Jackson Browne, an American singer / song writer / performer who has had major success with his music around the world, is now bringing his incredible catalog of music to Cheyenne with a solo acoustic show on October 11th at The Cheyenne Civic Center.

His resume is as simple as it is impressive. Joining the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band after graduating high school, His obvious songwriting talents earned him a position as a staff writer for Elektra Records before his eighteenth birthday. His debut album produced a top 10 hit and he went on tour with Joni Mitchell and Linda Ronstadt and associated with some of music’s best.

Jackson’s co-written song “Take It Easy” with Glenn Frey was a career launching song for The Eagles. “In 2004, Browne was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of FameBruce 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."

Loved by millions and surrounded by some of the best talent in music, Jackson Browne will strip down his music to the basics and perform a solo acoustic show in Cheyenne at The Civic Center, 510 W. 20th St. Cheyenne, WY on October 11th. With prices ranging from $55 to $295 each at his website and starting Friday July 15, 2016 @ 10AM MDT at The Cheyenne Civic Center box office.

You can win tickets before you can buy them HERE.

Here’s a video of Jackson Browne lending his talents to Tm Freund on the song “Why Wyoming.”

And we have an old favorite with Jackson Brown.