kdtesting123:

John Mayer Live In Adelaide

Photos - Rodney Magazinovic

April 15, 2014

Beautiful, right down to the boots!

John Mayer covering Beyonce’s “XO” live at the Adelaide Entertainment Centre in Australia on April 15th, 2014. 

Perfect

Everyday Hero: Andrew McFadyen

jm-fan-street-team:

Meet a few of our heroes (other than John).

You only need 8 minutes to do something life-changing. It could be the next 8 minutes, it could be an hour and 8 minutes from now. It could be tomorrow night. But you have to hold steady in between those moments.
John Mayer (via iamjohnmayer)

What I needed to hear today.

geoffreyt:

Here’s an unreleased version of a song about today, and most other holidays.

Happy St. Paddy’s Day!

Gorgeous!

Gorgeous!

fromthemotionpicture:

"There is a migration from 1960, when the show started, to right about where we are now, about a lot of the cultural…New York was the center of publishing, business, stock market, theater, television, film to some degree, all the companies were owned by people in New York, finance obviously in 1960, literature. And some of that has started to dissipate across the country. And as the country changes, California rises and becomes more and more important."

Mad Men creator Matthew Weiner on the change of scenery in the upcoming seventh season (Vanity Fair).

More Mad Men!

vanityfair:

Mad Men Season 7 First Look
See more photos here. 

Yes, finally!

vanityfair:

Mad Men Season 7 First Look

See more photos here. 

Yes, finally!

pablues8:

I’m a little lost at sea. I’m a little birdie in a big old tree. Ain’t nobody looking for me, Here out on the highway.

Love seeing him on piano

pablues8:

I’m a little lost at sea. I’m a little birdie in a big old tree. Ain’t nobody looking for me, Here out on the highway.

Love seeing him on piano

jhnmyr:

John Mayer/Steve Jordan/Pino Palladino/Chick Corea/Wallace Roney

Here’s a full seven minute tune I loosely composed called “Little Sur,” recorded last February in New York City. I got together with some of my friends and favorite players for six amazing days of playing music with no rules, no plans, and no pressure. Oh, and no vocals. What came from it was a really inspired batch of recordings. Hours of music that I’ll need to sift through at some point should it ever become an album. (I hope it does.) If you’re wondering where I am in the mix, that’s me playing a Music Man long scale guitar… Pino and I are kind of both living in the bass space. As soon as Chick came in on the piano, I knew something really deep was taking place.  This is the rough mix that was given to me at the end of the day, as it has lived on my laptop since.

I tried to find a minute, two minute clip to share with you, but these recordings just don’t work any other way than in their unabridged form. So here it is. Free music. Played freely, shared freely. Put it on and go for the ride… If you dig all seven minutes, then surely you deserve them. 

There are times for marketing strategies, and there are times for just  p l a y i n g. The original design for all musicians.  Hope you enjoy hearing this as much as I did. 

John 

Pure talent