Photo by Jon Creamer


Following a batch of acoustic tour dates, Jackson Browne will play additional shows along the East Coast this summer, including a four-night stand at New York City’s Beacon Theatre.

For each performance, Browne will be backed by bassist Bob Glaub, drummer Mauricio Lewak, guitarist Val McCallum, multi-instrumentalist Greg Leisz, keyboardist Jeff Young and vocalists Alethea Mills and Chavonne Stewart.

Acclaimed indie outfit Lucius will also open each show.

“I went to my first Lucius concert thinking I knew what they do,” Browne said of his tourmates. “I had sung a little with Jess and Holly, and I was enchanted by them and by their unique singing. But I was amazed to discover the depth and the originality of this band. Their songs and their arrangements, their huge dynamics – they just blew me away. Then I saw them a second time in a smaller venue, and it was so intimate, and again, on a whole other level, I was fascinated by the unique collaboration taking place. I’m excited that I get to appear with Lucius this summer, and that my audience will have a chance to hear this great band. And of course, I’m really happy to have the chance to play for their audience too. My band and their band – these shows will be epic!”

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Check out Browne’s full list of tour dates below:

Jackson Browne Acoustic Shows

March 22 —Durham PAC – Durham, NC
March 23—N. Charleston PAC – N. Charleston, SC
March 25—Ryman Auditorium – Nashville, TN
March 26—Alabama Theatre – Birmingham, AL
March 28—Orpheum Theatre – Memphis, TN
March 29—IP Casino Resort & Spa – Biloxi, MS
March 31—Tivoli Theatre – Chattanooga, TN
April 1—Cobb Energy PAC – Atlanta
April 3—Kravis Center for PA – West Palm Beach, FL
April 4—Ruth Eckerd Hall – Clearwater, FL
April 6—Peabody Auditorium – Daytona Beach, FL
April 8—Artis – Naples, FL
April 9—Fillmore – Miami Beach, FL

Jackson Browne Full Band Shows

June 23 – Beacon Theatre – New York City^
June 24 – Beacon Theatre – New York City^
June 26 Beacon Theatre – New York City^
June 28 – Beacon Theatre – New York City^
June 29 – Toyota Oakdale Theater – Wallingford, CT
July 2 – Blue Hills Bank Pavilion – Boston
July 3 – Wolf Trap – Vienna, VA
July 5 – Saratoga Perf. Arts. Center – Saratoga Springs, NY^
July 6 – Bethel Woods Ctr for the Arts – Bethel, NY^

^with Lucius