August 13, 2022

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Jack Johnson catches up with Kyle Meredith to speak about Meet the Moonlight, an album that finds Jack reflecting the darkness of the previous few years via the optimistic filter for which he’s recognized.

The singer-songwriter discusses working with Blake Mills, writing as a response, digging into Greg Brown and JJ Cale’s catalog, and singing the bass line from Zepplin’s “Dazed and Confused” via a beer bottle. Johnson additionally tells us about his new Studying Farm that focuses on environmental schooling, in addition to his newest inexperienced initiative with this yr’s tour and collaborations with native nonprofits. (Get tickets to that tour right here.)

Plus, he touches on how browsing informs his music, and celebrating the twentieth anniversary of his debut album, Brushfire Fairytales.

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