Vultures chords

You can learn how to play Vultures by John Mayer!

It was perhaps Mayer’s massive success and financial sway that could allow him to run the risk of changing his musical direction.

In 2005, along with session giants, Pino Palladino on Bass and Steve Jordan on Drums, the newly formed John Mayer Trio released the album TRY!

Followed up with the studio album Continuum a year later, a big change in direction and sound for young Mayer was complete.

From this change of direction, he began to pick up many high-profile fans such as Eric Clapton who personally invited him to play at his Crossroads Guitar Festival.

Vultures is one of the songs from this era, you can learn how to play it using the video lesson above.

Vultures – Lyrics

Some of us, we’re hardly ever here
The rest of us, we’re born to disappear
How do I stop myself from being just a number
How will I hold my head to keep from going under

Go to Vultures lyrics.

John Mayer – Biography

Launching himself to the world in 2001 with the acoustic smash hit Your Body Is A Wonderland, but John Mayer didn’t just stick to the acoustic for long.

In 2006, he teamed up with Steve Jordan and Pino Palladino and presented his electric side to the world with hits like Vultures and Belief.

Go to John Mayer – Biography.


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