John Mayer's Five Most Endearing Moments
2. He loves his parents and his new home
John had two surgeries to correct a granuloma on his vocal chords. He hadn't sung for two years, but he used the first public singing appearance to raise $100k to benefit the firefighters who battled the Pine Creek fire which ravaged the area near his Montana home.
Not only that, but he loves his mama and his papa. Once when out with him mom, someone yelled out: "What do you think about your son?" Mayer said, and TMZ recorded, "I find that inference very offensive. This is my date, not my mother." Then he did this adorbs interview with his dad for People in 2007 in which he called his pops "the most upstanding man I've ever met."
1. He put the Prancercise lady in a video
We like when a super famous guy features one of our local treasures in a national video. And also the idea that "Paper Doll" is a poetic expose about Taylor Swift. It makes the part of us who appreciates justice raise her hands in triumph. Backatcha, Tay.
John Mayer. With Phillip Phillips. 7:30 p.m., September 8, at Cruzan Amphitheatre, 601-7 Sansburys Way, West Palm Beach. Tickets cost between $30 and $69 plus fees. Call 561-795-8883, or visit cruzanamphitheatre.net.