Jack Johnson and Zach Gill 2 Shows in Support of DVD


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Jack Johnson & Zach Gill To Play 2 Acoustic Shows In Hawaii
In Support of Johnson's En Concert Live DVD and CD

In celebration of his En Concert live DVD and CD release - Jack Johnson will screen the documentary film, and play acoustic performances on two nights alongside band member and solo artist, Zach Gill. The shows are scheduled for November 13 and 14 at the Hawaii Theatre in Honolulu, HI. These will be his only shows in support of the release.

En Concert chronicles the special visual and musical moments from Jack Johnson's 2008 Sleep Through The Static world tour. The En Concert film, directed by Emmett Malloy, whom Johnson collaborated with to create the award winning surf films, Thicker Than Water and September Sessions, follows Johnson during the European leg of his tour; capturing behind the scenes adventures and onstage magic.

All proceeds from these shows will benefit Johnson's own Kokua Hawaii Foundation. In addition, all profits from the 2008 tour and the En Concert releases will also fund the Kokua Hawaii Foundation and the Johnson Ohana Charitable Foundation to further their support for environmental, art, and music education around the world.

On show days, the doors will open at 7 p.m. En Concert, the film, will run at 8 p.m. and will be followed by a full acoustic set by Jack Johnson and Zach Gill.

En Concert was released last Tuesday, October 27 and is available in many forms here.

Jack Johnson & Zach Gill Acoustic

11/13/09 Fri Hawaii Theatre Honolulu, HI

11/14/09 Sat Hawaii Theatre Honolulu, HI

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