Jack Johnson

Rock Singer

Jack Johnson was born in Honolulu, Hawaii, United States on May 18th, 1975 and is the Rock Singer. At the age of 48, Jack Johnson biography, profession, age, height, weight, eye color, hair color, build, measurements, education, career, dating/affair, family, news updates, songs, TV shows, and networth are available.

Date of Birth
May 18, 1975
United States
Place of Birth
Honolulu, Hawaii, United States
48 years old
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$20 Million
Composer, Guitarist, Musician, Producer, Record Producer, Singer, Singer-songwriter, Surfer
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University of California, Santa Barbara (BA)
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Kim Baker ​(m. 2000)​
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Jack Johnson Career


Jack Johnson's big break came when he contributed to the song "Rodeo Clowns," which was released on G. Love's 1999 album Philadelphic. The song would later become the album's most popular single. Johnson was introduced to G. Love by a mutual friend of Johnson who was filming surf films with him at the time. After hearing "Rodeo Clowns," G. Love knew Johnson's ability and effortless style and asked him to perform with him. That resulted in the now-famous "Rodeo Clowns" album, which began Johnson's career.

Johnson is also a good filmmaker, in addition to his later success as a musician. Johnson produced the surf films Thicker Than Water (2000) and The September Sessions (2002), in which he appeared. Both movie soundtracks were also made by Johnson. Johnson appeared in A Brokedown Melody in 2004.

Suela released a four track demo that captured Ben Harper's producer, J. P. Plunier, who collaborated with Johnson to produce his debut album Brushfire Fairytales in December 2000 with Harper and his Weissenborn lap steel guitar playing a guest appearance. On February 1, 2001, Woodfire Fairytales was released, leading to Johnson becoming the opening act in late February 2001 for Ben Harper's "Innocent Criminals" tour of the United States.

Johnson (drums, percussion), and Merlo Podlewski (bass), who appeared on Brushfire Fairytales and Mario Caldato Jr.'s recording duties, brought him right back to the studio to record his second full-length album On and On. It was Johnson's Mango Tree Studio in Johnson's hometown of North Shore, Oahu, and the first album to be released by Moonshine Conspiracy Records. On and On was first published on May 6, 2003.

The Moonshine Conspiracy Records was later upgraded to Brushfire Records, and Johnson converted the Los Angeles-based record company's headquarters and studios into a model of eco-friendliness, with solar power, recyclable CD packaging, and power-saving air conditioners.

On Saturday Night Live, Johnson and Ben Harper appeared with Toots and the Maytals on April 3, 2004, episode 16.

Johnson and Topol Podlewski, together with Zach Gill (of Animal Liberation Orchestra) playing accordion, melodica, and piano in October 2004 to record his follow-up to 2003's On and On. Between Dreams was published on March 1, 2005.

Sing-A-Longs and Lullabies for the Film Curious George is a documentary film by Johnson, released on February 7, 2006. Ben Harper, G. Love, Merlo Podlewski, and Zach Gill appear on the album. It was the first soundtrack for an animated film since the Bad Boys II soundtrack in August 2003, and it was the first soundtrack for an animated film to top the Billboard 200 after the Pocahontas soundtrack in July 1995.

J.P. Plunier was hired by Johnson to produce Sleep Through the Static, his fourth full-length studio album. At the Solar-Powered Plastic Plant studio in Los Angeles, 100% solar energy was used. Gill (keys), Podlewski (bass), and Topol (drums, percussion) were among the album's highlights. Sleep Through the Static was first published on February 1, 2008, and it was followed by a world tour.

On October 27, 2009, Johnson's 2008 world tour, En Concert, was released as a live album and DVD. Emmett Malloy produced the DVD.

Johnson was the headliner for the 2008 Cochella Valley Music and Arts Festival's Friday night.

Kkua Festivals were held in 2004-2008 and 2010 by Johnson. These six years of festivals, which take place in Hawaii's schools and communities, all occurred around Earth Day. The Kkuhawai'i Foundation, a non-profit group that promotes environmental education, has been present at Hawaii's schools and communities. The 2004/2005 Kkua Festival was a DVD released by Jack Johnson Music that showcased the early Kkua Festivals. He appeared in the documentary Kkua 2008: 5 Years of Change (2009), directed by Bushfire and Three Foot Giant Productions, as well as others, with Willie Nelson, Jackson Browne, Dave Matthews, Eddie Vedder, and others. On April 17, 2012, the live Kkua Festival compilation Best of Kkua Festival followed him on tour of Hawaii, 2012, ahead of his 2012 Hawaiian Islands tour.

