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John Mayer Tour Schedule
John Mayer tickets are your chance to see this Grammy Award-winning artist up close and personal on John Mayer tour dates in support of his latest album Paradise Valley. Hear new material, as well as classics like "Waiting on the World to Change, with John Mayer tickets to a show in your area! Ever since news of his throat treatment surfaced, fans were nervous that they would never get to see John Mayer in concert again but he's back now and John Mayer concert tickets are finally within reach. Go for yours now!
About John Mayer
Born the second of three sons in Bridgeport, Connecticut, Mayer grew up in the nearby town of Fairfield. Among Mayer's early blues influences was Stevie Ray Vaughan, which inspired him on to be the dedicated blues guitarist he is today. He began performing his first John Mayer concerts at local bars and quickly developed a reputation as a proficient master of the instrument.
Mayer moved to Boston and studied at the Berklee College of Music but left in order to focus on his music and record his debut EP "Inside Out", produced by David "DeLa" LaBruyere. After the release of the independent EP, Mayer and LaBruyere embarked on a John Mayer concert tour of the southern states selling out of John Mayer tickets throughout the country. An appearance at the South by Southwest Music Festival facilitated Mayer's true career launch, when he was signed by Aware Records. Aware functioned as a feeder for larger record companies, and soon Mayer was signed by Columbia Records selling cheap concert tickets throughout the country. His early material with Aware was re-released, including his previously internet-only album, Room for Squares.
In 2003, Mayer won a Grammy for Best Male Pop Vocal Performance for "Your Body Is a Wonderland." He also released a live CD and DVD of a John Mayer concert performed in Birmingham, Alabama entitled "Any Given Thursday." His next album, called Heavier Things, made number one on the US Billboard 200 chart, and the reviews were once again positive, if a little more reserved than those for Room for Squares making John Mayer tickets more and more popular.
Other releases and awards followed, and by 2005 Mayer was playing with The John Mayer Trio, featuring Steve Jordan and Pino Palladino. The Trio opened for the Rolling Stones during one of their tours and in November 2005, they released a live album called "Try!" In 2006, the John Mayer Trio released "Continuum,"and the band continues to work on a variety of other projects, many of which have been nurtured for years and are simply a labor of love.
John Mayer's album, "Battle Studies"was one of his best yet and featured a change in musical style for him. Buy John Mayer tickets today and watch some of the old, some of the new and everything that we love about Mr. John Mayer.
One of Mayer's loves is to design sneakers, and he delights in planning the look and feel of a new type of shoe crafted from his very fertile imagination. We'll have to wait and see what this versatile and gifted young man produces next, music-wise, and possibly even sneaker-wise. Stay tuned to the John Mayer story; it hasn't ended yet, by a long shot.