Jackson Browne: His Life and Music
Gritty, passionate, and totally comprehensive, Jackson Browne is nothing less than a guided tour of rock's most prolific years with one of its most complex artists--a must-read for any true aficionado.
- Jackson Browne has sold more than 15 million copies of 14 albums
- In February 2002, Browne became the fourth recipient of the John Steinbeck Award. Other recipients include John Sayles, Arthur Miller and Bruce Springsteen
- Browne's duet with Bonnie Raitt, "Where Have All the Flowers Gone," received a 1999 Grammy nomination for Best Pop Collaboration
- He was inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame in 2004
- The Very Best of Jackson Browne (2004) was Billboard magazine's highest charting debut album for is first week in release.
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