You don't get a plaque at the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame with one song or a catchy melody. It takes a lot, and Jackson Browne's rollicking Southern California rock'n'roll, as well as literate lyricism, let him write songs such as “The Pretender,” “Running On Empty,” “Doctor My Eyes,” and “Somebody's Baby.”
On Monday, Browne brings his entire catalog to Omaha for his acoustic tour where he'll play guitar and piano.
Browne will also donate $1 to charity for every ticket sold.
— Kevin Coffey