Here at Rolling Stone, we regularly have the opportunity to talk with artists, producers, songwriters, and others in the music world about their current projects, goals and inspirations, highs and lows, and sometimes their take on the state of the country and world. … [Read more...] about Jackson Browne Finally Comes Clean About Those Missing ‘Late for the Sky’ Lyric Sheets
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Jackson Browne’s 1976 was a tumultuous one. In February, his emotive ballad “Late for the Sky” was featured in Taxi Driver, during a scene in which Robert De Niro watches American Bandstand shortly after shooting a man in a bodega. In March, while Browne was in the studio cutting The Pretender, his wife Phyllis Major fatally overdosed on barbiturates. “Here Come Those Tears Again,” a devastating song co-written by Major’s mother, was included on the album. … [Read more...] about Flashback: Jackson Browne Performs a Heart-Wrenching ‘Late for the Sky’ in 1976
The Lantern Tour II: Concerts for Migrant and Refugee Families opens with shows set for Tuesday, November 5th, at Washington, D.C.’s Warner Theatre, and Wednesday, November 6th, at the Town Hall in Manhattan. (Tickets for the shows go on sale at the Warner at 10 a.m. Friday, September 13th, and at the Town Hall at noon that same day.) … [Read more...] about Emmylou Harris, Jackson Browne to Support Migrant Families With Lantern Tour II
Although he looks eternally boyish onstage, the thirty-four-year-old Browne appears older and weary up close. As we talked, he seemed slight, almost fragile, in a plain white shirt and jeans, and his eyes were rimmed with lines. Very spiritual. Bassist Bob Glaub calls him “kind of a sage,” and guitarist Rick Vito says, “I think he’s got a very old soul.” These are hardly the attributes of the Eighties rock star, as Browne is well aware. Suspicious of the press and hypercritical of everything written about him, he continually edited his conversation in midsentence, reshuffling his thoughts, reshaping his concepts. But he was also prepared to spin tales and talk long into the night, despite an early flight the next morning. After ordering breakfast from room service — pancakes and a scrambled egg for Ethan, “that pineapple bowl thing with the coconut sauce” for Dad — Browne returned his attention to the problem at hand. The Jackson … [Read more...] about Jackson Browne Adapts
Entertainment Weekly's latest print edition is a reunion issue that features several movie and TV reunions that fans are dying to see. The site has posted a brand new reunion video for Back to The Future, which features stars Michael J. Fox and Lea Thompson reminiscing about the classic movie, 25 years after it was first released. Click on the video player below to watch this reunion: … [Read more...] about Back to the Future Reunion Video with Michael J. Fox and Lea Thompson!