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Jackson Browne concert to benefit Cayucos land purchase including “Dog Beach”

Posted at 8:44 PM, Jun 17, 2019

Rock and Roll Hall of Famer, Jackson Browne, will play in an acoustic concert at the Performing Arts Center on the Cal Poly Campus in San Luis Obispo this fall.

The singer/songwriter has has sold 18 million albums in the U.S. including hits “Running on Empty”, “These Days” and “The Pretender”.

The concert on September 5, at 7:30 p.m., will benefit the Cayucos Land Conservancy.

The CLC established 20 years ago is working on a campaign to raise millions of dollars to purchase more land surrounding the coastal town.

According to a press release, conservancy’s plan is to purchase more of the hillside parcel/lots outside the urban service line (CLC owns 20% or 345 parcels of the paper lots bordering the east side of town) and to help fund the purchase of the southern boundary’s Chevron Property which includes “Dog Beach.”

Accompanying Jackson during the March and April shows are longtime band mates and vocalists Alethea Mills and Chavonne Stewart, and the acclaimed multi-instrumentalist Greg Leisz.

Tickets go sale Friday at 10 a.m. Pacific Time. Advance ticket information is here.