MORRISTOWN, N.J.—Jun 23, 2008
John Mayer on the Big Screen in Theatres Around the Country for One Night Only, June 30th
Exclusively presented by the bigger picture, an Access IT company, on Digital Cinema Movie screens nationwide
For one night only, fans can watch five-time Grammy winning musician John Mayer’s “Where The Light Is: John Mayer Live in Los Angeles” on the big screen in theatres across the country on Monday, June 30th. In the larger-than-life movie theater setting, fans will feel like they actually attended the unique concert, which featured Mayer performing an acoustic set, a full-band Continuum set and a rare John Mayer Trio set. Recorded last December at the Nokia Theater in Los Angeles and directed by Danny Clinch, “Where The Light Is” hits screens courtesy of The Bigger Picture, the alternative content distribution unit of Access Integrated Technologies, Inc. ("AccessIT") (NASDAQ:AIXD).
“John Mayer’s gift for mixing genres and styles and for appealing to such a wide cross-section of fans will come to life on the big screen,” said Jonathan Dern, President of The Bigger Picture. “Everyone who comes out to see him in digital cinema will enjoy an incredible view and the best sound available.”
”We are proud to present “Where The Light Is” with this special one-night only presentation in theatres,” said John Rubey, President of AEG Network LIVE. “Fans will be delighted with the high quality digital cinema picture and the incredible surround sound.”
On July 2nd, John Mayer begins his ’08 Summer Tour in Milwaukee, WI and is scheduled to tour through the end of August. Various dates will feature Colbie Caillat, Brett Dennen, Paramore and OneRepublic
“Where The Light Is: John Mayer Live in Los Angeles” becomes available in stores on July 1st as a 2CD, DVD & Blu-Ray package. The release will be Mayer’s first since Continuum became available in September 2006 and incorporates each of the elements the five-time Grammy-winner is known for - acoustic songwriter, electric guitar slinger, bluesman, and vocalist. The special Columbia Records release will feature Mayer’s own hits, as well as versions of blues and rock favorites like Jimi Hendrix’s “Wait Until Tomorrow,” Tom Petty’s “Free Falling,” and Ray Charles’ “I Don’t Need No Doctor.”