John Mayer Arrest Records and Mugshots
John Mayer has taken his listeners in many different directions with his music and continues to write and play a variety of songs inspired by artists such as B.B. King, Eric Clapton, Laurel Canyon and The Grateful Dead. John is the son of two educators - his father a principal and his mother a middle school teacher. They persuaded John to study music in college, but he left after only 2 semesters to move to Atlanta with a friend. This is where John started his legendary career and was quickly noticed on the music scene playing in clubs and for festivals.
In 2001, Columbia Records re-released Mayer’s album “Room for Squares,” and his work was being aired on the radio. John’s reputation as a soulful singer launched him to success and he was soon playing sold out concerts. In 2011, Mayer encountered a health problem and underwent surgery for a granuloma on his vocal chord. This led to a two-year hiatus where the actor re-evaluated himself and traveled the country, eventually falling in love with Montana and making his home there. John had one incident of arrest; here are the details:
- Full Name: John Clayton Mayer
- Date of Birth: October 16, 1977
- Birthplace: Bridgeport, Connecticut
- Hair Color: Dark Brown
- Eye Color: Hazel
- Height 6’3”
- Weight: 181 lbs
Arrests and Legal Timeline
2001: Mayer was arrested in May for driving without a valid license. The incident was not reported publicly until 2009 when John offered $25,000 donated to charity to whoever could publish his mugshot the quickest.
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