Birth Name: John Clayton Mayer
Birth Place: Atlanta, Georgia, U.S.
Years Active: 1998–present
Genres: Pop Rock, Indie Rock
John Clayton Mayer (born October 16, 1977) is an American musician. Born in Bridgeport, Connecticut and raised in Fairfield, Connecticut, he attended Berklee College of Music in Boston before moving to Atlanta, Georgia in 1997, where he refined his skills and gained a following.
A year after moving to Atlanta, Georgia and playing in local clubs, Mayer released the independent EP “Inside Wants Out” in 1999. This album, as well as continued performances, gained Mayer attention from the independent promotional record label Aware Records.
Aware released his first full-length album, “Room for Squares,” in 2001, and when Columbia Records acquired Aware the following year, the album was...
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What a sad day, and a monumental loss. BB King's life was in and of itself a time capsule, and a yardstick for modern music history, most of which played out under his watch. Some people, they seem to hold a certain governing time and space together, and when they pass, you just know the facts, the recollections, the details...they're left to fend for themselves. But the facts about BB will never fade: he was a pioneer in the inception of electric blues music and he was its grand ambassador generations later. He will forever inspire guitar players to argue (successfully) that less is more, that heart will always win over mind. Whenever your heart hurts and you don't know if you have it in you right then and there to make sense of it, put on some B.B. King and feel what happens. Today, B.B.'s music is going to do something it's never done before: help us through the blues we have from losing him. Goodbye, B... John
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