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Jackson Browne: Cain Park, Cleveland

Holly Gleason, No Depression, 20 August 2012

FOR JACKSON BROWNE, like James Taylor, a summer stop in Cleveland, Ohio is like the swallows returning to Capistrano. Throughout the '70s, the socially conscious singer/songwriter's tales of hope, loss and following Running on Empty, the road became the soundtrack of sensitive souls across the Midwest.

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