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  • ...maybe you'd be interested in Guster or in Martin Sexton.

    The three of them played together (well not together, but in one concert) in St. Louis recently, so I'm guessing their marketing folks think they work well together. Apparently the three of them were touring together.

    My personal ranking was Martin Sexton (solo guitar blues singer, Very Good, I'll pay money for his CDs and future concerts) then Guster (well-described by a friend as 'the indigo guys', good but not something I'd pay money for) and then John Mayer (definitely Dave Mathews -sounding, which is not my cup of tea).

    Given that I'm not a Dave Mathews fan, you may want to take my recomendations with a lump of salt, but those marketing folks must have had something in mind when lumping them in one show, eh?

    If you go to one of Mayer's shows, be prepared to stand out in the audience. The largest demographic in the audience seemed to be 17-23 year old girls and it was very apparent when he came on that they were mostly there to see him.

    -matt
    • The largest demographic in the audience seemed to be 17-23 year old girls and it was very apparent when he came on that they were mostly there to see him.

      See him, as oppposed to listen to him? :)

      I rarely go to concerts. The people who go to concerts that stand/sit around me usually suck.