John Mayer with friends at Cecconi’s Restaurant,West Hollywood,on his Birthday.
#JohnMayerDoc EXTRAS | Songs at Berklee
During John Mayer’s two terms at Berklee College of Music (beginning at age 19) he wrote/co-wrote a collection of songs…
Victoria, Love Soon, Man on the Side, Sucker and Comfortable.
These tracks would feature regularly in John’s early shows in Atlanta after his move there in 1998.
737, 150 MASS AVE was JM’s College dorm room. You can hear John talk about his time at Berklee HERE
The Berklee group photograph features (from left to right) Clay Cook, John Mayer and Matt Mangano. Clay Cook was in fact the one who told Mayer to move to Atlanta (Hear John talk about it HERE) John and Clay formed the duo Lo-Fi Masters before going their separate ways right before Mayer’s recording (at Orphan Studio) of the EP Inside Wants Out. Clay co-wrote a bunch of songs with John Mayer including the hit No Such Thing and fan favourite Neon.
Matt Mangano later become John’s roommate in Atlanta and a touring musician during Mayer’s early tour of the US in early 2000/2001 and parts of 2002. See Matt Mangano (the band’s bass player) on tour with JM HERE
WATCH Zac Brown Band perform Neon with John Mayer.
See MORE info on the ‘Dave Matthews Band ticket stub’ reference
I just wish I could give back a fraction of what you’ve given me, happy birthday john
Fans of John Mayer and the documentary ‘Someday I’ll Fly’ I’ll be posting a bunch of new JM related content over the next few weeks. I think you’ll enjoy.
John Mayer: Someday I’ll Fly
The documentary chronicling the career and music of Grammy Award winning artist John Mayer.
Watch on YouTube HERE
Happy 37th Birthday John C. Mayer (October 16th)
“If you want to freak out, freak out. If, all of a sudden, you feel like you’re 6 and you wanna cry and you don’t know why, just do it. Let’s just everybody accept that everybody else is gonna freak out. You’re gonna have at least one moment in a week where you just don’t feel right. But maybe it doesn’t feel so wrong if you know that it’s kind of supposed to happen. It’s the other side of being conscious and loving.”