When asked to describe the upcoming new album, Johnson laid it out quite succinctly: “All the love songs are for my wife. The break-up songs are for my friends.”
The Bonnaroo webcast includes headlining performances from Paul McCartney, the xx, The Lumineers, Edward Sharpe, Wu-Tang Clan, Nas and Macklemore & Ryan Lewis.
Although Mumford & Sons bassist Ted Dwane was released from the hospital yesterday after emergency surgery for a blood clot on his brain, he will not be able to perform this weekend at Bonnaroo, thus forcing the band to cancel.
Jack Johnson will release his upcoming album, From Here to Now to You, September 17. It will feature his new single “I Got You,” which Johnson premiered on his official site over the weekend.
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