John Mayer Plays Surprise Solo Acoustic Show In Los Angeles, Dave Chappelle Joins

first_imgAnd footage of the new song. You can also head to this Periscope account to catch videos from the performance. Opening the night up was Joey Dosik, perhaps best known to our audience for his collaborations with Vulfpeck. Indeed, Jack Stratton and Theo Katzman were on stage as well, performing alongside Dosik for the opening set.[Photo by jenfar_81 // Instagram] With the recent announcement of his rollout plan for new album The Search For Everything, guitarist John Mayer surprised fans in Los Angeles, CA with a secret show at his favorite haunt, Hotel Cafe. Mayer has played there on a handful of occasions, including an all-star super jam and a recent appearance at a benefit show at the intimate dive bar venue.Last night, though, it was all Mayer, as the guitarist sang through a number of his original tunes new and old, and even welcomed comedian Dave Chappelle to the stage for some covers. The set included “Who Says,” “Big Shirt,” “No Such Thing,” “Dear Marie,” “Slow Dancing in a Burning Room,” “Walt Grace’s Submarine Test, January 1967,” “Stop This Train,” “In Your Atmosphere,” “Waiting on the Day,” “Love on the Weekend,” and new song “Move On, Getting Over.”See video of “No Such Thing” below.Watch Mayer and Dave Chappelle lead a sing-along to Nirvana’s “Come As You Are”.last_img

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