Severin Browne at the Highlands Center - June 8th & 9th

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Severin Browne at the Highlands Center - June 8th & 9th

Former Motown artist and songwriter, Severin Browne under the stars at the Highlands Center. 2 SHOWS!

By The Folk Sessions

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Date and time

June 8 · 7pm - June 9 · 9pm MST


The Highlands Center for Natural History Walker Rd Prescott, AZ

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Severin Browne Thurs & Fri, June 8 & 9

7pm, $30 The Highlands Center,

Severin Browne, former Motown artist and songwriter and the younger brother of Jackson Browne, brings his "clear voice, masterful guitar playing and finely crafted songs" under the stars at the Highlands Center Amphitheater for 2 nights, Thurs-Fri, June 8th-9th.

Opening the show are the Folk Session’s Tom & Christa Agostino. Come early and enjoy the beauty of the Highlands Center. Tickets are $30, and are available at

A Sweet P Promotion, presented by the Folk Sessions.

A former Motown recording artist and staff songwriter, and the younger brother of Jackson Browne, Severin Browne has shared stages with Kenny Rankin, The Kingston Trio, Sonny Terry & Brownie McGee, John Hartford, Country Joe and the Fish, and many more.

After leaving Motown in the mid-seventies, Severin spent his time writing and performing in the Los Angeles area, where his songs were recorded by Thelma Houston, Patti Dahlstrom, Colin Blunstone, Twiggy, The Dillards, and Pamela Stanley, who had a Billboard #15 hit with Severin’s “I Don’t Want To Talk About It.”

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The Folk Sessions

The Folk Sessions has established a loyal following, producing quality radio programs and live concerts, and providing a community voice for Arizona businesses and organizations offering valuable services. We present the popular Highlands Center and PCA concert series, as well as producing two Folk Sessions Music Collections. The Folk Sessions can now be heard on Prescott Public Radio 89.5 fm in Arizona.