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Jackson Browne is an iconic musician that started his rise to fame in the 1970s. Hear your favorite songs like “Doctor My Eyes,” “Somebody’s Baby” and “Lawyers in Live” when Jackson Browne performs LIVE in concert! Don’t delay; purchase your Jackson Browne concert tickets now!
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Jackson Browne Concert Tickets

Not many artists embody the easy, breezy cool of California in the 70s as much as Jackson Browne does. The singer-songwriter made his reputation on combining hummable melodies and choruses with thoughtful lyrics that made him a favorite among baby boomers. Unlike one of his biggest hits, Browne isn’t running on empty. He released 2014’s back to basics “Standing in the Breach,” an album that harkens back to his classic late 70s output. If you want to see this Rock and Roll Hall of Famer play some iconic songs, then buy your Jackson Browne tickets today! 

Early history
Born on a German army base in the late 40s, Browne and his family moved to Los Angeles when he was 3 years old. The future songwriter picked up the guitar during his teenage years and began playing in the L.A. folk scene by 1966 once the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band encouraged him to join the group. A year later he would already have a publishing deal and begin writing songs for artists like Steve Noonan, Tom Rush and Nico, who recorded three of his compositions for her debut album. He and the former Andy Warhol muse also started a short-lived romance while recording her album. 

After their breakup, Browne moved back to L.A. and increased his profile as an in-demand songwriter with such current and future stars as The Byrds and Linda Ronstadt recording his songs. 

By the spring of 1972, the singer started releasing his own albums. His self-titled debut included the Top Ten hit single “Doctor My Eyes” and Browne would also co-write “Take it Easy,” the song that gave The Eagles their first hit. 

Fame and acclaim
It would take another solo album for Browne to find his footing and release what rock historians consider a string of his best albums. Starting with 1974’s Late for the Sky, 1976’s commercial breakout The Pretender and 1977’s Running on Empty, these three are considered by many critics to be among his greatest albums.

While the 70s ushered in his creative peak, Browne would have his biggest hits in the early 80s with his 1980 album Hold Out hitting No. 1 on the charts and his song “Somebody’s Baby” from the 1982 “Fast Times at Ridgemont High” soundtrack going to No. 7 on the U.S. charts. 

Later albums
Some fans trailed off after Browne’s later albums substituted politics for personal introspection. He’d return to more personal songs in the 90s and go through a breakup with actress Daryl Hannah before returning with 1993’s I’m Alive and continuing on with his West Coast folk formula.