How rich is Jackson Browne? Net Worth, Height, Weight

January 1, 2020

Jackson Browne Net Worth

How rich is Clyde Jackson Browne? For this question we spent 29 hours on research (Wikipedia, Youtube, we read books in libraries, etc) to review the post.

The main source of income: Musicians
Total Net Worth at the moment 2022 year – is about $12 Million.



Clyde Jackson Browne information Birth date: October 9, 1948 Birth place: Heidelberg, West Germany Height:5 8? (1.74 m) Profession:Soundtrack, Music Department, Actor Nationality:American

Height, Weight

:How tall is Jackson Browne – 1,80m.
How much weight is Jackson Browne – 50kg


Jackson Browne Net Worth
Jackson Browne Net Worth
Jackson Browne Net Worth
Jackson Browne Net Worth


Biography,Early lifeBrowne was born in Heidelberg, Germany, where his father Clyde Jack Browne, an American serviceman, was stationed for his job assignment with the Stars and Stripes newspaper. Brownes mother, Beatrice Amanda (nee Dahl), was a Minnesota native of Norwegian ancestry. Browne has three siblings. Roberta Berbie Browne was born in 1946 in Nuremberg, Germany, and Edward Severin Browne was born in 1949 in Frankfurt am Main, Germany. His younger sister, Gracie Browne, was born a number of years later. At the age of three Browne and his family moved to his grandfathers famous house, Abbey San Encino in the Highland Park district of Los Angeles. In his teens he began singing folk songs in local venues such as the Ash Grove and The Troubador Club. He attended Sunny Hills High School in Fullerton, California, graduating in 1966.Songwriter for othersAfter graduating in 1966, Browne joined the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band, performing at the Golden Bear (Huntington Beach, California) where they opened for The Lovin Spoonful. The band later recorded a number of Brownes songs, including These Days, Holding, and Shadow Dream Song. He also spent a short time in his friend Pamela Pollands band, Gentle Soul. Browne left the Dirt Band after a few months and moved to Greenwich Village, New York, where he became a staff writer for Elektra Records publishing company, Nina Music before his eighteenth birthday. He reported on musical events in New York City with his friends Greg Copeland and Adam Saylor. He spent the remainder of 1967 and 1968 in Greenwich Village, where he backed Tim Buckley and singer Nico of the Velvet Underground. In 1967, Browne and Nico were romantically linked and he became a significant contributor to her debut album, Chelsea Girl, writing and playing guitar on several of the songs (including These Days). In 1968, following his breakup with Nico, Browne returned to Los Angeles, where he formed a folk band with Ned Doheny and Jack Wilce, and first met Glenn Frey.Brownes first songs, such as Shadow Dream Song and These Days, were recorded by the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band, Tom Rush, Nico, Steve Noonan, Gregg Allman, Joan Baez, Eagles, Linda Ronstadt, the Byrds, and others. Browne did not release his own versions of these early songs until years later. Soon after this, Rolling Stone mentioned Browne as a new face to look for and praised his mind-boggling melodies.Classic periodBrowne during a 1976 concert in Hamburg, GermanyIn 1971, Browne signed with his manager David Geffens Asylum Records and released Jackson Browne (1972) produced and engineered by Richard Orshoff, which included the piano-driven Doctor My Eyes, which entered the Top Ten in the US singles chart. Rock Me on the Water, from the same album, also gained considerable radio airplay, while Jamaica Say You Will and Song for Adam (written about his friend Adam Saylors death) helped establish Brownes reputation. Touring to promote the album, he shared the bill with Linda Ronstadt and Joni Mitchell.His next album, For Everyman (1973) – while considered of high quality – was less successful than his debut album, although it still sold a million copies. The upbeat Take It Easy, cowritten with Eagles Glenn Frey, had already been a major success for that group, while his own recording of These Days reflected a sound representing Brownes angst.Late for the Sky (1974) consolidated Brownes fan base, and the album peaked at #14 on the Billboard album chart, the 84th-best-selling album of 1974. Brownes work began to demonstrate a reputation for memorable melody, insightful, often very personal lyrics, and a talent for his arrangements in composition. It featured a Magritte-inspired cover. Highlights included the title song, the elegiac For a Dancer, Before the Deluge, and Fountain of Sorrow. The arrangements featured the violin and guitar of David Lindley, Jai Windings piano, and the harmonies of Doug Haywood. The title track was also featured in Martin Scorseses film Taxi Driver. During this period, Browne began his fractious but lifelong professional relationship with singer-songwriter Warren Zevon, mentoring Zevons first two Asylum albums through the studio as a producer (working closely with Waddy Wachtel and Jorge Calderon).When touring in 1975, Browne was accompanied by his wife Phyllis and one-year-old son Ethan. Browne also added keyboardist Wayne Cook to the tour. They toured in a re-converted Greyhound. In the autumn of 1975, Browne performed