Jackson Browne will hit the stage of the famed Los Angeles-area club The Troubadour on November 24 to help raise money for the Rock School Scholarship Fund. The singer-songwriter will be on hand to play a few songs with students from two local School of Rock facilities.
The Rock School Scholarship Fund is a nonprofit initiative that provides instruments and financial support for scholarships that help young people interested in attending rock-themed music schools around the U.S. Tickets for the concert go on sale this Saturday at 10 a.m. PT and can be purchased at Troubadour.com. The tickets are priced at $60 for general admission and $120 for VIP passes.
"Jackson Browne is an inspiration to the students," says fund co-founder Wendy Winks. "We are honored to have his support for this benefit concert."
Adds her fellow co-founder, Carl Restivo, "The students from the School of Rock are excited beyond belief! The show will include some of Jackson Browne's greatest hits and a few surprise numbers as well."
The concert will begin at 7 p.m. PT. The Troubadour is located in West Hollywood, California. To find out more about the Rock School Scholarship Fund, visit RockSchoolFund.org.
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