In 2008 Jackson Browne celebrated his 60th birthday with Time the Conqueror, which in part addressed the passing of the years but also reaffirmed his commitment to political and social activism. This time around, Browne will be performing solo, no doubt peppering his set with a slew of the hits that have helped define SoCal rock and the perceptive singer-songwriter tradition, beginning in 1972 with "Doctor My Eyes" and the Eagles' first hit, "Take It Easy," written with Glenn Frey. Browne does have something new out: Love Is Strange, a two-disc live set recorded during a 2006 Spanish tour notably featuring brilliant, all-strings virtuoso and longtime running partner David Lindley plus a talented array of Spanish musicians who collectively unveil surprising new facets of Browne nuggets. (Photo by Craig O'Neal)
Sun., May 29, 7:30 p.m., 2011
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