“You should take your head out of the equation a little bit when it comes to matters of the heart,” he said.
Almost instantaneously fans and critics alike had much to say about the image. Here’s the five more scathing reactions.
Every Tuesday, Dan Weiss runs down the week’s new full-length music releases, from charting hits to more obscure depths, the underrated and the overrated.
“Thank you guys so much for coming out this evening and supporting me,” he told the packed audience at Ed Sullivan Theatre. “If you made it this far you’re a true fan.”
Mayer’s latest features Frank Ocean and Katy Perry, plus a J.J. Cale cover.
Katy Perry will be featured on “a country-tinged mid-tempo track titled ‘Who You Love’” while Frank Ocean will lend his voice on “Wildfire.”
John Mayer’s summer is gearing up to be a busy one. Currently on the road for his Born and Raised World Tour, Mayer announced today (July 16) that his sixth studio album Paradise Valley will drop August 20.
“I’m so proud to join these incredible artists as we come together through our music in support of The Global Poverty Project,” Alicia Keys said.
We separated the “so cold” performances from the “bleeding volcanoes” to ask the question: Whose $16-song slot made music history? We’ve categorized, divided and deemed which acts will not fade away.
While fans have been attempting to decipher the lyrics, whether the track may allude to former flames Taylor Swift or Katy Perry is unclear.
Mayer took to his Facebook page yesterday (May 28) to announce that he’s working on his sixth studio album and will be releasing a clip every Tuesday to give fans a sneak peek at what he’s working on.
During a session last week at ASCAP’s I Create Music Expo, Perry filled attendees in on what to expect from her new music. Here are five things we learned.
See photos and a full recap of the Rock Hall Induction Ceremony, and read what Tom Morello, Geddy Lee, Jerry Cantrell and more told us about the night.
John Mayer Calls Albert King The ‘Reason Guitar Faces Were Invented’ At Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame Induction
“I first heard of Albert King in a guitar magazine from a Stevie Ray Vaughan interview,” Mayer said. He also noted that he quoted King in his high school year book, writing, “The blues don’t change.”
Keith Richards/Eric Clapton, Keith Urban/Vince Gill, John Mayer/Doyle Bramhall Collabs Highlight Crossroads Night 2
Eric Clapton doesn’t play that wild brand of barroom rock and roll very often anymore, but he was all smiles backing Keith Richards on Chuck Berry’s “Sweet Little Rock And Roller” at Crosswords Fest.