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Post  mayermusic on Mon Jul 12, 2010 11:27 am

The latest news about rocking star John Mayer is that he will perform during a free July 20 concert at the Kennedy Center in Washington, DC, joining a bill that also features Smokey Robinson, Branford Marsalis, opera singer Harolyn Blackwell and the National Symphony Orchestra. The show will celebrate the conclusion of Kennedy Center President Michael M. Kaiser's "cross-country fact-finding mission to visit arts & music programs," according to a press release. Kaiser will talk about his experiences on the road as he introduces the night's acts. The rocking star John Mayer kicks off his North American summer tour July 16 in Charlotte, NC. Mayer is scheduled to play amphitheaters in 37 markets. "Battle Studies”, his fourth studio set, surfaced in November, debuting at No. 1 on The Billboard 200. The rocking American singer John Mayer praised singer Taylor Swift at Hall of Fame honors he saying that her huge success is not an accident. Last Thursday night John Mayer returned to a stand-up comedy club in New York, four years after his first outing as a funnyman there fell flat.

The rocker, who has long entertained the idea of a stand-up sideline, appeared at Manhattan's Comedy Cellar in 2006 but his set was not famous with the audience, and critics blamed him of racial slurs and sexism. The rocking star John Mayer has since tried out his act on several events and he returned to the venue last week to put right his earlier flop. The star managed to put on an exciting show, according to the New York Daily News, with a source telling the newspaper Mayer was "really nervous right before he went on and kept checking his notes that he brought onstage," but his act went down well with the tough crowd. John Mayer has bounced back from his recent illness. The rocker proved he is fit and well again by playing a late-night surprise show in New York City. In the month of May the rocking star has cancelled his European tour after he fell sick with a mystery illness but with the show in Manhattan he confirmed that he is fine now.

The legendary icon John Mayer has established a huge social media presence and successfully built a massive online community during the combination of his own website and social networks. John Mayer continued to wow fans with his musical talents and was one of the most engaging musicians/celebrities online these statements hold true today. John Mayer and Keith Urban are singing the praises of CMT Crossroads, a live music show that pairs country music artists with musicians from other genres. Urban and Mayer have teamed up for a new episode that premieres Friday. For the episode, the duo combined forces on Mayer’s “Perfectly Lonely” and “Gravity” and Urban’s “Til Summer Comes Around,” “Sweet Thing” and “If Ever I Could Love.” The pair also played a cover of “Faith” by George Michael. The series has been a hit since 2002 when Lucinda Williams and Elvis Costello performed mutually. An upcoming episode will feature the pairing of Kenny Chesney with the Steve Miller Band on July 9. Buy cheap John Mayer tickets to enjoy his concerts live in your city!


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