Mark W from Indianapolis, Indiana
ON TOP OF HIS GAME , HASN'T LOST A THING
Fantastic , totally awesome. .His voice sounded great seasoned with age , his band extremely tight , slightly different arrangements on some older songs , roughly 2 hours 35 minutes of playing time I've probably seen him at least 15 times over the years , all of them great , but this one sticks out for , especially from a set list standpoint . To anyone who's never seen him , young or old I highly recommend , Keep rocking Jackson😎
Sharon from Indianapolis, Indiana
HE NEVER DISAPPOINTS!
Although the average age of JB's audience grows, the impact of his music is legendary for us "old timers" - his lyrics speak to our youth, young adulthood, middle age and beyond. He is a Poet Extraordinaire and his voice is still strong and his guitar/piano work is beyond compare. Amazing band with him and thank you, Jackson, for giving me another concert to remember and thank you for writing "Take It Easy" - we still miss Glenn Frey!
Jane from Louisville, Kentucky
Jackson and his band were in fine form in the Derby City. Like Triple Crown champion, Justify, they were excellent from start to finish. Great pace of the show, mixing in hits and deeper album cuts throughout. Jackson's voice in fine form. Sounded just as good as he did in his 20's. Amazing show!!
Susan Buckley from Battle Creek, Michigan
STILL FIRST RATE
One of his best concerts in years. The band is outstanding and, as Jackson Browne stated, they click together just like a Rubik’s cube. As usual, he started at the exact start time and played for almost three hours with a 15 minute break in the middle. Teaming with members of a gospel choir enriched the music; their addition to the ending of Lives in the Balance was spot on! Browne’s interaction with the audience was perfect so we didn’t get a “cookie cutter” performance. He is still on top of his game.
Jack Straw from Cincinnati, Ohio
HE STILL HAS IT - THAT MAN CAN SING
After seeing JB 40 plus times he still doesn't disappoint. great interaction with the crowd, good lead into the songs with some background, friendly, happy, good band and back-up singers and playing at Riverbend/ PNC in Cincinnati, can't get any better than that. What a venue, Easy in Easy out. JB still has it. he sounds like I 1st heard him over 40 years ago. What a talent. Can't wait to see him again. he's definitely one of the best musical talents that has performed flawlessly in over 5 decades....not many like him. HM
Dan Serpico from Boston, Massachusetts
MAY 15 AT BLUE HILLS PAVILION
I had never seen Jackson Browne, before, but it was worth the wait. At age 69, his voice is still strong and he was engaging and personable with the audience. He played 25 songs! While he played a ton of hit songs (Doctor My Eyes, In the Shape of a Heart, The Pretender), he also mixed in less well known, but great, songs like: For A Dancer, Before the Deluge, Your Bright Baby Blues. He mixed between guitar and the piano and mixed up the pace, with upbeat songs like: Red Neck Friend and Running on Empty, but slowed it down and showed his soul with songs like: These Days and Love Needs A Heart. Finally, there were songs off his new album (The Long Way Around), but he also covered Warren Zevon's Lawyers, Guns & Money. it was really terrific. If your a Jackson Browne fan - you have to go see him
Dave Cassella from Syracuse, New York
HE’S JUST JACKSON
No glitz...no glitter. To all his fans from the beginning- Jackson Browne could sing “ Row your boat” for 3 hours and it would be enjoyable. The cozy Landmark Theatre in Syracuse is a perfect venue for his show. His female backup singers were terrific and his band just awesome. But it’s one of the most identifiable voices ever in music that made this a night to remember. 70 years old(almost?) and the pipes appear to have no rust. Good guy too.
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