John Mayer Hits the Road in Support of ‘Continuum’
Early next year, John Mayer, Grammy award winning songwriter/singer, will be launching a major headlining tour as he continues to back “Continuum,” the critically acclaimed album of Mayer’s.
The tour will be kicking off in Jacksonville, FL on January 25 with about 24 dates scheduled through February, which includes the finale on February 28 at Madison Square Garden in New York City. Tickets for most of the sale will be going on sale next month to the general public.
In the meantime, Local 83 members, the official fan club of Mayer’s, will have an early chance to get tickets through line pre-sales. The Local 83 website has additional information available.
Last month the third full length studio album of Mayer’s, “Continuum,” was released. The set debuted in the No. 2 spot on Bilboard’s 200 charts and features the song “Waiting on the World to Change.” That single, along with two other tracks, are streaming on the MySpace page of Mayer’s.
Mayer last November released “Try!,” a live set that captured a Chicago live performance from September 2005. It featured Mayer, drummer Steve Jordan (Rolling Stones, Bruce Springsteen) and bassist Pino Palladino (Jeff Beck, the Who) who are known collectively as The John Mayer trio. It includes “Vultures” and “Gravity,” tracks from “Continuum.”