CBS Interactive's award-winning webcast concert series, LIVE ON LETTERMAN, presented by AT&T, will feature two of the music industry's leading singer-songwriters, seven-time GRAMMY® Award winner John Mayer and nine-time GRAMMY® Award winner John Legend, on back-to-back nights, Monday, August 19 and Tuesday, August 20 (8:00 PM), respectively. Performing live direct from the world-famous Ed Sullivan Theater in New York City
John Mayer's LIVE ON LETTERMAN webcast will feature songs off of his upcoming album, Paradise Valley, which will be released following his LIVE ON LETTERMAN performance on August 20, including the single "Paper Doll," as well as songs from his previous albums. John Legend's webcast will also highlight his highly-anticipated upcoming album, Love in the Future, out Sept. 3, and his latest single "Made To Love," along with hits from his earlier albums.
John Mayer is known as a musician who defies genre boundaries. Mayer is well known for collaborations with a range of artists. From rock to blues, hip-hop to jazz to country, he has performed and/or recorded with Eric Clapton, B.B. King, Buddy Guy, T Bone Burnett, Herbie Hancock, The Rolling Stones, Dixie Chicks, Jay-Z and Alicia Keys. Mayer is a respected songwriter and musician who has garnered both critical acclaim and popular appeal. He has won seven GRAMMY® Awards and earned accolades for each album release, selling in excess of 20 million albums worldwide. Mayer will be kicking off his U.S. tour this month and will use the tour to both raise funds for and heighten awareness of the effects of post-traumatic stress on our military veterans.
John Legend is a critically acclaimed, nine-time GRAMMY® Award-winning, platinum-selling singer-songwriter. Legend began his career performing piano and vocals on tracks for artists including Lauryn Hill, Kanye West, Jay-Z and Alicia Keys. His debut album, 2004's Get Lifted, sold over two million copies and earned Legend multiple GRAMMY Awards.
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