Hawaii native Jack Johnson will hopefully bring the sunshine with him when he visits Glastonbury's Worthy Farm to play the main stage on Sunday. A multi-million selling artist, Johnson comes to the festival on the release of his fifth studio album To the Sea. The former pro-surfer has carved a niche for himself with his soft acoustic rock, drawing inspiration from the likes of Bob Marley, Ben Harper and G.Love. Expect a laid back singalong to his hits Better Together and Upside Down when he takes to the Pyramid stage.
What’s not apparent from these songs is just how brilliant a man their maker is.
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