Jackson Browne returns to Austin City Limits for the episode airing on PBS this Saturday, November 13. JamBase is pleased to premiere exclusive video footage featuring the legendary singer-songwriter’s performance of “My Cleveland Heart” from the upcoming episode.
The Season 47 episode marks Browne’s first appearance on ACL since 2002. The Rock And Roll Hall Of Famer performs several songs from his recently released 15th album, Downhill From Everywhere, including “My Cleveland Heart.” Those appear alongside classics from throughout his storied career, such as “Doctor My Eyes,” “These Days” and “Take It Easy,” the Eagles 1972 hit song Browne co-wrote with the late Glenn Frey.
“It’s like Valhalla for us, getting to play Austin City Limits,” Browne stated.
Taped at Austin’s The Moody Theater on September 22, Bowne was backed by a band composed of guitarist Val McCallum, pedal steel/lap steel guitarist Greg Leisz, bassist Bob Glaub, pianist Jason Crosby, organist Jeff Young and drummer Mauricio Lewak. Check local PBS listings for region-specific ACL air times or stream later online at PBS.org.
Watch Jackson Browne perform “My Cleveland Heart” from this weekend’s Austin City Limits episode below: