John Mayer seems to be everywhere lately. After a jaunt through North America, the singer-songwriter is now across the pond in Europe in support of his latest album, The Search for Everything. Mayer stopped into Amsterdam’s Ziggo Dome Wednesday night where he busted out a solo acoustic cover of Drake’s “Passionfruit.” Mayer’s fingerpicked version of Drake’s island-tinged track from his latest project, More Life, is an interesting take on the dance number. And John has quite the cool visual show we might add. You can check out video above.
Along with releasing a new album, Mayer is fresh on the heels of some high-profile collaborations with his buddy Dave Chappelle. At the beginning of the year Dave dropped in on John when the latter was performing an intimate solo acoustic show in L.A. The two friends sang covers by Tom Petty, Nirvana and more. In April Dave joined John again, this time on Dave’s home turf in Columbus. The two artists then led a tribute to Charlie Murphy who had passed away earlier that day. Most recently, the two friends teamed up for some shows in San Francisco.
John Mayer will be returning to the U.S. in late May to resume his duties with Dead & Company, including a stop in Las Vegas on May 27 and a two-night run at Boulder, Colorado’s Folsom Field June 9 and 10. John will then resume his own world tour that will see him in Colorado again, this time at Denver’s Pepsi Center. Click here for John Mayer Pepsi Center tickets.