Jewel plans solo acoustic tour
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Jewel plans solo acoustic tour

Wednesday, November 5, 2008 – Jewel will go on the road in January 2009 for a solo acoustic headlining tour. The three-time Grammy nominee recently released her first country album and seventh career album, "Perfectly Clear," in June. She also toured with Brad Paisley, a judging seat on NBC's "Nashville Star" and was married to rodeo superstar Ty Murray.

"I really enjoy performing acoustically and have been looking forward to doing these shows," said Jewel. "It gives me the chance to tell the stories behind my songs and connect with the fans in an intimate setting."

Tour dates are:
Jan. 23 Windsor, ON Casino Windsor
Jan. 24 Mt. Pleasant, MI Soaring Eagle
Jan. 25 Merrillville, IN Star Plaza
Jan. 27 Prior Lake, MN Mystic Lake
Jan. 28 Kansas City, MO Midland Theater
Jan. 29 Tulsa, OK Osage Casino
Jan. 30 Norman, OK Riverwind
Jan. 31 Thackerville, OK Winstar Casino
Feb. 3 Montclair, NJ Wellmont Theatre
Feb. 4 Lancaster, PA American Music Theatre
Feb. 5 Verona, NY Turning Stone Casino
Feb. 6 Mashantucket, CT Foxwoods
Feb. 7 Atlantic City, NJ Borgata Music Box
Feb. 8 Bridgeport, CT The Klein


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CD review - Picking Up the Pieces "The worst crime a person can commit is to be boring," sings Jewel in "Plain Jane," a track on "Picking Up the Pieces," her 12th album. Thanks to her origin story, no jury could ever convict her of such an atrocity. In her childhood, Jewel Kilcher's father brought her with him to perform in bars. By 15, she was living on her own in a cabin and riding a horse to multiple jobs. A year later, she busked her way across the country, into Mexico and back as she wrote ...
CD review - Sweet and Wild Jewel's latest offering sounds pretty good (it comes with both acoustic and electric versions), but it's certainly more pop than country - most of the songs are fast-paced, and there's nary a dulcimer, fiddle or steel guitar to be found. But that fact notwithstanding, there are still a couple of tear-jerker songs here that would make even Hank Williams himself cry. Take, for example, the deeply melancholy Bad As It Gets, the enigmatic and powerful Fading or What You Are, a song ...
CD review - Perfectly Clear The charge of opportunism could be laid at Jewel's door. "Perfectly Clear" comes after the disappointing sales of her previous CD, "Goodbye Alice in Wonderland" (her first album not to go gold.) And she's flirted with different genres in the past, as on the "modern big band" sound of "0304." On the other hand, it may be that Jewel's always been at least - like another famous Utah-born singer - a little bit country. And it may not matter ...


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