Man of the World, Johnson's fifth studio album, was released on February 9, 2010. Johnson's vocals are also on the album.

Johnson's official website announced on February 1, 2010 that his fifth studio album, To the Sea, was in the recording process at Mango Tree Studio, with a target worldwide release set during the first week of June 2010. In addition, the website has announced a accompanying European, Australian, and New Zealand tour to coincide with the album's debut on May 31.

"You and Your Heart" was To the Sea's first single, and it was released on April 6, 2010.

When speaking with ZM radio station New Zealand, Johnson said he is always aiming to develop contacts with local pro-environment and non-profit organizations. "We're trying to raise funds for a number of these organizations that are doing charitable work in the community." We tend to concentrate more on environmental education, rather than trying to get kids out into nature, supporting local farms, and other such things."

In 2010, Johnson embarked on a world tour with Paula Fuga, a Hawaiian singer and ukulele player, appearing at a variety of venues around the globe, including Europe, New Zealand, Australia, Canada, and Japan.

On November 1, 2011, Johnson released "In The Morning," a stand-alone single starring Paula Fuga and John Cruz.

During February 22, 2012, Jack with John Cruz and Paula Fuga announced a 7-show acoustic tour of the Hawaiian Islands.

During the Plough of Peace Hawai'i: Building Peace at a Foundation of Aloha, Johnson performed introductory music before Nobel Peace Laureate Tenzin Gyatso spoke at the Stan Sheriff Center on April 14, 2012, "Educating the Heart." Better Together was one of Jack's many hits.

On September 17, 2013, Johnson went from Here to Now to You with his band. At the 2013 Bonnaroo in Tennessee, Jack and the Band appeared as headliners on June 15, 2013. He also appeared at two acoustic concerts, one in London's Tabernacle in Notting Hill and the other in Lincoln Center, overlooking Central Park, featuring songs from his forthcoming album. From Here to You Tour ran from March to September 2014.

Johnson started a US tour in Chicago on June 1 and ended with two Kawai'i Foundation benefit concerts at the Waikiki Shell on August 4 & 5. In addition,, he revealed plans to release an album in the summer 2017. Later today, he added a September 10 concert to the 2017 Ohana Festival at Doheny State Beach, Dana Point, California. Jack released his seventh studio album All the Light Above It Too on September 8, 2017, and he debuted at number 13 on the Billboard charts' "Artist 100." Johnson's "Jack Johnson: The Essentials" was released in Japan in July 2018.

Johnson wrote "New Axe" in late 2019, which was featured on the This Warm December Vol. 3 album. On March 28, 2020, he performed a "Together at Home" Instagram Live stream concert. His set was the third most watched on the Global Citizen YouTube. On the One World: Together at Home album, he appeared at "One World: Together at Home" special, as well as a live version of "Better Together" on the One World: Together at Home album. He appeared on Milky Chance's new album "Don't Let Me Down" on May 1, 2020. Farm Aid: On the Road, Johnson performed the opening set on September 26, 2020.

Johnson released "The Captain Is Drunk" on December 4, 2020. Paula Fuga and Ben Harper recorded "If Ever" on April 16, 2021. On Sunday, Fuga's latest album Rain debuted the song, which will be available on Johnson's record label.

Johnson's eighth studio album, Meet the Moonlight, was released on June 24th, his first full-length record in five years. It was produced by Blake Mills, engineered by Joseph Lorge, and recorded both in Los Angeles (at Sound City Studios and EastWest Studios) and at The Mango Tree (Johnson's home studio) in Hawaii. "One Step Ahead" is the album's lead single.

Johnson joined the Meet the Moonlight Tour, with 35 stops at major venues around the United States (including Hawaii) and Canada to coincide with his new album debut. He was joined by a number of musicians, including Grammy Award winner (and personal friend) Ziggy Marley. Johnson's first overseas appearances since 2019 will be held in Australia and New Zealand in November.


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