John Mayer Is Back On Tour And I Got A Chance To See Him

John Mayer Is Back On Tour And I Got A Chance To See Him

I got a chance to catch John Mayer at The Forum in Los Angeles, CA.

Mayer is back! And he's got a brand-new album he has been promoting on the road for quite some time now. I got a chance to see him at The Forum in Los Angeles over summer and he was quite fantastic.

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He opened the show with the groovy track "Helpless" from his latest album, “The Search for Everything.” This immediately had people jamming along to that funky song and kicked the show off on a really high note. (Ha, music pun) He proceeded with a few classics and some storytelling in between the songs. "Who Says" really seemed to hit home for a lot of people with all this divide going on in our country.


John pulled off a beautiful rendition in his acoustic set of “XO” by Beyoncé. It was sung with precision and passion. It would even make the Queen herself quite proud. The last song of the acoustic set was "Neon", and every fan of Mayer's knows that’s an incredibly hard song to play and John absolutely nailed it. It was groovy and had tons of soul to it.


This was the part of the show that I was looking forward to the most. The John Mayer Trio was what made me of a fan of him in the first place. He opened with "Vultures" and ended with the standard blues "Crossroads." This is where Mayer's talent is showcased. His guitar playing is extremely tasteful and played with tons of feel, reminiscent of old blues legends. The band was extremely tight and appealed to the more seasoned Mayer fans

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You never know what can happen when you see a show in LA, it's safe to expect the unexpected. And it happened, Post Malone came out to do a rocking rendition of his hit "Congratulations." The crowd went absolutely nuts, and rightfully so. This prompted Mayer to try his hand at rap. Spoiler: it did not go too well. He went on to play a few other groovy songs to cap off the set.


Mayer came out and played the very folkish and heartfelt "In the Blood" to start off his encore. He then proceeded to the fan favorite, "Gravity." The whole place sang the song back to him and it was a magical scene in Los Angeles.


Mayer came out to play one final song to cap the night off. He sat at his all-white piano and sang the track "You're Gonna Live Forever in Me." It was simple, sweet, and a perfect way to cap off an incredible night.

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18 Types Of Mini-Golfers You Come Across On An 18-Hole Course

Which type of mini-golfer are YOU?


Mini-golf: A fun activity that has been around since 1916. We have all played mini-golf before and have probably played a variety of courses over the year. The one thing you might not always realize is the players around you. Next time you go mini-golfing take a look at those playing around you and see if you can find these 18 types of players. Even see which of these mini-golfers you fit!

The professional golfer.

This is the golfer who always has to look at the hole, line up his shot every time, and takes the rules seriously such as adding a stroke when the ball goes out of bounds. I mean it's mini-golf, you don't need to line up ALL your shots.

The driver.

This is the golfer who drives the ball as if he was on an actual golf course. It's one thing if you have a power swing, but this person typically drives the ball purposefully.

The obnoxious one.

This is the golfer who is just wild and all over the place. They make such a big deal out of every play, might make irrelevant comments, etc. It's just unnecessary.

The cheerleader.

This is the person who is constantly cheering others on. Even if it's a bad play they'll say "awe, it's o.k! You still got this!"

The family with the annoying kids.

This is the family where the parents don't know how to control their kids. This is where the kids will go to the next hole before their parents, destroy some of the property, or even interfere with other people golfing.

The family that tries to act like a family.

This is the family that you can clearly see is just acting like a family. It could be as simple as a family that seems tense and is just playing together to a family where the dad and kids are playing while the mom just walks around with them filing her nails.

The group of 8+.

This is the group that holds EVERYONE up. They don't care if there are 8+ balls on one hole at a time. If you are this group, please let people behind you go ahead.

The inseparable couple.

This is the couple that is all over each other. They're constantly kissing if they aren't playing or they are taking pictures of each other.

The teenage girls.

These are the girls acting all innocent and taking selfies while playing while their parents sit near the entrance for them. It's the only thing they can do without parent supervision.

The oldie.

This is literally a grandma or grandpa who is naturally just slow. They are so adorable, but it'll take a good 2 hours to play a full 18 holes with them because of how slow they move.

The smokers.

These are the people smoking cigs or cigars while playing. Let's just hope they aren't smoking around kids and put their butts in the little buckets at each hole.

The slow pokes.

These are the golfers that just take forever. If you are a slow poke please be considerate of those behind you and let them go ahead of you.

The competitive one.

This is the one who is constantly up in your face about how they're going to win. They are the ones who can't just enjoy a game of mini-golf.

The out of bounder.

This is the golfer who constantly hits the ball out of bounds. At that rate you don't even give them a penalty stroke because they'd be up to 10+ on one hole.

The goofball.

This is the person who just acts silly. They could be the ones using a child's size putter or balancing on different rocks or stumps on the course.

The clueless one.

This is the one who never realizes what hole their on, when it's their turn, or what they are even doing.

The scorekeeper.

This is the golfer who takes keeping score seriously. Or this could just be the person who naturally always keeps score when you go mini-golfing.

The normal couple (or group).

These are the people we all love. It's the people who like some friendly competition, but don't goof around. They move from hole to hole at a good pace and keep to themselves. They also are cognizant of those around them. These are the mini-golfers we all love and should strive to be.

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