John Mayer Loved Raw & Pure Concert At Hotel Cafe

was spotted leaving Hotel Cafe in Hollywood on Tuesday night (July 28), where the singer songwriter performed a $5 show. Photographers and fans surrounded Mayer as he made his exit. Mayer wrote on his Twitter (@johncmayer) before and after the show:

Dear paparazzi, come and take some thrilling pics of me carrying a guitar and an amp through an alley. And be sure to shout nervously at me.

I loved tonight. Everything music should be. Raw and pure and sometimes great and sometimes not but everyone’s along for the ride.

Thanks for coming out, night cats. Let’s do it again soon.

Watch footage below.

Shares Likely Fictional Robert Pattinson Encounter

July 23, 2009 – joked about observing Robert Pattinson at the Academy Awards earlier today on Twitter (@johncmayer), saying he’d be appearing at Comic-Con this weekend to discuss the ‘Twilight’ star. Mayer writes:

I will be at Comic-Con this weekend to participate in a panel about the time I walked by Robert Pattinson backstage at the Oscars.

He had a bag of sandwiches with him that he couldn’t stop eating. Just one sandwich after another. Carried mustard in a holster.

I believed them to have been an assortment. I saw pumpernickel. RT @duckie808 no insights to the sandwiches in his bag?

At one point he bit into a chicken sandwich and a fair bit of pesto fell on De Niro’s shoe.

John Mayer: Twitter Is Killing My Songwriting

July 20, 2009 – John Mayer is claiming he’ll be slowing down on Twitter (@johncmayer) posts after having troubles coming up with thoughts for lyrics beyond the 140 character limit. The singer songwriter tells followers:

Suffering cerebral atrophy. Since I’ve been communicating in short pulses, I’ve been writing lyrics the same way.

The single-serve idea is killing my writing. Laying off a little in the coming weeks. Need books, thoughts, a sequence of ideas that build.

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