Show Announcements: Jackson Browne, Maxwell, Jill Scott And More

The line that connects dots as seemingly disparate as Nico, The Eagles and Spiccoli makes its way to Grand Prairie this summer as singer-songwriter and Rock and Roll Hall of Famer Jackson Browne makes a North Texas stop on his world tour with collaborator David Lindley.

Browne and Lindley perform in support of their 2-CD joint live album Love Is Strange at Nokia Theatre Friday, August 13. Tickets ($40.50 to $70.50 plus service charges) go on sale at 10 a.m. Friday, March 26 through TicketMaster.

What do those two have in common with R&B/neo-soul superstars Maxwell and Jill Scott? Not much, except that they share a TicketMaster on-sale date and time for their performance at the American Airlines Center on Tuesday, June 8. Tickets for that show range from $47 to $150.

After the jump, more show announcements.

American Airlines Center
Tuesday, June 8 -- Maxwell, Jill Scott

Aura Lounge
Wednesday, March 24 -- Nick Cannon DJ set

CorinthPark (
1837 Corinth St.)
Saturday, April 27 -- Damaged Good$, Gallerycat, TyCity, ADdplus, Rob Viktum, more

Glass Cactus
Saturday, April 17 -- Loverboy, Suede

The Granada Theater

Friday, April 23 -- 7 Walkers

The Loft
Friday, May 21 -- Brokencyde, Jeffree Star

Nokia Theatre, Grand Prairie
Friday, August 13 -- Jackson Browne, David Lindley
Friday, September 5 -- Paramore, Tegan & Sara, more

Palladium Ballroom
Wednesday, May 19 -- Drake
Saturday, July 24 -- The New Pornographers, The Dodos, Imaad Wasif (in Palladium Showroom)

Tuesday, April 20 -- Todd Rundgren
Friday, May 21 -- Vanilla Ice
Saturday, May 22 -- Converge, Coalesce, Gaza, Lewd Acts, Black Breath
Sunday, May 23 -- The Glitch Mob
Saturday, May 29 -- Brutal Juice
Sunday, May 30 -- Sigue Sigue Sputnik

Wish Ultralounge
Friday, March 26 -- Joe Vega, Billy The Kidd
Saturday, March 27 -- DJ Baby Chino ("World's Youngest DJ")

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Jesse Hughey
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