Joe Walsh and Jackson Browne Top ‘Love Rocks NYC’ Concert’s All-Star Lineup
The Love Rocks NYC concert promises an evening packed with "songs of peace, love and hope."
45 Years Ago: Jackson Browne Finally Sings His Own Songs on His Debut Album
Jackson Browne had already been a cog in the music industry machine for half a decade before he released his debut album.
Neil Young, Rush and Jackson Browne Announced As Hall of Fame Induction Presenters
The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame announced its first group of presenters at this year's Induction Ceremony.
30 Years Ago: Jackson Browne Moves From the Personal to the Political With ‘Lives in the B…
After spending the first part of his career brilliantly articulating the inner lives of a generation, Jackson Browne faced outward with his eighth album, 1986's Lives in the Balance.
Eagles, Jackson Browne Pay Emotional Tribute to Glenn Frey at the Grammys
Jackson Browne and Glenn Frey co-wrote "Take It Easy," the opening track on the Eagles' 1972 self-titled debut – and the band's first hit single.
Glenn Frey Grammys Tribute Will Feature Jackson Browne and Surviving Eagles Members
Jackson Browne and surviving members of the Eagles will be on hand to offer a musical tribute to Glenn Frey at the Grammys on Feb. 15.
Revisiting That Time Jackson Browne, Graham Nash and Bonnie Raitt Led ‘No Nukes’ Concerts
Some of rock's biggest names banded together to protest the nuclear energy industry in September of 1979.
That Time Jackson Browne Got Political With ‘Lawyers in Love’
Jackson Browne’s political ideals began to find a place on his records with the release of 'Lawyers in Love' on Aug. 2, 1983.
How Jackson Browne’s Creative Retreat on ‘Hold Out’ Became His First No. 1
Up until Jackson Browne's sixth album, Hold Out, which was released in June 1980, the singer-songwriter was pretty much adored by critics.