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ACM Awards: John Mayer to Perform With Brad Paisley

As he gears up for a slew of summer tour dates, John Mayer will hit Las Vegas on Sunday for the Academy of Country Music Awards. The newly-single musician will join Brad Paisley on stage during the ceremony, which will also feature collaborations from Hunter Hayes and Stevie Wonder, Tim McGraw, Taylor Swift and Keith Urban, as well as George Strait and Garth Brooks – among a laundry list of additional performers.

 

John Mayer: 'I was just a jerk' to my exes

In a forthcoming interview with "CBS Sunday Morning," the "Clarity" singer reflects harshly on his well-earned rep as a Hollywood heartbreaker.

 

Quick Spins: John Mayer’s ‘Born and Raised’

It was a little over two years ago that John Mayer soaked his career in kerosene and lit a match, sitting for a Playboy interview in which he compared a certain part of his anatomy to David Duke, and gratuitously overshared about his relationships with ex-girlfriends Jennifer Aniston and Jessica Simpson. It was one of pop history’s most spectacular (and purposeful? Freud would say yes) acts of self-sabotage.

 

John Mayer Deletes Twitter Account

Fans who want to keep up with John Mayer will no longer be able to do so via Twitter. The singer-songwriter deleted his account, leaving behind 3.7 million followers.

 

Mayer calls HuffPost 'the internet Death Star'

The singer has kept fairly quiet since dropping the "N" word in Playboy earlier this year, but he broke from the light-hearted material in his recent Tumblr posts to take on reports that he's back with Aniston.

 

John Mayer apologizes for Playboy interview

John Mayer apologizes for Playboy interview

John Mayer is apologizing for his mouth. The Grammy-winner took to his Twitter page to make amends for his latest inflammatory comments - this time, in the March edition of Playboy.

 

John Mayer Offers First Listen to “Battle Studies” Single “Who Says”

John Mayer premiered the first single off his new album Battle Studies, “Who Says,” on his official Website, alerting fans to his new song with a tweet that reads, “From my heart to yours.” The sweet little acoustic folk ballad starts off innocently, reminding fans of Continuum favorites like “Stop This Train” and “Heart ...

 

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