John Mayer Nashville Tickets
John Mayer is an extremely talented American singer, songwriter and guitarist. He broke through the clutter of aspiring musicians and gained immense popularity when the song, “Your Body Is a Wonderland” from his first studio album, received a Grammy Award for ‘Best Male Pop Vocal Performance’ in 2003. His rise to popularity continued when he secured two more Grammy Awards for his third studio album “Continuum”, in 2007. He received the Grammy for ‘Best Male Pop Vocal Performance’ for the single "Waiting on the World to Change." More and more awards kept coming his way, eventually reaching an impressive tally of seven Grammy Awards, out of a total of nineteen nominations.
John Mayer has tried his hand at comedy, television hosting and writing. However, his prowess lies in playing the guitar and singing in his deep calm voice. His fabulous guitar playing is reminiscent of the Eagles and Grateful Dead era. With a career hobbled by romantic flings and controversial off air reputation, Mayer looks to make a new start with his latest album "Paradise Valley." Book your John Mayer Nashville tickets now and catch the charismatic musician live as he takes to the stage at the Bridgestone Arena.
With six studio albums accredited to his name, John Mayer has sold over ten million album copies in the United States and more than twenty million albums worldwide. From a person who resorted to drug use in his twenties, Mayer improved and worked hard to become a sensational singer who promises to come up with more stupendous music.
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