John Mayer is currently on tour, and Chris Stapleton came to the concert as a guest appearance in Nashville.
About John Mayer
John Clayton Mayer, an American singer-songwriter, guitarist and record producer born in Bridget, Connecticut, the U.S. on October 16, 1977. His home town is Fairfield, Connecticut, U.S. At the age of 13, and he inclined towards music and guitar after watching Michael J. Fox’s guitar performance.
His famous works are Room for Squares, Heavier Things, and many others. John Mayer and Chris Stapleton performed on Thursday night in Nashville in Mayer’s concert. They did a couple of songs together.
How did they manage to do the concert together..
Mayer said, “I’d like to invite a friend to the stage. I texted this friend and said, ‘Hey, I’d love to have you sit in. Do you want to do one of your songs or one of my songs?’ And he said, ‘We cab do either, or we can just write a song and then go play for it… I said, ‘Challenge accepted.’ I got to town yesterday, we met up in the studio, we wrote this song yesterday, and we’re going to play it for you.”
The duet song
Well this is something, two friends texting and suddenly made a song and performed it on stage. The duet is titled as “I Just Remembered That I Didn’t Care,” a song they did on acoustic guitar. They all together performed Slow Dancing In A Burning Room.
Both of them rocked the stage at Nashville’s Bridgestone Arena. After their performance, David Ryan Harris played a solo cover of Prince’s The Beautiful Ones. Mayer’s next show was in Charlotte on Friday. Stapleton performed In Holmdel, New Jersey this Saturday.