John Mayer & Chris Stapleton Debut New Song In Nashville


John Mayer’s concert last night at Nashville’s Bridgestone Arena featured Chris Stapleton sitting-in. The collaboration included the performance of a new song that was co-written by Mayer and Stapleton the day before the concert.

Mayer explained to the audience that after Stapleton agreed to the sit-in, the pair discussed what song to play. Stapleton suggested they write a new song and Mayer accepted the challenge. Mayer got to town on Wednesday and he and Stapleton met a recording studio and came up with “I Just Remembered That I Didn’t Care,” which they debuted together at Thursday’s concert.

After the debut, guitarist David Ryan Harris played a solo cover of Prince’s “The Beautiful Ones.” Mayer, Stapleton and the full band then performed “Slow Dancing In A Burning Room.” Watch footage of the collaboration shared by Catherine Spear below:

I Just Remembered That I Didn’t Care

The Beautiful Ones / Slow Dancing In A Burning Room


John Mayer at Bridgestone Arena

Set 1
  • Belief
  • Love on the Weekend
  • Who Says
  • Something Like Olivia
  • Whiskey, Whiskey, Whiskey
  • I Don't Trust Myself (With Loving You)
  • Waitin' on the Day
  • Why Georgia  
  • Changing
  • Edge of Desire
Set 2
  • Emoji of a Wave  
  • In Your Atmosphere  
  • Free Fallin'  
  • Moving On and Getting Over
  • Helpless
  • Let My Love Open the Door  
  • The Age of Worry
  • Stop This Train  
  • I Just Remembered That I Didn't Care  
  • The Beautiful Ones  
  • Slow Dancing in a Burning Room
  • In the Blood
  • Waiting on the World to Change
  • Dear Marie
  • Gravity  
  • New Light

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