Surfer-turned-singer/songwriter Jack Johnson is releasing a special album to raise money for an environmental charity in Hawaii.
The All At Once singer's live performances from a recent benefit concert are being sold and all proceeds will go to the Kokua Hawaii Foundation, which supports green education in schools.
In a further boost for the organisation, the star is handing over the profits from seven intimate gigs he is staging in Hawaii next month (Apr12) to coincide with the release of Jack Johnson and Friends - Best of Kokua Festival on 17 April (12).
Johnson has often supported his favourite charities through his music - in 2010 he donated 100 per cent of his summer tour profits to worthy causes.