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More about John Mayer.
After a short-lived stretch at the Berklee College of Music, where he had a "great learning knowledge, but not because of class," John Mayer set down roots in Atlanta, where his music profession hit the ground running. After one year in Atlanta, he released his debut solo album, Inside Wants Out, in 1999. At the similar time, he became a ordinary in the Atlanta club circuit, playing a solid stream of shows at venues like Eddie's Attic. An facade in March 2000 at the South by Southwest Music Festival led to a recording agreement with Aware Records, a subsidiary of Columbia.
He began recording his main label debut, Room for Squares, that fall with maker John Alagia, who had before worked with artists like Dave Matthews and the Ben Folds Five. Mayer's first album had been a absolutely acoustic effort; in contrast, Room for Squares featured a full electric band and showed the work of its manufacturer with its funky hooks and an emphasis positioned on Mayer's versatile, smooth voice, which bore more than just a stylistic similarity to Dave Matthews. Aware's parent company Columbia re-released Room for Squares in the summer of 2001 adding one bonus track, and also offered a very restricted edition two CD set including a disc with two before unreleased covers. Mayer's dedicated fanbase grew significantly larger during his first cross-country tour to support the album, spawning a number of CDR trading outlets through fan websites