Jewel and Tori Kelly Team Up For a Show-Stopping Performance of “You Were Meant For Me”

As a part of ABC’s new show “Greatest Hits,” singer-songwriter Jewel and pop sensation Tori Kelly teamed up to give a beautiful, harmony-dense rendition of Jewel’s 1996 hit “You Were Meant For Me.” The dramatic song, which typically features Jewel’s solo vocals and simple acoustic guitar, was brought to new life when the 42-year-old talent … Read more

Jewel Like Never Before on “Jimmy Kimmel Live”

I was in middle school when Jewel‘s Pieces of You album came out and introduced my friends and I to feelings and emotions (in that order). “You Were Meant For Me” was always playing in my head as I crushed on this one guy in science class. “Foolish Games” was my theme song after three-way-calling the … Read more

Jewel Takes the Opry Stage for “My Father’s Daughter”

During a recent performance at the Grand Ole Opry Jewel got back to basics with just her acoustic guitar and voice for a performance of her song, “My Father’s Daughter.” Country music icon Dolly Parton sings the tune with Jewel on Jewel’s latest album, Picking Up The Pieces.  Time well spent last night at the @opry – love playing new … Read more

Jewel Performs a Backstreet Boys Classic

There was a time during my youth that you could not even mention the Backstreet Boys without young girls crying. During that same time period Jewel was also a household name. Jewel’s hits, “You Were Meant for Me” and “Foolish Games” were definitely staples with my junior high friends, but even those multi-platinum singles weren’t … Read more

ACM Red Carpet Style

Country music’s hottest stars hit the red carpet at the ACM’s in Las Vegas last night and they did it in style! Blake Shelton. We aren’t sure additional words are needed when it comes to his look. He’s rocking jeans, a dark jacket and vest combo that looks mighty fine to us! Pretty sure Carrie … Read more

Eight Country Singers Who Aren’t From the South

Despite the huge popularity of country in the South, it might come as a surprise to see that some of the most famous musicians in this genre are not from the southern states at all. Yep, this means they aren’t all from Kentucky, Tennessee, Texas, Georgia, Alabama, or Mississippi – though admittedly, most are! Some … Read more