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John Mayer just added 2023 tour dates. Here’s how to get tickets today

John Mayer won’t be spending much time at his Montana home in 2023.Rather than relax, the seven-time Grammy winner just announced his 19-concert “Solo Tour” that will take him all over North America from March 11 through Nov. 10.And if you’re the Big Apple and dying to hear “Your Body Is A Wonderland” live, you’re in luck.Mayer, 45, will hit New York City’s Madison Square Garden on Oct. 3 as well as UBS Arena in Elmont, NY.This won’t be your standard tour, either.“I began my career on stage with only a guitar and a microphone.

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Pet Shop Boys announce Greatest Hits show at The Eden Project
Pet Shop Boys have announced Greatest Hits show as part of this year’s Eden Sessions series in Cornwall.The synth-pop duo – aka Neil Tennant and Chris Lowe – are due to perform a two-hour career-spanning set at the Eden Project on June 28 as part of their UK and European ‘Dreamworld: The Greatest Hits Live’ tour.Rita Broe, managing director of Eden Sessions Ltd, said: “We are thrilled to announce that Pet Shop Boys will be bringing their acclaimed greatest hits tour to Eden.“Their stunning production set against the iconic backdrop of the Biomes will be a breathtaking and unique experience.”Tickets go on general sale at 5pm GMT next Monday (February 20) – you’ll be able to buy yours here.The 2023 Eden Sessions will also feature gigs from The War On Drugs (June 18), Jack Johnson (June 23) and Lionel Richie (June 7). You can find more information about the series here.You can see the full itinerary for the Pet Shop Boys’ previously-announced UK and Ireland tour below, and find any remaining tickets here.JUNE17 – OVO Arena Wembley, London19 – 3Arena, Dublin21 – P&J Live, Aberdeen23 – M&S Bank Arena, Liverpool24 – First Direct Arena, Leeds26 – Brighton Centre, Brighton28 – Eden Project, Cornwall – new dateLast month, Pet Shop Boys revealed that they would be releasing four previously-unreleased songs this spring to accompany the 2023 edition of their Annually book.
Jack Johnson shares title track from new album, ‘Meet The Moonlight’
Jack Johnson has shared the title track from his upcoming new album, ‘Meet The Moonlight’ – listen to it below.The US singer-songwriter’s eighth studio album – the follow-up to 2017’s ‘All The Light Above It Too’ – will arrive on June 24 via Brushfire/Republic Records.Johnson announced the album last month alongside its lead single, ‘One Step Ahead’, a plucky, acoustic guitar-driven cut rich with texture and insightful lyrics.He’s now dropped off the title tack from the forthcoming project. The tranquil number hears Johnson’s guitar weave in and out of a soothing instrumental dreamscape as he repeats the same verse and chorus over.“It’s funny how blind dreams can be/ It seems like they look off too far/ But it’s good to be right here/ It’s good not to miss too many chances to follow love,” he sings on the chorus.You can listen to the track below:Johnson made his upcoming new album with acclaimed producer Blake Mills (Lana Del Rey, Weezer, Norah Jones), recording it at Sound City and EastWest Studios in Los Angeles and Johnson’s Mango Tree studio in Hawaii.“When Blake and I first got in touch we’d send each other playlists, and over time we realised we were drawn to music that sounds effortless despite all the effort put into making it,” Johnson said in a statement.