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Singer/songwriter Jack Johnson has scrapped the remainder of his Japanese tour because he can't accommodate postponed shows before his summer dates in South America and Europe.
Although he canceled his concert in Japan, the 35-year-old singer keeps appreciating the country's people by making a donation for the disaster victims.
The group of musicians, which include also Jack Johnson and Zac Brown Band, are saving the planet by donating the proceeds of their songs' sale to environmental cause.
It has been three weeks since 'Recovery' hit the U.S. market on June 21 and the album still holds steady the first place of U.S. albums chart.
'Recovery' is still unbeatable, having a chance to be named the best-selling rap album of this year by pushing a grand total of 1 million only in two weeks.
The Slim Shady forces Drake to fall to the second position and scores the biggest chart debut at No. 1 since AC/DC opened big with 'Black Ice' in 2008.
B.o.B and Demi Lovato, who are absent when the first wave of TCAs music nominations was announced, now receive four nods each.
'Thank Me Later' secures the first position on the U.S. albums chart with a strong number, becoming this year's best chart debut by a solo act so far.
'Glee: The Music - Journey to Regionals' outsells 'The Twilight Saga's Eclipse' soundtrack and 'Bionic' with 152,000 units.
'To the Sea' becomes Jack Johnson's third chart topper which takes the top spot on the list with 243,000 copies sold.
Touring North America in summer, Jack Johnson is determined to donate his tour profits to his favourite charities.
Jack Johnson is crafting the record in his solar-powered Mango Tree studio and plots to have it ready for June purchase.