Known for his cool, mellow style an American singer-songwriter, multi-instrumentalist Jack Johnson rose to prominence for his work in the folk rock, soft rock, and acoustic rock genres, who has sold millions of records since his 2001 debut release, Brushfire Fairytales, which went platinum. Similar success followed with 2002's On and On. ESPN Action, Sports & Music Awards, Brit Awards and Billboard Touring Awards are his most prestigious awards throughout his career.
Born as the son of well-known surfer Jeff Johnson Jack Johnson took an interest in his father's profession and soon became the youngest invitee to make the surfing finals at the Pipeline Masters on Oahu's North Shore. He made his acquaintance with guitar at the age of 8 and began songwriting at the age of 12. Jack Johnson tasted his big break when was writing and contributing vocals for the song "Rodeo Clowns" which was featured on G. Love's 1999 album Philadelphonic
Jack Johnson got married his college sweetheart
Kim. The couple has three children: two boys and a girl.