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Jewel's new album revisits her folk roots and embraces both pop and country.
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July 2, 2010 In the 1990s, the singer-songwriter's debut album helped usher in a new wave of female musicians and established her as a folk powerhouse. Over the next decade, Jewel's repertoire expanded to include pop and country music. Her latest album, Sweet and Wild, holds true to her newer sound but revisits her folk roots with a bonus disc of acoustic versions.
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June 2, 2003 On Tuesday, singer-songwriter Jewel will release her latest album, 0304. If you've turned on MTV any time in the past month, you've already had a taste of the first single. The electronic dance song "Intuition" bears little resemblance to Jewel's big acoustic hits like "Who Will Save Your Soul." How did Jewel get from point A, folksy singer-songwriter, to Point B, dance-pop diva? Commentator Erika Dalya has an answer.
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July 1, 2002 Jewel has been performing before live audiences since she was a little girl growing up in Alaska. So it's no surprise the singer/songwriter is more comfortable on stage than in the recording studio. On Morning Edition, Host Bob Edwards' interviews Jewel.
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