Birth Name: Jack Hody Johnson
Birth Place: North Shore, Oahu, Hawaii
Years Active: 1999–present
Genres: Acoustic, Soft Rock, Pop Rock
Jack Hody Johnson (born May 18, 1975) is an American singer-songwriter, surfer and musician known for his work in the soft rock and acoustic genres. He is also known for organizing an annual event, the Kōkua Festival. He currently has sold 8 million albums worldwide. He resides in Hawaii. Johnson's professional music career began after befriending G. Love of G. Love & Special Sauce while 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's four-track demo soon caught the ear of singer Ben Harper's producer, J. P. Plunier, who worked with Johns...
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