James Taylor, Jackson Browne reschedule joint tour
Critically acclaimed singer James Taylor has rescheduled his upcoming U.S. tour to later in 2021 joined by his All-Star Band and special guest Jackson Browne. The 26-city journey now kicks off July 29th in Chicago and runs into November hitting markets like Pittsburgh, Louisville, Nashville, Wantagh, Holmdel, Houston, San Francisco and San Diego. Also during the year, the Grammy-winner will be heading up to Canada for another massive co-headlining tour with Bonnie Raitt.
Taylor will continue supporting his 18th studio album ‘American Standard’ released on February 28th, 2020 via Fantasy Records. The new album follows up 2015’s ‘Before This World’ which reached #1 on the Billboard 200 and features a guest appearance by Sting on the track ‘Before This World / Jolly Springtime’. The ‘You’ve Got A Friend’ singer has sold over 100 million albums with many achieving Gold, Platinum, and Multi-Platinum status throughout the years. He was also inducted into the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame back in 2000.
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About James Taylor Tour Albums
James Taylor arrived on the Pop / Rock scene with the release of the album ‘Flag’ published on November 30, 1978. The track ‘Company Man’ immediately became a success and made James Taylor one of the fastest growing acts at that time. Later on, James Taylor came out with the hugely beloved album ‘Greatest Hits’ which features some of the most well-known songs from the James Taylor collection. ‘Greatest Hits’ includes the track ‘Something in the Way She Moves’ which has made itself the most well-known for fans to experience during the performances. Apart from ‘Something in the Way She Moves’, many of other songs from ‘Greatest Hits’ have also become well-known as a result. A handful of James Taylor’s most beloved tour albums and songs are seen below. After 38 years since the release of ‘Flag’ and making a massive impact in the industry, music lovers consistently gather to watch James Taylor appear live to perform songs from the entire discography.