John Mayer 'Born and Raised' Tour Tickets On Sale Now At

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John Mayer begins his worldwide tour stretch April 12, 2013 after recovering from throat surgery. The tour is Mayer's first in three years, and covers multiple cities from New York, New York to Buenos Aires, Argentina, with the final leg at the Hollywood Bowl in Los Angeles.

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John Mayer Tour tickets 2013 are sure to be a big seller this concert season, and fans can expect to see an engaging series of concerts.

John Mayer's new tour begins April 12, 2013 and tickets are for sale now at As Mayer returns to the road after three years, John Mayer Tour tickets 2013 are hotly anticipated. Mayer's tour is in high demand as he hits a variety of venue types including The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony in Los Angeles, the New Orleans Jazz Festival, and Summerfest. Fans have reacted excitedly to the news of Mayer's new tour, and Mayer added a second night at Colorado's Red Rocks Amphitheater due to popular demand. John Mayer Tour tickets 2013 probably won't last long, and the Tuscaloosa, Alabama stop has already sold out.

John Mayer hit the music scene in 2001 after touring for several years and releasing his own E.P. His first mainstream album Room for Squares went platinum four times in the same year, with the hit song “Your Body is a Wonderland.” Although Mayer's songs are frequently played on pop stations, he's worked with a variety of artists including The Dixie Chicks, Kanye West, and B.B. King. In 2005, he founded The John Mayer Trio, a blues and rock group consisting of Mayer, Pino Palladino, and Steve Jordan, with a live album, Try!, released in 2005. In 2006, Mayer started a departure from his acoustic fare and began collaborating with blues and jazz artists. His 2006 album, Continuum, merged both his pop and blues work for a new sound. His fourth studio album Battle Studies followed in 2009, however in 2011, his newest album Born and Raised was delayed due to health reasons. In March 2012, Mayer canceled his tour dates and took an indefinite hiatus. Born and Raised was still released that May, and Rolling Stone gave it four stars.

This is Mayer's first tour since recouping after his 2011 diagnosis of a throat granuloma. Extensive surgery has helped him heal and Mayer is ready to return to the road. “The greatest gift I now have in my life is the opportunity to play again, which is also the opportunity to dream again,” Mayer told Billboard. John Mayer Tour tickets 2013 are sure to be a big seller this concert season, and fans can expect to see an engaging series of concerts.

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