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He attended Sunny Hills High School in Fullerton, California, graduating in 1966.
After graduating in 1966, Browne joined the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band, performing at the Golden Bear (Huntington Beach, California) where they opened for The Lovin' Spoonful.
He also spent a short time in his friend Pamela Polland's band, Gentle Soul.
The upbeat "Take It Easy", cowritten with Eagles' Glenn Frey, had already been a major success for that group, while his own recording of "These Days" reflected a sound representing Browne's angst.
Late for the Sky (1974) consolidated Browne's fan base, and the album peaked at #14 on the Billboard album chart, the 84th-best-selling album of 1974.
When touring in 1975, Browne was accompanied by his wife Phyllis and one-year-old son Ethan.
Browne also added keyboardist Wayne Cook to the tour. Browne's character was even more apparent in his next album, The Pretender.