John Mayer Sings At Montana Fundraiser

John Mayer performed his first concert in almost two years, a fundraiser for the firefighters that helped save his home and many others from the wildfires which swept Montana last summer.

Firefighters were engaged in an intense battle with wildfires over the summer that destroyed more than 8,500 acres of forest and farmland in the area.

John kicked off the night with his hit track, "If I Ever Get Around to Living," and by the time the night was over, he had helped raise $100,000 for the cause.

"I just want to help out like a neighbor," John told Bozeman Daily Chronicle.

The concert also featured performances by Zach Brown and Clay Cook of the Zac Brown Band, and John's current band members David Ryan Harris, Sean Hurley and Aaron Sterling.

Copyright(c) 2013 All Rights Reserved