I love Jackson Browne like very few other artists. He epitomizes that 1970’s LA sound that I adore. I also love David Hidalgo’s band Los Lobos who epitomize that Chicano sound from the last 40 years. Together they are going to make one hell of a show at the Craneway Pavillion in Point Richmond this Sunday. If you haven’t secured tickets yet, they’re almost sold out so get some quick.
The concert will benefit Los Cenzontles and the Los Cenzontles touring group and students will also perform. Tickets begin at $55 with three VIP ticket packages and can be purchased at www.jacksonbrowne.com
Los Cenzontles is a factory of musical culture based in California. Deeply rooted in tradition, its professional musicians and mentors redefine Mexican American culture with a contemporary voice. Through a nationally acclaimed musical group, a media production company, and a youth Academy, Los Cenzontles focuses on the future by bringing our youth to the forefront of our mission and music. The organization recently announced the launch of its “Supporting Roots” Campaign to raise funds to expand and renovate its facility and expand its renowned cultural arts programming. He’s a co-founder of the groups Musicians United for Safe Energy (MUSE), Nukefree.org, and the Success Through the Arts Foundation, which provides education opportunities for students in South Los Angeles.
To purchase tickets and for more information visit www.jacksonbrowne.com