|Jewel, Alison Krauss & Dan Tyminski, Tony Lane, Tony Lucca, and Josh Kear|| 3rd & Lindsley
|Jewel, Alison Krauss, Dan Tyminski, Tony Lane, Tony Lucca & Josh Kear|| 3rd & Lindsley
Details of Jewel and the Ticket Luck value
Jewel is a famous American singer and songwriter from Homer in Alaska who has been active in the world of music since 1993. Since then, millions of copies of her albums have been sold, with many millions more fans fathering to her fold, enchanted by her magical music. She is known for sensational pop music, often with rock, country and folk undertones. She is also a musician who plays the guitar, often with the autoharp. She has released music via labels such as Atlantic Records and Valory Records. Those fond of her music can catch her live via Jewel tickets, playing her Taylor 912-C guitar.
Jewel’s albums have sold over twenty seven million copies to date, winning many awards in the process including four Grammy Award nominations. Her debut album, 1995’s Pieces of You, is ranked as one of the Best Selling Debut Albums of All Time, which went fifteen times platinum, a world record. Four of its songs ranked in the top ten of the Billboard Hot 100, including Who Will Save Your Soul, You Were Meant For Me and Foolish Games. She has also released albums in various genres, including a chart topping country music album which ranked at the top of the Billboard Top Country Albums chart and an indie album.
Jewel is also renowned as an actress, a producer, a host and a judge on reality TV. She has hosted and judged Platinum Hit, a reality TV series on songwriting that airs on the Bravo network. She was born in Payson, Utah, growing up in Homer, Alaska in a home without indoor plumbing in the frozen lands of Alaska. She started singing at a young age, at local taverns and bars, going on to learn how to play the guitar at the Interlochen Arts Academy located in the city of Interlochen in Michigan. She also learned how to sing in an operatic voice here.
At the age of sixteen, Jewel began writing songs as well as performing at various Michigan venues. She began travelling all over the US in her van, performing small gigs and performing on streets. She attracted the notice of John Hogan, lead singer of San Diego band Rust, who inform Inga Vainshtein who went on to contact Danny Goldberg, an Atlantic Records executive. She was signed onto Atlantic Records and appeared on the cover of Time magazine, the first ever appearance for an Atlantic Records artist.
Jewel’s first album was released when she was twenty one years old, recorded at Neil Young’s ranch with his band, The Stray Gators. After its release, it stayed on the Billboard 200 for two long years and went on to sell over twelve million copies. She went on to become a household name, performing at the Super Bowl, NBA Finals and other famous events. Her second album, Spirit, released in 1998, sold over million copies and ranked third on the Billboard 200 chart. Her 1999 album, Joy: A Holiday Collection, sold more than one million copies.
Her 2001 album, This Way, not only peaked at the top of the Billboard 200 charts but also sold more than one and a half million copies. Her 2003 album, similarly, spawned a number five Billboard hit and her sixth album, released in 2006, not only sold eighty thousand copies in its first week of release but also spawned several chart topping hits. In short, this twenty seven million plus album selling artist is one to catch live in concert with superb Jewel tickets.