Jack Johnson Performs ‘Big Sur’

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Published on March 13, 2018

Johnson, backed up by members of Bahamas, performs this track off his new album ‘All The Light Above It Too.’

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20 comments

  • Edgar Escobedo 5 months ago

    First

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  • Sam Anderson 5 months ago

    second

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  • Mr Not That Famous 5 months ago

    we love you 3 stephen but it means “hello” or “goodbye”

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  • Wake 5 months ago

    Wow

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  • Modi Tekke 5 months ago

    The Thrills’ Big Sur is much better. Miss that band.

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  • Leftatalbuquerque 5 months ago

    First Canadian.

    Sounds like Paul Simon meets Jimmy Buffet.

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  • Uk Citizen 5 months ago

    First Greek Cypriot/Englishman

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  • Unprofessional 5 months ago

    This must be how jack johnson is making his money after his parents stole it all

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  • New Message 5 months ago

    All the needed was Jon “Bermuda” Schwartz on drums, and they’d be complete.

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  • Lindsay DPenha 5 months ago

    Love that Jack Johnson is getting the fame he deserves… and privileged to live 20 miles north of Big Sur 🙂

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  • Daisyville 5 months ago

    No way! Been stuck on my Jack Johnson Pandora station for weeks! Love me some Jack ever since his snl doodad!

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  • Akshay Chan 5 months ago

    I love Jack Johnson. He is the most chill artist of all time

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  • joey77 5 months ago

    Love this! Welcome back good sir 🙏🏼😎❤️

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  • Rosa Montes de Oca 5 months ago

    Éxitos Friends good i like😇🙏🕺🕺🕺💃🌹👑🎓

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  • brandon Diggins 5 months ago

    Def remember getting super high to Jack in high school….. And Ben Harper

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  • RHI 5 months ago

    Love him!

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  • Tracey Stark 5 months ago

    The man!

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  • pandachuzero 5 months ago

    Zach my man!

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  • Rishabh Gupta 5 months ago

    If everyone had Jack Johnson songs in their head sometimes, the world would be a happy little place!

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  • Thecanadianwitch 5 months ago

    his style is so recognizable that even when i hear one i never heard before, the first question i ask myself is Is it Jack Johnson?

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