shows with The Eagles, Linda Ronstadt, and Toots and the Maytals.Brownes character was even more apparent in his next album, The Pretender. It was released during 1976, after the suicide of his first wife, Phyllis Major. The album features production by Jon Landau and a mixture of styles, ranging from the mariachi-inspired Linda Paloma to the country-driven Your Bright Baby Blues and the downbeat Sleeps Dark and Silent Gate. Here Come Those Tears Again, cowritten with Nancy Farnsworth, the mother of Phyllis Major, after the untimely death of Major, peaked at #23 on the Hot 100 one year to the week after that death.Running on Empty (1977), recorded entirely on tour, became his biggest commercial success. Breaking the usual conventions for a live album, Browne used only new material and combined live concert performances with recordings made on buses, in hotel rooms, and back stage.[11] Running on Empty contains some of his most popular songs, such as the title track, Rosie, and The Load-Out/Stay (Brownes send-off to his concert audiences and roadies).Activism and musicIn spring of 1978, Browne appeared at the site of the Barnwell, South Carolina, nuclear reprocessing plant to perform a free concert the night before a civil disobedience action, he did not participate in the action. In June 1978 he performed on the grounds of the Seabrook Station Nuclear Power Plant construction site in New Hampshire for 20,000 opponents of the reactor.[12]Browne performing in 2008Soon after the Three Mile Island nuclear accident, during March 1979, Browne joined with several musician friends to found the antinuclear organization Musicians United for Safe Energy.[13] He was arrested protesting against the Diablo Canyon Power Plant near San Luis Obispo. His next album, Hold Out (1980), was commercially successful – his only number 1 record on the U.S. pop albums chart. The album generated Boulevard. In 1982, he released the single Somebodys Baby from the Fast Times at Ridgemont High soundtrack, which became his biggest hit, peaking at number 7 on the Billboard Hot 100. The 1983 Lawyers in Love followed, signaling a discernible change from the personal to the political in his lyrics. In 1985, he sang a duet with Clarence Clemons in a song called Youre a Friend of Mine.Political protest came to the fore in Brownes music in the 1986 album, Lives in the Balance, an explicit condemnation of U.S. policy in Central America. Flavored with new instrumental textures, it was a huge success with many Browne fans, though not with mainstream audiences. The title track, Lives in the Balance, with its Andean pan pipes – and lines like, Theres a shadow on the faces / Of the men who fan the flames / Of the wars that are fought in places / Where we cant even say the names – was an outcry against U.S.-backed wars in Nicaragua, El Salvador, and Guatemala. The song was used at several points in the award-winning 1987 PBS documentary, The Secret Government: The Constitution in Crisis, by journalist Bill Moyers, and was part of the soundtrack of Stones War, a 1986 Miami Vice episode focusing on American involvement in Central America.During the 1980s, Browne performed frequently at benefit concerts for causes in which he believed, including Farm Aid, Amnesty International (making several appearances on the 1986 A Conspiracy of Hope Tour), post-Somoza revolutionary Nicaragua, and the Christic Institute. The album World in Motion, released during 1989, contains a cover of Steve Van Zandts I am a Patriot, a song which he has performed at numerous concerts.Browne also performed alongside Roy Orbison in A Black and White Night in 1988 along with Bruce Springsteen, k.d. lang, and many others. Originally airing on Cinemax, a live album and video recordings were also released.1990sBrowne wrote and recorded the song The Rebel Jesus with the Chieftains, which appeared on their 1991 Christmas album The Bells of Dublin. In 1993, four years after his previous album, Browne returned with Im Alive, a critically acclaimed album with a more personal style that did not have any successful singles but still sold respectably – indeed, the ninth track from the album, Sky Blue and Black, was used during the pilot episode of the situation comedy Friends. In 1994, Browne collaborated with Kathy Mattea to contribute Rock Me on the Water to the AIDS benefit album Red Hot + Country produced by the Red Hot Organization.[14]During 1995, he performed in The Wizard of Oz in Concert: Dreams Come True, a musical performance of the popular story at Lincoln Center to benefit the Childrens Defense Fund. The performance was originally broadcast on Turner Network Television, and issued on CD and video in 1996. He sang a duet with Jann Arden, Unloved, on her 1995 album Living Under June. Brownes own album, Looking East (1996), was released soon after, but was not as successful commercially.[14]2000 to the presentBrowne released his album The Naked Ride Home in 2002, with a performance on Austin City Limits, featuring the recording with older familiar songs.During 2003, Browne guest-starred as himself in The Simpsons episode Brake My Wife, Please, performing a parody of his song Rosie with lyrics altered to reference the plot involving Homer and Marge.In 2004, Browne was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. Bruce Springsteen gave the induction speech, commenting to Browne that although the Eagles were inducted first, he said, You wrote the songs they wished they had written.