Running on Empty No More: Jackson Browne Announces 2023 Tour!

Jackson Browne, the iconic singer-songwriter, is embarking on a tour in 2023 that promises to be one of the most exciting events of the year. Browne, who has been entertaining audiences for over five decades, is known for his soulful lyrics and mesmerizing performances.

Jackson Brown 2023 Tour

The 2023 tour is set to kick off on June 3rd in Columbus, Ohio, and will run through the summer with shows across the United States. Browne will be performing at some of the most prestigious venues in the country, including Ruth Eckerd Hall in Florida, the ACL Live at the Moody Theater in Texas, and the Grand Ole Opry in Nashville.

Fans of Browne can expect to hear a mix of his classic hits and new material from his upcoming album. Browne is known for his introspective and politically charged lyrics, and his songs have often reflected the social and political climate of the times. His music has been described as a mix of folk, rock, and country, and has influenced generations of musicians.

Jackson Browne has had numerous hits over the course of his career, with many becoming classics that continue to be popular today. Among his most notable songs are "Doctor My Eyes", "Running on Empty", "Somebody's Baby", "The Pretender", "Stay", "These Days", "Fountain of Sorrow", "Tender Is the Night", "Take It Easy", and "In the Shape of a Heart". These songs showcase Browne's ability to write and perform emotional, introspective, and catchy music that has resonated with audiences for decades.

Browne's touring band will include longtime collaborators such as guitarist Val McCallum, bassist Bob Glaub, and drummer Mauricio Lewak. The band will also feature special guest performers at select shows, adding to the excitement of the tour.

2023 Jackson Browne Concert Dates

  • 06/03/2023 - Palace Theatre - Columbus, OH
  • 06/04/2023 - Benedum Center for the Performing Arts - Pittsburgh, PA
  • 06/06/2023 - Akron Civic Theatre - Akron, OH
  • 06/07/2023 - Stranahan Theater - Toledo, OH
  • 06/09/2023 - UIS Performing Arts Center - Springfield, IL
  • 06/10/2023 - The Louisville Palace Theatre - Louisville, KY
  • 06/12/2023 - MSU - Juanita K. Hammons Hall for the Performing Arts - Springfield, MO
  • 06/13/2023 - Orpheum Theater - Omaha, NE
  • 06/15/2023 - The Orpheum Theater - Madison, WI
  • 06/16/2023 - Victory Theatre - Evansville, IN
  • 06/18/2023 - Grand Ole Opry - Nashville, TN
  • 06/19/2023 - Brown County Music Center - Nashville, IN
  • 07/14/2023 - Abraham Chavez Theatre - El Paso, TX
  • 07/15/2023 - Wagner Noël Performing Arts Center - Midland, TX
  • 07/18/2023 - ACL Live at the Moody Theater - Austin, TX
  • 07/19/2023 - Texas Trust CU Theatre at Grand Prairie - Grand Prairie, TX
  • 07/21/2023 - Smart Financial Centre - Sugar Land, TX
  • 07/22/2023 - Saenger Theatre - New Orleans, LA
  • 07/25/2023 - Saenger Theatre - Mobile, AL
  • 07/26/2023 - Alabama Theatre - Birmingham, AL
  • 07/28/2023 - Jacksonville Center for the Performing Arts | Moran Theater - Jacksonville, FL
  • 07/29/2023 - Walt Disney Theater - Orlando, FL
  • 08/01/2023 - Au-Rene Theater at the Broward Center for the Perf. Arts - Fort Lauderdale, FL
  • 08/02/2023 - Ruth Eckerd Hall - Clearwater, FL

The 2023 tour is not only an opportunity for fans to see Browne perform live, but also a chance to support causes that are important to him. A portion of the proceeds from the tour will be donated to organizations that are working to make a positive impact in the world, like M.U.S.E (Musician United for Safe Energy). Tickets for the tour are expected to sell out quickly, so fans are encouraged to purchase them as soon as possible. Jackson Browne's 2023 tour promises to be a memorable event, showcasing his musical talent and passion for social and political issues.

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