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John Mayer Cancels Tour

MAYER’S DEEP THROAT: John Mayer has been forced to pull the plug the recently announced U.S. tour for his new album Born and Raised and will take an indefinite hiatus from live performing due to the return of the granuloma in his throat. That means two high-visibility showcase gigs, one scheduled for Monday night at the Troubadour and the other at SXSW, have also been canceled. The seven-time Grammy Award-winning singer, songwriter and musician was treated for the same condition and placed on extensive vocal rest in 2011. The 18-city tour was to be his first in the U.S. in two years. Born and Raised will be released as planned by Columbia Records on May 22.  The album’s first single—“Shadow Days”—debuted March 5 and is available on iTunes. “The only thing that stops me from devolving into a puddle of tears is knowing that it's a long life, and the greatest gift in the world is being able to create music no matter what the circumstances,” wrote Mayer to fans via his tumblr blog earlier today. (3/9p)

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