VIDEO: John Mayer Trio Reunite for First Time in 5 Years on SETH MEYERS

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On last night's Late Night with Seth Meyers, the John Mayer trio, consisting of Mayer, bassist Pino Pallodino and drummer Steve Jordan reunited for their first televised performance in five years, playing JJ Cale's "After Midnight". Check out the performance below!

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VIDEO: John Mayer Trio Reunite for First Time in 5 Years on SETH MEYERS


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