John Mayer’s maturity level seems to be growing, saying that he acted like "a jerk" in past relationships just as his live music is getting back on track. Mayer had been battling a throat granuloma, a serious inflammation, which required multiple surgeries and had prevented him from performing live for the last two years.
Many people refuse to accept John Mayer as a serious artist. These people might describe him as an idolized, pre-teen heartthrob making millions off simple pop tunes. Don’t forget his flings with superstars Taylor Swift, Jennifer Anniston and Jessica Simpson, or that in a Playboy interview he did not help his case by referring to Simpson as “sexual napalm” in addition to dropping the “N” word.
It's no secret that Taylor Swift, 22, writes about her feelings, including lost loves, and that's exactly what has John Mayer, 34, so upset. Mayer claims that Swift's recent song, "Dear John," from her new album, Speak Now, is about him and their brief romance in 2010.
John Mayer, 34, may have cancelled the upcoming tour he had planned due to throat problems, but his new album, Born and Raised, speaks for itself — at least in the single "Shadow Days," which is rumored to be about his ex-girlfriend Jennifer Aniston, 43 from whom he split up three years ago.
Listen up, all you John Mayer, 34, fans out there. The Grammy winner has cancelled his upcoming 21-city U.S. tour and all other scheduled live performances due to ongoing throat problems. It's bad timing for Mayer, who just debuted his fifth's album's first single, "Shadow Days," and was planning to kick off a tour to promote the album, Born and Raised, on April 9.