Jack Johnson| photo by Michelle Montgomery | michellemontgomeryphotography.com
Singer-songwriter Jack Johnson took the stage at the Mann Center to a sold-out show on Friday night. Playing an impressive non-stop two hour set of a mix of new songs off his latest LP, From Here To Now To You, and many old favorites from his previous five studio albums, Johnson got the audience clapping and singing along throughout the night. Special guest and Philly native Amos Lee joined Johnson onstage midway through the show to perform “Inaudible Melodies” and an energetic cover of Otis Redding’s “(Sittin’ on the) Dock of the Bay.” Johnson was backed by multi-instrumentalist Zach Gill, percussionist Adam Topol, and bass player Merlo Podlewski.
Johnson closed the main set performing “Good People”  but the crowd couldn’t get enough of his laid-back sound, so heand his band returned to the stage for a unique five song encore. Johnson slowed it down with acoustic performances of “I Got You” and “Do You Remember.” Lee then joined Johnson on stage for the rest of the encore. 
Earlier in the evening, Lee opened the show with a set of folksy, bluesy tunes in support of his newest album, Mountains of Sorrow, Rivers of Song. Check out the setlist and photos from the show in the gallery below.


Washing Dishes
Sitting, Waiting, Wishing
You and Your Heart
If I Had Eyes
Bubble Toes
Not Fade Away
Wasting Time
Never Fade
Upside Down
Inaudible Melodies *with Amos Lee
(Sittin’ on the) Dock of the Bay *with Amos Lee
Tape Deck
Banana Pancakes
Shot Reverse Shot
Staple It Together
At or With Me
Good People

I Got You
Do You Remember
Home *with Amos Lee
Black River *with Amos Lee
Better Together *with Amos Lee