Jack Johnson Net Worth
According To Uswhispers Jack Johnson is an American singer,net worth $20 million. songwriter, musician, surfer, and filmmaker who has a fortune of As a member of G. Love and Special Sauce, Johnson has a strong connection to the acoustic/soft rock genre. The songs "Sitting, Waiting, Wishing," "Upside Down," and "Flake" by Johnson, as well as the soundtrack to the film "Curious George," are some of Johnson's most well-known works. It's no secret that Johnson cares about the environment and the future of our planet.
He was born on the North Shore of Oahu, Hawaii, on May 13, 1975, to Jack Hody Johnson. Jeff Johnson, the famous surfer, is his father. At the age of five, Jack began surfing. When Jack was eight years old, he began playing the guitar. At the age of 12, he penned his first song, which sparked his interest in music.
At just 17 years old, Jack became the youngest person to advance to the finals of the Pipeline Masters, an annual surfing competition held on the North Shore of Oahu. When Johnson was injured in a surfing accident at the Banzai Pipeline a week after the Pipeline Masters competition, he gave serious consideration to becoming a professional surfer.
He needed 150 stitches in his forehead and several teeth were lost as a result of the accident. His song "Drink the Water" was inspired by that incident.
Johnson attended Oahu's Kahuku High School, where he graduated in 1993 with a diploma in business administration and marketing. After that, he decided to pursue a degree in music and film production at the University of California, Santa Barbara. In college, he was a member of the band Soil, which he says rekindled his love for music. Johnson performed as an opening act for Dave Matthews Band and Sublime when they were relatively unknown acts. UCSB grad Johnson received his degree in 1997.
In the year 2000, Johnson and Kim, his college sweetheart, got married. Two boys and a girl are the three members of their family. Johnson is a resident of Hawaii, specifically the North Shore of Oahu. It is a policy of Johnson and his wife to keep any information about their children private.
Since its inception in 2003, the Kokua Hawaii Foundation has worked to promote environmental education in the state's public schools and neighbourhoods. From 2004 to 2008 and again in 2010 the foundation held a yearly festival to raise money for worthy causes. His live Kkua Festival compilation "Best of Kkua Festival" was released in April 2012, just in time for his Hawaiian Islands tour that year.
This foundation was established in 2008 as a non-profit public charity by Johnson and his wife Kim to support environmental, art, and music education around the world.