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If you find yourself emotional after watching this video, it won’t be because John Mayer’s delivering an apology.

Over the weekend, the singer - who’s been uncharacteristically quiet since his Playboy magazine scandal - granted a wish for one of his audience members. During Sunday’s concert in Philadelphia, Mayer brought an 11-year-old holding a sign that read: “Can I play ‘Belief’ with you?”

Austin Christy, who has been playing the guitar for two years now, told a local paper that he had been secretly practicing that song to surprise his mom one day. It’s her favorite. “I believed in him that he would pull me up on stage and he believed in me that I would do a good job,” Christy said about being chosen.

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John Mayer on Rolling Stone

”I know that I’m supposed to say that my newest is the best one. Bulls**t.”

- bluntly admitting that he likes his last album, 2006’s

Battle Studies Continuum, more than his current one (Continuum

Battle Studies).

(Make sure to check out our other notable quotes.)

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