“…This talented singer-songwriter was inducted into the Songwriters Hall of Fame in 2012 and is credited with helping to define the folk-pop of the ’60s and ’70s. His distinctive sound and down-to-earth lyrics relate to many of the issues people face; making his music more than technical masterpieces, but humanistic pieces. Included in his fifty years of music are songs “If You Could Read My Mind”, “The Edmund Fitzgerald” and “Carefree Highway”….” Jenna Cornell, Examiner.com
The soft, warm June air rests upon your skin while you watch a beautiful sunset over local water. A cool, dew-covered glass sits on the table next to you as live harmonies tickle your music palette and heighten your senses. For many, June marks the beginning of music festival season and this year Steel Bridge Songfest promises to rock the Wisconsin troposphere with original music by local, national and international artists.
The Wisconsin Area Music Industry is looking for rising stars who want an opportunity to play at the WAMI Youth Showcase on July 2, 2013 during Summerfest. The annual Youth Showcase focuses on up and coming musicians ages eight through seventeen.
Browne, who’s songwriting career exploded onto the music scene in the sixties, is well known to many as a prolific musician as well as advocate for the environment, human rights and art education.