Jackson Browne is known for songwriting deep rooted in emotion, personal politics and honesty. His songs have moved and captivated audiences for decades and he was honored by being inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall Of Fame in 2004 and the Songwriter’s Hall of Fame in 2007. Browne’s career began in the 1960’s in Orange County and Los Angeles where he was active in the folk club scene. Southern California has always been his home other than a brief stint in New York City in the late 60’s. Over his five-decade career span, he has released 15 studio albums and four collections of live performances, as well as played many venues selling out Jackson Browne tickets. “Standing In The Breach” his latest studio album, is a collection of ten songs and true to his style of music evokes emotion through exploring hope, love and political and personal uncertainly in modern life. Outside of his music, Browne is also known as an advocate on behalf of human rights, the environment and art education. He is a cofounder of both Nukefree.org and Musicians for United Safe energy, or MUSE. In 2002, Browne was given the prestigious John Steinbeck Award given to those whose work carries on the social and environmental values that were so important to the late author. This summer, after returning from the European leg, Jackson Browne will be supporting his new studio album “Standing In The Breach” with a United States tour beginning in Washington State in July and culminating in Pennsylvania in late September.