Jack Johnson was bornon 18 May 1975 in North Shore, Oahu, Hawaii, U.S., American, is Singer-songwriter. Jack Johnson is a record breaking American singer-songwriter, musician and record producer. Although a former athlete, Jack became a popular musician with the song ‘Rodeo Clowns’ in 1999. His music career is centred around ‘soft rock’ and ‘acoustic’ genres. He is a four time ‘US Billboard 200’ number one spot holder for his albums ‘Sleep Through the Static’, ‘To the Sea’, ‘From Here to Now to You’ and the all time famous ‘Sing-A-Longs and Lullabies for the Film Curious George’. He takes inspiration from legendary musicians such as Bob Dylan, Radiohead, Otis Redding, The Beatiles, Bob Marley and Neil Young amongst several others. He is an environmentalist and works with several NGO’s including his own charitable foundation to promote a healthier environment. Jack’s talents don’t cease here as he is also a popular actor, documentary filmmaker and record producer. Spanning the seventeen years of his music career, he has won several awards as an actor and singer-songwriter. From his debut album ‘Brushfire Fairytales’ to his sixth album ‘From Here to Now to You’, Jack has rocked all music charts. His upcoming seventh untilted album is due to launch in 2017.
He has also donated a sum of 50,000 dollars for ‘Hurricane Sandy’, one of the deadliest amongst several hurricanes that struck the United States of America in 2012
Jack Johnson and his wife created another foundation by the name ‘Johnson Ohana Charitable Foundation’ in 2008
In 2003, he founded the ‘Kokua Hawaii Foundation’ and raised money for it through his concerts, organising music festivals and generating a fixed revenue from a portion of his record label