Fruition Announces Run Opening For Jack Johnson & Appears On eTown


Portland, Oregon-based Fruition recently stopped by eTown Hall in Boulder, Colorado for a performance on the long-running eTown radio program. Video highlights of Fruition’s session, featuring a collaboration with Baskery, have been shared. Additionally, the band revealed they will play some of the biggest venues of their career, as Fruition will open five shows for Jack Johnson.

The group’s time on the road with Jack Johnson starts on April 25 at Austin360 Amphitheater in Austin, Texas. Fruition then heads to the Houston and Dallas areas to support Jack at Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion on April 26 and The Pavilion At Toyota Music Factory on April 27. Also in store are Fruition/Jack Johnson dates in Tuscaloosa and Nashville in early May.

Fruition offered takes on “Beside You” and “The Way That I Do” from their 2016 studio album Labor Of Love on eTown. The group also played several songs from their new studio record coming out tomorrow Watching It All Fall Apart, including “There She Was,” “Let’s Take It Too Far” and “Lonesome Prayer.” The show ended with hosts Nick Forster and Helen Forster and the members of Baskery joining Fruition for a cover of Buffalo Springfield’s “For What It’s Worth.”

Stream the full episode via this link. Watch Fruition’s performances as well as interviews with guitarist Mimi Naja in the officially posted videos below:

[For What It’s Worth]

[Beside You]

[There She Was]

[Let’s Take It Too Far]

[Lonesome Prayer]

[The Way That I Do]

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