June 11, 2021
Last night, Jackson Browne performed his new single “My Cleveland Heart” on Jimmy Kimmel Live!
Watch Jackson Browne perform “My Cleveland Heart” on Jimmy Kimmel Live!
Listen to Jackson on WTF with Marc Maron
Jackson also guested on the latest episode of WTF with Marc Maron podcast where they discussed the new album, his history with Nico and the Velvet Underground, touring with James Taylor, the Pacific Garbage Patch, and more.Link to Article Watch Jackson Browne Perform New Single “My Cleveland Heart” on Jimmy Kimmel Live!
June 10, 2021
Jackson’s episode on WTF with Marc Maron is now live! Listen here.Link to Article Jackson Browne on Marc Maron’s WTF Podcast
June 11, 2021
Jackson is the musical guest on Jimmy Kimmel Live! on Thursday, June 10. Check your local listings for channel information in your area.Link to Article Thursday, June 10: Jackson on Jimmy Kimmel Live!
June 2, 2021
Starting today, fans can place reservations to be first in line for tickets to Jackson Browne’s next headlining tour via jacksonbrowne.com.
Powered by Lyte’s Priority Reservations, fans can make a reservation for a city near them for dates to be announced soon. Once a date and venue are locked in, fans will be notified and receive first access to the best available tickets when they go on sale. If fans don’t see their city listed, fans can request their city to show where they’d like to see Jackson Browne play.
The tour will support his new album, Downhill From Everywhere, available worldwide on July 23 via Inside Recordings. Reservations can be placed HERE.
Jackson Browne will be on tour this summer and fall with James Taylor. Additional Jackson Browne dates will be announced soon. For more information, please visit www.jacksonbrowne.com.Link to Article Jackson Browne Partners with Lyte and Launches New Fan Priority Reservations for Upcoming Tours
May 20, 2021
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“È tornato Jackson Browne e nel video del nuovo singolo My Cleveland Heart compare Phoebe Bridgers. Il registro è ironico. Il video si apre con Browne che si appresta a subire un’operazione al cuore. Mentre lo portano in sala operatoria, lui continua a suonare la chitarra. Quando finisce sul tavolo operatorio di fronte a un gruppo di osservatori, appare Phoebe Bridgers vestita da infermiera, mangia il cuore di Browne che viene sostituito da un organo artificiale.
“Phoebe Bridgers released a haunting, slowed down version of her Punisher single “Kyoto” earlier this year that featured harmonies from Jackson Browne. Now she’s appeared in his new video for “My Cleveland Heart,” which you can watch below. It was directed by Alissa Torvinen, who Browne chose for the job after seeing her video for another of Phoebe’s Punisher singles, “I Know The End,” and it features Browne undergoing heart surgery, and having his heart replaced with a shiny, gleaming artificial one. Phoebe plays a nurse, and there’s a shot of her clutching Browne’s old heart in the corner with blood on her mouth, suggesting she’s been eating it.”
Cleveland.com (The Plain Dealer)
“CLEVELAND, Ohio — Rock & Roll Hall of Famer Jackson Browne says the inspiration for his latest song, “My Cleveland Heart,” came during a drive around Northeast Ohio
“The person I was driving with said, ‘That’s Cleveland Heart,’” Browne said in the interview with Rolling Stone. “‘That’s where they make artificial hearts.’ I said, ‘Oh, I could use one of those!’”
“2004 Rock Hall inductee Jackson Browne has a new single and music video out today that’s got Cleveland right there in the title, so it’s definitely good.”
“Jackson Browne has announced his new album Downhill from Everywhere. It’s out July 23 via his own Inside Recordings, and to herald its coming, Browne has shared a music video for the lead single “My Cleveland Heart” that shows Phoebe Bridgers having a bloody good time.
For now, few details are known about Downhill from Everywhere, except that pre-orders will start his Friday, May 21st. But Browne did say in a statement on his website that the album had a recurring theme of inclusion. “There’s a deep current of inclusion running through this record,” he said. “I think that idea of inclusion, of opening yourself up to people who are different than you — that’s the fundamental basis for any kind of understanding in this world.””
Daily Cleveland News
“Famer Jackson Browne’s Rock & Roll Hall claims the ideas for his latest track, “My Cleveland Heart,” came while driving via northeast Ohio
“The individual I drove with stated, ‘This is Cleveland Heart,’” Browne stated in a meeting with RollingStone ‘There they make synthetic hearts. ‘I stated, “Oh, I might make use of among these!”
It’s unclear when Browne drove via northeastOhio The last time he was recognized in the location remained in 2019 when he did at the Grog Shop for a funeral for James Henke, a previous manager of the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame that passed away that year.”
Directed by Alissa Torvinen Kouame, the video finds Browne centre stage in an operating theatre, preparing to undergo heart surgery led by Bridgers, his bandmates (Val McCallum, Greg Leisz, Jeff Young, Mauricio Lewak, Bob Glaub, Pete Thomas and Dave Faragher), and a doctor that looks an awful lot like himself.”