[15] Browne had written an uncounted number of hit songs that many artists, including the Eagles had recorded over the span of his career. The previous year, three of Brownes albums – For Everyman, Late for the Sky, and The Pretender – had been selected by Rolling Stone magazine as among its choices for the 500 best albums of all time.Browne campaigning for Presidential candidate John Edwards at a fundraising event in 2008A liberal Democrat, Browne appeared in several rallies for presidential candidate Ralph Nader in 2000, singing I Am a Patriot and other songs. He participated in the Vote for Change tour during October 2004, playing a series of concerts in American swing states. These concerts were organized by to mobilize people to vote for John Kerry in the presidential election. Browne appeared with Bonnie Raitt and Keb Mo, and once with Bruce Springsteen. During late 2006, Browne performed with Michael Stanley and J. D. Souther at a fundraiser for Democratic candidates in Ohio. For the 2008 presidential election, he endorsed John Edwards for the Democratic presidential nomination and performed at some of Edwards appearances. After Barack Obama won the Democratic nomination, Browne endorsed him.[14] Browne also performed briefly at the Occupy Wall Street presence at Zuccotti Park in Lower Manhattan on December 1, 2011, to show his support for their cause.[16] In the 2016 Democratic Party presidential primaries, Browne endorsed United States senator Bernie Sanders of Vermont.[17]Solo Acoustic, Vol. 1, was released in 2005 on Inside Recordings. The album consists of live recordings of 11 previously released tracks including The Birds of St. Marks, a song written in 1967, that appears on his 2014 album, Standing in the Breach. Solo Acoustic, Vol. 1 was nominated for a Grammy Award in 2007 in the category of Best Contemporary Folk/Americana Album. A live follow-up album, Solo Acoustic, Vol. 2, was released on March 4, 2008.[14]Browne is part of the No Nukes group which is against the expansion of nuclear power. During 2007, the group recorded a music video of a new version of the Buffalo Springfield song For What Its Worth.[18][19]Browne made a cameo appearance in the 2007 film, Walk Hard: The Dewey Cox Story.[20]Brownes studio album, Time the Conqueror, was released September 23, 2008, by Inside Recordings. The album reached the Billboard 200 album chart at #20, which was his first top-20 record since releasing Lawyers in Love in 1983. In addition, the album peaked at #2 on the Billboard Independent Album chart.[21]During August 2008, Browne sued John McCain, the Ohio Republican Party, and the Republican National Committee for using his 1977 hit, Running on Empty, in an attack advertisement against Barack Obama without his permission.[22] In July 2009, the matter was settled under an undisclosed financial agreement with an apology from the McCain campaign and other parties.[23]During August 2008, he appeared on the ALMA Awards in a taped interview honoring Trailblazer Award recipient and long-time friend, Linda Ronstadt.On May 31, 2008, Jackson Browne performed at the Artist for the Arts Foundation benefit at Barnum Hall, Santa Monica High School, Santa Monica, California. Performing live, alongside Heart, Venice (Crazy on You) and over 70 members of the Santa Monica High School (SaMoHi) Orchestra and Girls Choir (Bohemian Rhapsody), the benefit helped to provide funds for the continuation of music education in public schools. Browne again performed there with Heart and other musician guest stars in 2009.[24]In September 2009, Jackson joined artists such as Fred Tackett (Little Feat), Inara George (Bird and the Bee) and others in supporting orphans, foster and homeless children through Safety Harbor Kids Holiday Collection with proceeds going to help educate at risk youth.In 2010, he recorded a version of Waterloo Sunset with Ray Davies for the latters collaborations album, See My Friends.In January 2011, Browne won the 10th Annual Independent Music Awards in the Best Live Performance Album category for Love Is Strange: En Vivo Con Tino, performed by himself and David Lindley.[25]Browne contributed a cover of Buddy Hollys True Love Ways for a 2011 tribute album, Listen to Me: Buddy Holly.In 2012, he joined artists such as David Crosby and Pete Seeger in supporting Ben Cohens Stamp Stampede campaign to legally stamp messages such as Not to Be Used for Bribing Politicians in order to build the movement to amend the constitution and get big money out of politics.[26]On April 1, 2014, a twenty-three song, two-disc set titled Looking Into You: A Tribute to Jackson Browne was released. The album features covers of Brownes songs by such artists as Bruce Springsteen, Don Henley, Lyle Lovett and Bonnie Raitt.[27]On October 7, 2014, Brownes 14th studio album, titled Standing in the Breach, was released.[28]On February 15, 2016, at the 58th Annual Grammy Awards, Browne and the Eagles performed Take It Easy in honor of Glenn Frey, who had died the month before.[29]


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