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Live at Soundstage - Part Two

John Mayer

Year: 2004

Runtime: 00:54:02

John Mayer’s convincing vocals, guitar virtuosity and compelling songwriting has earned him the respect of his contemporaries as well as significant radio airplay and a solid fan following. On the second part of this Soundstage episode, John Mayer continues his set with favorites “My Stupid Mouth,” “Neon” and the Grammy Award-winning Song of the Year “Daughters.” Towards the end of this episode Buddy Guy returns to end this show on a high note (literally). This time the roles are reversed as Buddy takes the lead on the classic blues “Feels Like Rain,” while Mayer steps back on guitar and lets the teacher do his thing.

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Blues, Pop, Singer Songwriter

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