John Mayer Trio Live in Concert on November 23rd

Network LIVE, a joint venture between America Online, XM Satellite Radio and AEG, will present the John Mayer Trio at New York City's Bowery Ballroom next Wednesday, November 23rd to celebrate the November 22nd release of "Try! John Mayer Trio Live In Concert." Through Network LIVE's partnership with AOL and XM Radio, millions of John Mayer fans will have access to this intimate performance in real-time and on demand. The Network LIVE horizontal platform of partners allows artists to connect with millions fans, while still maintaining the intimacy of a small show. Moreover, it allows fans to enjoy the live performance live, or on demand. The exclusive performance will be broadcast live via AOL Music LIVE and XM Satellite Radio using the same highly successful and critically acclaimed Live8 model of live music content creation production, distribution and marketing.

Next Tuesday's highly anticipated live release from the John Mayer Trio comes on the heels of a six-week Trio tour that revealed the blues, soul, and rock partnership of John Mayer, Pino Palladino, and Steve Jordan. Try! was recorded at various venues throughout the tour, and features brand new songs such as "Who Did You Think I Was", "Gravity", and "Vultures", along with classic Jimi Hendrix and Ray Charles covers, as well as workings of Mayer's Grammy-award winning "Daughters" and "Something's Missing."

The John Mayer Trio will perform on Good Morning America on Tuesday, November 22nd and The Late Show with David Letterman on Thursday, November 24th. Fans in the New York area will be treated to a special in-store performance by the Trio at Tower Records Village location on November 22nd. Performances on the CBS Early Show and Late Night with Conan O'Brien are scheduled for December.

John Mayer is a Grammy-award winning, multi-platinum artist celebrated for his talent as a songwriter and guitar player. He has collaborated with a diverse range of artists from the prolific and iconic -- Eric Clapton, Herbie Hancock, Buddy Guy, BB King, and John Scofield -- to ground-breaking, contemporary artists such as Kanye West, Maroon 5, and Alicia Keys. Drummer Steve Jordan (Bruce Springsteen, Rolling Stones) and bassist Pino Palladino (the Who, Jeff Beck) are two of the most respected players in their field whose collaboration with John Mayer resulted in the formation of the John Mayer Trio, a soulful rock and blues band. The John Mayer Trio will release a live album -- Try! John Mayer Trio Live In Concert -- on Aware/Columbia Records on November 22, 2005.

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