Jackson Browne defined the term “singer/songwriter.” The Eagles credit him with teaching them how to write songs. Bruce Springsteen, in his Rock and Roll Hall of Fame induction speech, said, “I always thought that our job here on earth and the way we regain our divinity is by reconstructing love out of the broken pieces that we’ve been given. Jackson Browne’s work has always been the sound of that reconstruction.”
Fittingly, he first came to Door County to help save a bridge. Now he returns to help build new bridges in the arts community.
The Tambourine Collaboratory (aka “The Tambourine”) is a place for artists and musicians of all stripes to work together toward building a more vibrant local scene. Sharing tools, talents, and resources, participants take “do-it-yourself” to the next level: collaboration. Building upon the Steel Bridge Construction Zone’s immersive environment, The Tambourine facilitates year round interaction in the realms of development, production, publishing, marketing, and more.
Jackson is taking no fee for his performance. All proceeds benefit The Tambourine Collaboratory.