John Mayer has felt the wrath of Taylor Swift‘s guitar and pen, and he didn’t like it. The pop-singer acknowledges that ‘Dear John’ — an album cut from Swift’s 2010 ‘Speak Now’ album — is about him, but adds that he didn’t know that he’d hurt her until the song came out.
We were all so excited when earlier this year it was announced that East Texan Kacey Musgraves would be going on an 18-city tour with seven-time Grammy Award-winning singer/songwriter John Mayer. In fact, she was to be the exclusive opener on his Spring 2012 Tour. However, Mayer was forced to "take an indefinite hiatus from live performing due to the return of the granuloma in his throat.&quo
Kacey Musgraves stopped by Radio Texas Live last October, and we debuted "Merry Go Round," the song that brought down the house last week at The Ryman in Nashville. Now, she's the sole opening act for one of biggest names in all of music.
Perhaps guitar-slinging favorite John Mayer was a little more impacted by his time with Taylor Swift than he originally thought. Though the ‘Heartbreak Warfare’ singer hasn’t quite gone country, he just released a clip from his upcoming single ‘Shadow Days,’ and we detect a bit of a twang in there. The single is the first from Mayer’s impending record ‘Born and Raised,’ which doesn’t yet have an o