“Jackson Browne released the video today for “My Cleveland Heart,” his new single, which drops on Friday everywhere. The single, co-written with his longtime guitarist Val McCallum, comes from Browne’s forthcoming album Downhill From Everywhere due out on July 23, worldwide through his label Inside Recordings.
The “My Cleveland Heart” video was directed by Alissa Torvinen (Phoebe Bridgers, Pink, Melanie Martinez – K12) and includes a cameo by Phoebe Bridgers along with Browne’s bandmates Val McCallum, Greg Leisz, Jeff Young, Mauricio Lewak, Bob Glaub as well as Pete Thomas and Dave Faragher.”
“Jackson Browne has shared a new video for “My Cleveland Heart.” The single is a cut off Downhill From Everywhere, Browne’s forthcoming album, which is due out on July 23.
The single was co-written with Browne’s longtime guitarist Val McCallum. Meanwhile, the video was directed by Alissa Torvinen, who was worked with the likes of Pink, Melanie Martinez and Phoebe Bridgers. In fact, Bridgers has a cameo on Browne’s new video, helping aid a robotic heart transplant.”
“Jackson Browne has announced his next studio album Downhill From Everywhere, which arrives July 23 via his own Inside Recordings. Today, he’s shared the music video for his new single “My Cleveland Heart,” which features a cameo by Phoebe Bridgers. Watch Bridgers assist with Browne’s robotic heart transplant in the Alissa Torvinen–directed clip below (via Rolling Stone).
Alissa Torvinen directed Phoebe Bridgers’ “I Know the End” video. She said in a press release:
‘What an honor to collaborate with Jackson. His creativity is inspiring, not solely in music, but in everything he puts his energy into. We came up with a script for the video very serendipitously, and Phoebe joining us was a wonderful surprise. The way she received Jackson’s heart and the shot of her watching from the wings… perfectly dark and poetic and Phoebe.'”
Rock Cellar Magazine
““My Cleveland Heart” is the title of a new song from legendary singer/songwriter Jackson Browne — and its music video is a rather unexpected bit of irreverence and fun from him, with an assist from none other than Phoebe Bridgers.
The video was shared on Wednesday as a preview of Downhill from Everywhere, Browne’s new album due out July 23.”
The new record, which comes nearly 50 years after his 1972 self-titled debut, has “a deep current of inclusion running through this record,” Browne said in a statement. “I think that idea of inclusion, of opening yourself up to people who are different than you – that’s the fundamental basis for any kind of understanding in this world.””
“Phoebe Bridgers has a very special guest appearance in the music video for Jackson Browne’s new single “My Cleveland Heart.” The video — which was directed by Alissa Torvinen, who Browne picked after seeing the video she did for Bridgers’ “I Know The End” — begins with Browne being brought into an operating room to have heart surgery. Bridgers portrays one of the nurses and she ends up eating Browne’s heart off in a corner as he gets fitted with an artificial one.
“I thought it was really appropriate to take out my worn-out, useless heart and hand it to Phoebe,” Browne said to Rolling Stone. “Who better to hand [it] to than somebody young, strong, and possibly as cynical as me?””
The Urban Twist
“Jackson Browne has released a video for his breezy song “My Cleveland Heart,” and it features a familiar face: the singer cast Phoebe Bridgers as a cannibal nurse in the creepy video.
Alissa Torvinen, who also directed Bridgers’ video for “I Know The End,” directed the video for “My Cleveland Heart.” Browne is wheeled into surgery at a hospital in the first scene. Browne’s bandmates play doctors who remove the singer’s heart and substitute it with a high-tech artificial organ. Browne’s true heart is then handed to Bridgers, who starts devouring it in the corner of the room while dressed as a nurse.”
Ultimate Classic Rock
“Jackson Browne has announced a new album, Downhill From Everywhere. The LP, his first in six years, will arrive on July 23.
“On the surface, it’s about living in L.A.,” Browne said in a press release. “But it’s really a metaphor for life itself. I adore this city, but I’ve been trying to leave since around the time I finished my first album. You can love and appreciate and depend on a life as you know it, but deep down you may also long for something else, even if you don’t know what it is.”
“Jackson Browne has released a video to his breezy tune “My Cleveland Heart” and it features a recognizable face: The singer tapped none other than Phoebe Bridgers to play a cannibal nurse in his eerie visual.
The “My Cleveland Heart” video was directed by Alissa Torvinen, who handled Bridgers’ “I Know The End” visual. It opens with Browne being wheeled into surgery at a hospital. The doctors, who are played by Browne’s bandmates, remove the singer’s heart to replace it with a high-tech artificial organ. Browne’s real heart is then handed to Bridgers who, dressed up as a nurse, begins to devour it in the corner of the room.”
Yahoo! Entertainment (h/t SPIN)
The new record, which comes nearly 50 years after his 1972 self-titled debut, has “a deep current of inclusion running through this record,” Browne said in a statement. “I think that idea of inclusion, of opening yourself up to people who are different than you – that’s the fundamental basis for any kind of understanding in this world.””Link to Article Press for “My Cleveland Heart”