Jack Johnson grew up surfing and playing guitar in Hawaii. Since 2001, he has released six studio albums and two live albums that have sold over 25 million copies worldwide. His Brushfire Records label and touring crew have been leaders in the greening of the music industry and his All At Once social action network connects fans with local non-profits at each tour stop. With his success, Johnson shines the spotlight on issues that are important to him, including support for sustainable local food systems and ocean stewardship.
In 2003, Jack Johnson released On and On and, with his wife Kim, founded the Kokua Hawaii Foundation to support environmental education in Hawaii’s schools and communities. A key program, ‘AINA In Schools, is a farm to school initiative that connects children to their land, water and food by providing nutrition education, garden-based learning, and waste reduction curriculum in addition to promoting healthy food on campus through snack programs that feature fresh, locally grown produce.
In 2008, Johnson released Sleep Through the Static, recorded in his solar-powered studio, and donated 100% of his tour profits to establish the Johnson Ohana Foundation to support environmental, art and music education worldwide. A strong focus of the foundation is funding school and community garden projects and farm to school efforts.
For the first time since 2014, Johnson will be hitting the road for a summer tour, kicking off June 1st in Chicago, IL, and stopping at 20 scenic venues across North America before ending on the West Coast. Along the way, the All At Once campaign is supporting 140 non-profits working in the realms of sustainable local food systems and plastic free initiatives. The tour is teaming up with renowned chefs across America, alongside local farmers and purveyors, to highlight the local food movement with a series of farm to stage events. Visit AllAtOnce.org and jackjohnsonmusic.com to learn more.