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2018 was supposed to be a year of taking it easy for Switchfoot. It started that way but ended up being a very busy time!
Switchfoot's bassist Tim Foreman joined me on the new episode of "It's Mike Jones" and there was a lot to catch up on. Tim told me how the new album Native Tongue started by accident, that the guys are excited to get back out on the road and see us at The Fillmore Silver Spring on February 19th (which you can get tickets for by clicking here), bringing the charity Food For The Hungry on the tour and how Switchfoot's guitarist Jerome Fontamillas is now cancer free.
Here's my conversation with Tim Foreman on the new episode of "It's Mike Jones"! (And you can keep up on all of my interviews by subscribing to "It's Mike Jones" here.)
Big thanks to Tim Foreman for calling in! If you haven't had a chance to listen to the new Switchfoot album Native Tongue, you need to check it out. There are a lot of solid songs on it. Get that in your life and grab tickets to see them next week for the DC101 show at The Fillmore Silver Spring. Click here for tickets.
During our conversation, we talked about Switchfoot going to Bangladesh recently to work with Food For The Hungry . Here's the video from their trip and, if you're going to any of the Native Tongue Tour shows, you can talk with Food For The Hungry and see how you can get involved as well.