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Hit the road to see the Eagles, Jack Johnson

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Does Jack Johnson Really Like Banana Pancakes?

Anyways, want to feel old? Well, Jack Johnson's "Rodeo Clowns" came out almost two decades ago. For the record, I don't feel old and perhaps I'm just hitting my stride. ...

Q and A with Jack Johnson: Part II

This is the second part of a series of articles featuring Q&A sessions with Blue Jackets defenseman Jack Johnson. He sat down with radio host Bob McElligott to discuss the ...

Jack Johnson uses Rat Sound's K1/K2 system for sold-out US tour

Former professional surfer-turned-singer/songwriter Jack Johnson recently returned to the road with his band â€" and Rat Sound’s L-Acoustics K1/K2 system â€" to preview material from his new album All The ...

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Johnson's professional career began after befriending G. Love on a day of surfing. G. Love would later record Johnson's song "Rodeo Clowns" for his 1999 album Philadelphonic. Johnson sang and played on the track, and it became the first single from the album. Johnson then co-directed Thicker Than Water, a documentary surf film released in 2000. He also composed the accompanying soundtrack. Johnson's four-track music demo soon caught the ear of Ben Harper's producer, J. P. Plunier, who worked with Johnson on his debut album Brushfire Fairytales in early 2001 with Harper and his Weissenborn lap steel guitar making a guest appearance. Brushfire Fairytales was released on February 1, 2001. In 2002, Jack Johnson, along with his wife Kim and friend Emmett Malloy, created Brushfire Records (originally as The Moonshine Conspiracy Records) to release soundtracks for surf films made by The Moonshine Conspiracy (now Woodshed Films), of which Johnson was a part. He directed and starred in the surf film The September Sessions released in December 2002. The soundtrack also featured Johnson.

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Johnson's professional career began after befriending G. Love on a day of surfing. G. Love would later record Johnson's song "Rodeo Clowns" for his 1999 album Philadelphonic. Johnson sang and played on the track, and it became the first single from the album. Johnson then co-directed Thicker Than Water, a documentary surf film released in 2000. He also composed the accompanying soundtrack. Johnson's four-track music demo soon caught the ear of Ben Harper's producer, J. P. Plunier, who worked with Johnson on his debut album Brushfire Fairytales in early 2001 with Harper and his Weissenborn lap steel guitar making a guest appearance. Brushfire Fairytales was released on February 1, 2001. In 2002, Jack Johnson, along with his wife Kim and friend Emmett Malloy, created Brushfire Records (originally as The Moonshine Conspiracy Records) to release soundtracks for surf films made by The Moonshine Conspiracy (now Woodshed Films), of which Johnson was a part. He directed and starred in the surf film The September Sessions released in December 2002. The soundtrack also featured Johnson.