Mayer wants to thank everyone who came out to his ‘Where Does This Door Go’ aMAYERica Tour! Thank you so much for making this tour a HUGE success. Much love to Quadron and DJ Kurse for supporting the tour. If you were in attendance be sure to visit the Picture Time website to tag yourself and download the hi-res photo from your show.
The Aston Shuffle brought in Mayer Hawthorne to sing on their new track “Never Take It Away.” Take a listen to it in the player above.
Today Mayer released DJ Vice’s remix of “Crime w/Kendrick Lamar” for free download! Take a listen in the player above then download it here.
Today Vibe.com premiered ‘Behind The Door,’ which is a short documentary Mayer shot while recording his third album, ‘Where Does This Door Go.’ Take a step inside the studio sessions and hear from the artists and producers who contributed to the album, including Pharrell Williams, Jack Splash, Greg Wells, Kid Harpoon, John Hill & Oak.
After Mayer Hawthorne’s concert in Oakland on Saturday February 1, he will be doing a special DJ Set at Temple SF in San Francisco. Click here for ticket info.
Are you going to the WDTDG America Tour? Do you want to meet Mayer Hawthorne? While here’s your chance! Mayer decided to create ticketless VIP Packages for those who want a extra special experience at the concert.
The limited time, first come, first served ticketless VIP packages include:
- Access to Early Entry & Soundcheck Experience
- Access to a Meet & Greet and Photo w/ Mayer Hawthorne
- An Autographed Tour Poster
- A Mayer Hawthorne Tote Bag
- A Commemorative Laminate
- Access to Mayer’s VIP e-mail group
Want to buy your VIP Package? Click Here.
NOTE: These packages do not include a ticket to the concert. Concert tickets must be purchased separately.
Mayer teamed up with Australian band, Mitzi (one of his favorites from 2013), for a remix of ‘Reach Out Richard.’ Take a listen and download it for free in the player above!
Mayer decided to put together a quick mix featuring some of the incredible vinyl records he brought home from his recent trip to Brazil. Mayer notes “Brazilian vinyl is frequently beat up and scratched so if the record skip, don’t trip.” Take a listen and download it for free in the player above.