John Mayer Wantagh Tickets
Singer of award-winning songs such as “Gravity,” “Waiting on the World to Change” and “Daughters,” John Mayer is an American musician, hailing from Connecticut. After attending the Berklee College of Music for a while, Mayer moved to Atlanta in 1997 to formally begin his music career. Soon he was signed on to Aware Records and then to Columbia Records, where he released his first EP, Inside Wants Out. And from here onwards, his success knew no bounds. If you want to check his music out, here is the perfect opportunity: grab these John Mayer Wantagh tickets and head on over to the Jones Beach Theater.
John Mayer has been nominated nineteen times for the Grammy Awards, winning seven of those nominations.
John Mayer’s Discography
Over the years, John Mayer has released seven studio albums. His first two works Room for Squares (2001) and Heavier Things (2003), were both commercially successful and helped make Mayer a rising star in the music industry. Both these albums achieved a multi-platinum status. In addition to that, he also won the Grammy Award for his song “Your Body is a Wonderland” for Best Male Pop Vocal Performance. After that, came his album Continuum, which was nominated for the Album of the Year at the 2007 Grammy Awards. The next studio album, Battle Studies was released in 2009 and was nominated for the Best Pop Vocal Album at the 2011 Grammy Awards. The subsequent two albums, Paradise Valley in 2013 and The Search for Everything in 2017 were quite successful as well.
Awards and Accolades
For his contributions to music, John Mayer has won several awards. Out of nineteen Grammy nominations, he has won seven awards, including the Grammy for the Best Male Rock Vocal Performance for his songs “Gravity” and “Say”. Other awards he has won include the 15th Annual Boston Music Awards , MTV Video Music Awards and the People’s Choice Awards.
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