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.
Why Jackson Browne Became Political With 'Lives in the Balance'
He decided to face outward after spending his early career brilliantly articulating the inner lives of a generation.
Eagles, Jackson Browne Pay 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 'Hold Out' Became His First No. 1
After a three-year break between records, expectations were high.
Why Jackson Browne Reached a Crossroads on 'World in Motion'
As the '80s continued, he'd drifted away from the eloquently phrased personal concerns that dominated earlier records.
Jackson Browne, 'Standing in the Breach' - Album Review
For his first album in six years, Jackson Browne returns to a couple of places he's more than familiar with by now: political and personal landscapes.
How Jackson Browne Made 'Late for the Sky' a Heartbreak Classic
Of all the Jackson Browne albums in the world, this is the Jackson Browniest.