Rolling Stone - Watch Joel Rafael's Poignant 'When I Go' Video

Hear a new song from the voice that Jackson Browne describes as "a conductor for the human emotions that connect us all"

 
Joel Rafael has had a long life in music: After learning chords on a cheap guitar purchased in Tijuana, the singer-songwriter engrossed himself in the nascent California folk scene, spending the Seventies avoiding military service as he traveled up and down the West Coast. In 1981, he released his first album, and in the 1990s he released two more with the Joel Rafael Band. These caught the attention of Jackson Browne, who signed the group to his Inside Recordings, where it released one more LP - 2000's Hopper - before parting ways....