IN OTHER NEWS
Jackson Browne, Sting and more.
The opening night of Jackson Browne‘s tour on Sunday in Washington, D.C. did not include an encore because he went right up to the curfew with his main set.
The Margaritaville casino in Biloxi, Mississippi, which licenses the name from Jimmy Buffett, has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection, just over two years since it opened.
If you happen to be in New York’s Central Park this Thursday through Sunday, you may bump into Bruce Springsteen. His daughter Jessica is participating in an equestrian event being held in Wollman Rink.
Sting has been added as a presenter and performer at the ASCAP Centennial Awards Gala on November 17th in New York. He’ll play music by and introduce his friend Billy Joel, who’s being honored along with Joan Baez, Stevie Wonder, Garth Brooks and Stephen Sondheim.
Don Henley presented the Walden Woods Project’s 2014 Global Environmental Leadership Award to Robert Redford last night (Tuesday) during a fund-raising event at the Citi Performing Arts Center in Boston. It’s the second time the honor has been given — President Bill Clinton received it in 2012.