What is it about John Mayer that is so darn attractive musically? Well, maybe it’s his powerful vocals, genuine songwriting and distinguished guitar playing.

Mayer cptivated an entire packed house of humble supporters of music, vividly installing his words and sounds not just into their ears, but their hearts as well.

A short acoustic portion began the performance, but Mayer soon synchronized that with his ensemble, playing tunes spanning from his early career to present day for nearly two hours. The acoustic segment signaled Mayer’s extreme passion for romanticism, but his guitar touch simply drove the audience positively wild.

The 32-year-old native of Connecticut did not perform “Your Body is a Wonderland,” but this only depicts how secure and successful Mayer is with his music. The absence of this smash hit did not disappoint his fan base because the singer provided more than enough for the body and soul.

Mayer’s bluesy, pop, acoustic rock led the night via “Waiting on the World to Change,” “Perfectly Lonely” and “Gravity.”

Everything – absolutely everything – of this Mayer show was beautiful, which only reaffirms him as one of the top musicians to see live today.