John Mayer with Phillip Phillips||North Charleston Coliseum and PAC North Charleston, South Carolina||Find Tickets|
|Dec 13||John Mayer||Richmond Coliseum Richmond, Virginia||Find Tickets|
|Dec 14||John Mayer with Phillip Phillips||1st Mariner Arena Baltimore, Maryland||Find Tickets|
|Dec 16||John Mayer||Webster Bank Arena (formerly Arena at Harbor Yard) Bridgeport, Connecticut||Find Tickets|
|Dec 17||John Mayer||Barclays Center Brooklyn, New York||Find Tickets|
|Apr 15||John Mayer||Adelaide Entertainment Centre Adelaide, AUS||Find Tickets|
|Apr 17||Bluesfest 2014 - Thursday||Tyagarah Tea Tree Farm Byron Bay, AUS|
|Apr 22||John Mayer||Rod Laver Arena Melbourne, AUS||Find Tickets|
|Apr 24||John Mayer||Allphones (former Acer) Arena Sydney, AUS||Find Tickets|
|Apr 26||John Mayer||Vector Arena Auckland, NZL||Find Tickets|
Ragazzo, spero che tu venga presto a suonare in Italia! Sei unico! Grazie per questa musica meravigliosa che riesci a creare!
PLEASE COME TO AUSTRALIA!
Coming to Tampa Sept 7th!
Please, come to BOSTON.
I can hear the influence of the great singer Martin Sexton in Johns music.
I really got a good look of him on masterpiece classics DUET 11 with Tony Bennett. I enjoyed his whimsical. delivery, his play and jazzy version of two guys in a bar hanging out together. SET UM UP JOE I found it to be a personal conversation between two friends, as well as a historic tribute to Tony Bennett. for me, it was. unforgettable. His mystery gave him nostalgia, one of beauty and sadness. Hope you come to City Place at. BB KINGS. I'll be there.
well, I don't want to be selfish and demand your coming in Greece, but come to Europe at least, please! you are the best!
John Mayer is an American musician. Originally from Connecticut, he attended Berklee College of Music before moving to Atlanta, Georgia in 1997, where he refined his skills and gained a following. His first two studio albums, Room for Squares and Heavier Things, did well commercially, achieving multi-platinum status. In 2003, he won a Best Male Pop Vocal Performance Grammy Award for "Your Body Is a Wonderland". Since then, John Mayer tickets have been a hot commodity. For, not only are his songs very popular and relatable, John Mayer's concerts are full of top-notch musicians that know how to use a stage.
Mayer began his career performing mainly acoustic rock, but gradually began a transition towards the blues genre in 2005 by collaborating with renowned blues artists such as B. B. King, Buddy Guy, and Eric Clapton, and by forming the John Mayer Trio. The blues influence can be heard on his album Continuum, released in September 2006 - as well we seen in John Mayer's scheduled performances. At the 49th Annual Grammy Awards in 2007 Mayer won Best Pop Vocal Album for Continuum and Best Male Pop Vocal Performance for "Waiting on the World to Change". Mayer's career pursuits have extended to stand-up comedy, design, and writing; he has written pieces for magazines, most notably for Esquire. He is also involved in philanthropic activities through his "Back to You" fund and his concern over global warming.
Soon after Mayer got his first guitar, a neighbor gave him a Stevie Ray Vaughan cassette, which began intense love of the blues - again, perceptible in John Mayer's concerts. Despite the reservations of his parents, Mayer became consumed with playing the guitar, and after two years of practice, he started playing at blues bars and other venues in the area, while in high school. In addition to performing alone, he was in a band called Villanova Junction with Tim Procaccini, Joe Beleznay, and Rich Wolf.
When Mayer was seventeen, he was stricken with a cardiac arrhythmia that sent him to the hospital for a weekend. Reflecting on the incident, Mayer said, “That was the moment the songwriter in me was born,” and he penned his first lyrics the night he got home. After graduation, he worked for fifteen months at a gas station until he saved up enough money to buy his first proper guitar—a 1996 Stevie Ray Vaughan signature Stratocaster.
His reputation began to build, and a March 2000 John Mayer scheduled appearance at South by Southwest brought him to the attention of "launch" label, Aware Records. After including him in the Aware Festival concerts and having his songs included on Aware compilations, in early 2001, Aware released Mayer’s internet-only album entitled, Room for Squares. During that time, Aware inked a deal with Columbia Records that gave Columbia first pick in signing Aware artists, and so in September of the same year, Columbia remixed and re-released Room for Squares. As part of the major label "debut", the album's artwork was updated, and the track "3x5" was added. The re-release also included reworked studio versions of the first four songs from his indie album, Inside Wants Out. That's when fans were lucky to get John Mayer tickets.
By the end of 2002, Room for Squares had spawned several radio hits, including "No Such Thing," "Your Body Is a Wonderland," and ultimately, "Why Georgia." In 2003, John Mayer performed as well as won a Grammy for Best Male Pop Vocal Performance for "Your Body Is a Wonderland." In his acceptance speech he remarked, "This is very, very fast, and I promise to catch up." He also figuratively referred to himself as being sixteen, a remark that many mistook to mean that he was only sixteen years old at the time.
Heavier Things, Mayer's second album, was released in 2003 to generally favorable reviews. Rolling Stone, Allmusic and Blender all gave positive, although reserved, feedback. PopMatters said that it "doesn't have as many drawbacks as one might assume". The album was commercially successful, and while it did not sell as well as Room for Squares, it peaked at number one on the US Billboard 200 chart. Mayer earned his first number one single with the song "Daughters" as well as a 2005 Grammy for Song of the Year, beating out fellow contenders Alicia Keys and Kanye West. He dedicated the award to his grandmother, Annie Hoffman, who died in May 2004. He also won Best Male Pop Vocal Performance, beating Elvis Costello, Prince, and Seal for the award. In his February 9 2009 interview on The Ellen DeGeneres Show, Mayer said that he thought he shouldn't have won the Grammy for Song of the year because he thought that Alicia Keys' "If I Ain't Got You" was the better song. Because of this, he removed the top half of the Grammy and gave it to Keys, and kept the bottom part for himself. At the 37th Annual Songwriters Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony in 2006, Mayer was honored with the Hal David Starlight Award.
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