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With six critically-acclaimed albums selling more the 25 million copies to date, Jewel continues to thrill fans and concert-goers with her ever-evolving repertoire that encompasses an eclectic variety of genres including: folk, pop, rock, country, blues and jazz. Her latest masterpiece, Goodbye Alice in Wonderland, is hailed as her most introspective work to date – chronicling her childhood in the Alaskan wilderness through the ups and downs of pop stardom. Jewel’s talent has often been compared to the likes of Bob Dylan, Neil Young and Joni Mitchell.

Jewel’s success started in San Diego where, while living in a van, she attracted a loyal following playing in a local coffeehouse. It wasn’t long before A&R executives started pouring into the java joint and, at nearly 19 years old, Jewel was signed to Atlantic Records. Her February 1995 debut Pieces of You was a heartfelt, introspective look at the artist’s upbringing and life on the road. Jewel’s first single “Who Will Save Your Soul” was a smash hit. The following releases “You Were Meant for Me” and “Foolish Games” sent the album to multi-platinum status seemingly overnight. Pieces of You went on to sell a staggering 11 million copies worldwide.

Jewel’s 1998 sophomore release, Spirit, continued to build her reputation and fan base. As a collection of inspirational ballads, it gave listeners a deeper look at the young woman they had grown to love in the previous album. A year later she released Joy: A Holiday Collection, which included Christmas favorites and traditional spirituals. Joy was followed in Fall 2001 by the best-selling album This Way. In June 2003, 0304 debuted at #2 on the “Billboard 200” chart, making it the highest-debuting and highest-charting album of her career. Reinventing herself for this album, Jewel stirred dance beats and synthesizers into the mix, which yielded the hit single “Intuition.”

Jewel has received many accolades in her 11-year tenure, including three Grammy Award nominations, an American Music Award and an MTV Video Music Award. In 1999 she was presented the prestigious Governor’s Award from the Los Angeles chapter of the Recording Academy (NARAS), recognizing those “whose creative talents and accomplishments have crossed all musical boundaries and have been recognized as an asset to our music community.”

When not performing, Jewel spends much of her time with philanthropic endeavors through her charitable foundation, Higher Ground for Humanity. The foundation assists thousands of people, mainly through the support of the ClearWater Project, in which teams of scientists and engineers bring safe drinking water to impoverished areas of Mexico, Africa, India and Tibet. Jewel also created Soul City Café to showcase the talents of emerging artists in a variety of media. Several Soul City artists joined Jewel on her 2002 tour.


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