John Mayer Announces Yet Another Tour

will be kicking off a summer tour June 24th in Vancouver, this despite the fact that he’s currently on his spring tour. Again on this tour, he be supporting his major-label debut ‘Room for Squares’ with concerts at several North American locations until August 18th in San Diego. For a complete rundown of Mayer’s tour stops, read on.

John Mayer tour dates:
6/24: Vancouver, Richard’s On Richards
6/26: Toronto, Opera House
6/29: Ottawa, Barrymore’s
7/17: Boston, FleetBoston Pavilion
7/19: New York, Central Park SummerStage
7/20: Wilmington, DE, Kahunaville / Big Kahuna
7/22: Rochester Hills, MI, MeadowBrook Music Festival
7/24: Cleveland, Tower City Amphitheater
7/25: Pittsburgh, Amphitheater at Station Square
7/26: Columbus, OH PromoWest Pavilion
7/27: Chicago, A. Finkl
7/29: Kettering, OH, Fraze Pavilion
7/30: Milwaukee, Eagles Ballroom
8/1: Minneapolis, Northrop Auditorium
8/2: Kansas City, City Market
8/3: St. Louis, Fox Theater
8/6: Denver, CityLights Pavilion
8/9: Portland, OR, Arlene Schnitzer Hall
8/10: Seattle, Paramount Theater
8/16: Berkeley, CA Greek Theater
8/17: Los Angeles, Greek Theater
8/18: San Diego, SDSU Open Air Theater

John Mayer Wants To Invest In JTIM

April 27, 2002 – Teen People caught up with John Mayer and in the magazine’s latest issue he says of *NSYNC star Justin Timberlake: “Justin Timberlake. If he were a stock, I would cash out all my publishing and buy it. I think Justin Timberlake is the next Michael Jackson. That kid is walking around with this melody bomb in his head and nobody knows it’s about to go off.”

John Mayer’s Benign Revolution Is Under Way

April 23, 2002 – David Lindquist of the Indianapolis Star reviewed John Mayer’s show Sunday at the Murat Egyptian Room, calling him a ‘worthy rival’ to Dave Matthews’ frat-rock throne. Lindquist revealed the singer scored laughs with a near cover of the Backstreet Boys’ ‘I Want It That Way’ during the set. Of the Matthews comparisons, he adds, “Consider that Mayer enunciates when he sings, writes songs tailored for radio airplay and plays stylish guitar solos. Mayer also is better-looking than Matthews and more personable with an audience.”

Individualism Is A Two-Edged Sword For John Mayer

April 19, 2002 – Jim Farber of the New York Daily News spoke with John Mayer on his musical style that is so unique, it’s somewhat of a double-edged sword for him. “The trait of becoming a good songwriter isn’t as easily duplicable by the industry as, say, everyone wanting to be Pearl Jam,” he says. “Then, all you had to do was clench your teeth and sing real loud. To be thoughtful, it takes something more.” The full story at has since been removed.

John Mayer Was Gravitated Towards Music

March 29, 2002 – Mikael Wood of the Dallas Observer spoke with John Mayer on his debut ‘Room for Squares’ and how he got started into music. Mayer revealed, “I was always around music, you know? Growing up in Connecticut, there was a piano in the house from the time I was born, and I just gravitated toward it.”

Expectations Rise Dramatically For John Mayer

March 28, 2002 – Steve Hochman of the Los Angeles Times spoke with John Mayer following the dramatic underground success of his major-label debut album, ‘Room for Squares,’ which has cleared 250,000 copies. John said, “So many things in my life appear to be noble, but in reality they’re circumstantial. What I do know is I made a record that wasn’t watched by a lot of people, and it seems to have turned out fine. I can hold it up and say, ‘Look what happens when I make records this way.'”

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