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John Mayer Offers Hope For Live Earth New York

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On his blog, John Mayer has offered up a personal note on the Live Earth concert series, his participation, and what it means to the rest of the world. It’s an excellent bit and I look forward to seeing Mayer jam with the rest of the awesome lineup in Jersey. Here’s a snippet,

“With this kind of lineup, there’s no cause or crisis that wouldn’t be positively affected by an event of this scope. Live Earth isn’t a show – it’s a showing, a presentation of an idea. Artists like us don’t just get together to each play 20 minute sets every weekend, you know. We’re also usually pretty sensitive about the order in which we take the stage, and I’ve got no problems with my 5:12 PM set time. The Police, Bon Jovi, Alicia Keys, Kanye West, and yes, myself and my dumb face are all openers for the true headliner – the power to literally change the world’s mind. The star of the night is an idea, and all eyes will be on it. And to that effect, I hope that Mr. Gore and the event organizers will keep in mind that for as much as we the artists represent their message, their message represents us.”

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