Jackson Browne was only 25 years old when he recorded his third album, 'Late for the Sky,' in 1974.
Jackson Browne has written songs throughout his career that cut right to the emotional core - taking listeners deep inside very personal situations in a way that also resonates in our own lives.
With his new album 'Standing in the Breach' just weeks away from its Oct. 7 release, Jackson Browne is whetting fans' appetites with an advance stream of one track, 'The Birds of St. Marks.'
Jackson Browne's 14th album, 'Standing in the Breach,' will be released on Oct. 7.
Jackson Browne continued his transition from the personal to the political on 'World in Motion,' which was released on June 6, 1989.
The new Jackson Browne tribute album is well worth a listen.
Given the glut of tribute records released over the past couple of decades, it seems impossible that Jackson Browne hasn't gotten one yet -- but that oversight will be corrected on April 1, when an all-star assemblage of musicians comes together for the double-disc set 'Looking Into You: A Tribute to Jackson Browne.'
As Jackson Browne prepared to release his sixth studio album, the singer-songwriter was at the peak of his pop success. His previous LP, 1980’s ‘Hold Out,’ was Browne’s first (and only) album to hit #1 on the Billboard charts. Plus, he had scored his biggest hit single with 1982’s ‘Somebody’s Baby,’ featured on the soundtrack to ‘Fast Times at Ridgemont High.’