Jackson Browne tells tales of his remarkable career at Noise11 iHeartRadio this week.
Browne has released 14 albums of the past 44 years and wrote some of the greatest songs of all-time including ‘Take It Easy’, ‘Doctor My Eyes’, ‘Rock Me On The Water’ and ‘Running On Empty’.
In 2014 he released his latest musical chapter ‘Standing In The Breach’ featuring the Byrdish ‘The Birds of St Marks’, written in 1967.
Jackson Browne will also discuss the Eagles final performance for Glenn Frey when he joined the band for the tribute at the Grammy Awards.
Noise11 iHeartRadio Playlist 25-31 March 2016
Matt Corby – Knife Edge
Russell Morris and the Rubes – The Roar of Wild Torpedos (Glory Days Of Aussie Pub Rock)
Jeff Buckley – Everyday People
Tinpan Orange – Love Is A Dog
Uncanny X Men – Everybody Wants To Work (Glory Days Of Aussie Pub Rock)
Taste – I Am God
JACKSON BROWNE INTEVIEW and Feature
Jackson Browne – The Birds of St Marks
Jackson Browne – Somebody’s Baby
Jackson Browne – Take It Easy
Jackson Browne – Doctor My Eyes
Jackson Browne – Rock Me On The Water
Jackson Browne – Redneck Friend
Jackson Browne – Before The Deluge
Jackson Browne – The Pretender
Jackson Browne – Running On Empty
Jackson Browne The Load Out/Stay
Graham Nash – This Path Tonight
Richard Clapton – Carry Me Home
Primal Scream – Movin’ On Up
Primal Scream – Where The Light Gets In
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