John Mayer

Festival Review: Sunday at Bonnaroo 2016 – Manchester, Tennessee (12.06.16)

June 14, 2016

Sunday marked the final day of Bonnaroo and there was little mercy on the crowd as temperatures reached the highest they had been for the four day festival. The sweltering heat didn’t prevent a stacked lineup from wonderfully wrapping up the 15th edition of one of the best festivals in the world. Sunday is the shortest day […]

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Conan O’Brien announces the 2016 Bonnaroo line up to be headlined by Pearl Jam, LCD Soundsystem and Dead and Company!

January 20, 2016

The artist announcement for this year’s Bonnaroo festival has been dropped in memorable style, with Conan O’Brien delivering the news on Tuesday night’s (US) edition of Conan. Headlined by Pearl Jam, LCD Soundsystem and new project Dead and Company (featuring John Mayer and members of the Grateful Dead), Bonnaroo returns to Manchester, Tennessee this June! […]

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Film Review and Stream: John Mayer “Someday I’ll Fly” (USA, 2014)

May 29, 2014

There is something about singer and guitarist John Mayer. Clearly, he is talented. He is a 19-time Grammy award nominated recording artist, and of those nominations, he has won 7, the last win in 2009 for his song “Gravity”,, for which he won the Best Male Rock Vocal Performance. But for some, his tabloid fodder […]

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Festival Review: West Coast Blues and Roots – Fremantle Park, WA (13.04.14)

April 16, 2014

Sunday saw the West Coast Blues and Roots Festival return to Fremantle for its 11th year. Though back to its now customary one day format and with a smaller line-up than in recent years, the festival still managed to draw a none-too-shabby 15,000 people through the gates. Blues and Roots has always been a reasonably […]

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Album Review: John Mayer – Paradise Valley (2013 LP)

August 28, 2013

If there’s one thing you can’t accuse John Mayer of, it’s that his music is generic and pigeonholed. As a recording artist, his styles have ranged from radio friendly pop rock to blues, to folk, country and even white-man soul. Examining his sixth studio record Paradise Valley, it’s interesting to see where his musical direction is shifting to […]

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