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Jackson Browne — at the Beacon Theater, New York, NY, October 7th, 2014

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at the Beacon Theater, New York, NY, October 7th, 2014


Julie Byrne Announces New EP, Shares New Song “Velocity! What About The Inertia!?”

Julie Byrne with Laugh Cry Laugh Due Out November 17 via Ghostly International; Plus Listen to Jackson Browne Cover "These Days"

Oct 18, 2023

Julie Byrne has announced a new collaborative EP, Julie Byrne with Laugh Cry Laugh, and shared its first single, “Velocity! What About The Inertia!?” More

Jan 13, 2022

Upon signing to David Geffen’s newly-founded Asylum label in 1971, young wanderer Jackson Browne, then a worldly twentysomething hippie balladeer from Orange County, helped to set into motion a sonic revolution, which would generate a fresh, distinctly American sound synonymous with Southern California. More

Dec 27, 2021

From the opening note of Jackson Browne’s third album, the fresh weight upon the narrow shoulders of the formerly easygoing, freedom seeking young songwriter becomes evident. More

Mar 09, 2021

Phoebe Bridgers has shared two new songs for the Spotify Singles series. The first is a new acoustic version of “Kyoto” featuring Jackson Browne, and the second is a cover of John Prine’s 1973 song “Summer’s End,” which features backing vocals by Maria Taylor. More

10 Best Songs of the Week: Rose Elinor Dougall, Phoebe Bridgers, Sharon Van Etten, and More

Plus James Yorkston, Telekinesis, Sneaks, TEEN, TOY, and a Wrap-up of the Last Two Weeks' Other Notable New Tracks

Nov 30, 2018

We didn’t do a Songs of the Week last week due to the Thanksgiving holiday and long weekend. Beyond the fact that we were taking a break from work, there simply weren’t enough songs released last week to justify a Songs of the Week wrap up. More

Nov 29, 2018

Phoebe Bridgers has shared a cover of McCarthy Trenching’s “Christmas Song.” It features guest vocals from Jackson Browne and includes sleigh bells, so it’s a full on Christmas song. More

Oct 09, 2014

On October 7, Jackson Browne performed at the Beacon Theater in New York. More


Jul 23, 2021

Veteran Laurel Canyon troubadour and activist Jackson Browne has re-emerged with his first album in nearly seven years. On Downhill from Everywhere, Browne offers yet another blend of his signature heartache and sociopolitical commentary, not unlike that of 2014’s well-received Standing in the Breach. More

Oct 08, 2014

Some people age well—“successful agers” as they say. After 66 years and over 18 million albums sold, a bit of wear and tear is to be expected. And a “bit” is all that Jackson Browne shows. More