Rolling Stone posts Jack Johnson show clips

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Added by October 8, 2013

From RollingStone.com on October 4, 2013:

Jack Johnson recently visited New York’s Jazz at Lincoln Center to perform on the music program Front and Center, and the relaxed singer-songwriter delivered an intimate show with his trusty folk guitar. In this exclusive video, the Hawaii native digs into “I Got You” from his latest album, From Here to Now to You, paying a loving tribute to his wife, Kim. “I got everything,” Johnson sings sweetly. “I got you.”

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From RollingStone.com on October 8, 2013:

Jack Johnson recently stopped by New York’s Jazz at Lincoln Center for a special performance for Front and Center, opening up with his acoustic guitar and sharing tracks like the loving “I Got You.” Here Johnson jaunts through the playful In Between Dreams track “Banana Pancakes,” flashing smiles to his accordion player and thoroughly relishing his time onstage. “Maybe we can sleep in, make you banana pancakes,” he sings. “Pretend like it’s the weekend now.”

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