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SEPTEMBER 2017 EDA INCLUSIVE! Hollywood Bowl Memoirs
Hello lovelies, I recently got to do a performance at the Hollywood Bowl. I was really excited as I... Read More
For this month's EDA Inclusive I decided to share some photos taken many years ago at... Read More
JULY 2017 EDA INCLUSIVE! Greetings From Lake Las Vegas!
Hello all! I have been having a great time here in Lake Las Vegas. I am typically in Colorado for the summer, so I was... Read More
May 2017 EDA Inclusive!
Hello ladies and gentlemen! In this month's EDA Inclusive blog, I'd like to share my passion for nutrition and it's healing potential... Read More
April 2017 EDA Inclusive!
For this month's EDA Inclusive I chose a show at Puyallup, WA, on September 23, 2000. This was the last gig ever with the Spirit tour band... Read More
March 2017 EDA INCLUSIVE: So Long, Victoria! Hello Australia!
Hello my lovelies, I wanted to catch you up on my adventures of late... Read More
JANUARY 2017 EDA Inclusive - Life Imitating Art Imitating Life
Hello and Happy New Year! I have been having fun with my family in Telluride and enjoying some down time. As for so many, I find myself reflecting back over not only the year, but quite often I find myself studying the larger circles on my tree of life... Read More
DECEMBER 2016 EDA Inclusive
For this month's EDA Inclusive I dug deep into my own stash of personal snapshots and came up with a roll of 35mm b&w film that I have never closely examined before. Read More
I wanted to share a few things with you. One is a cool new announcement - I am building a new web site to compliment my book. Read More
What people are saying about Never Broken
“From the very beginning of her recording career, Jewel’s lyrics reflected the America she lived in with her conversational poetic touch. My friend Ben Keith brought her to my ranch to record, collecting our favorite musicians together for her early songs. The result, the enduring Pieces of You, was a great record. Jewel’s lyrics resonated with the times. In this, her first memoir, she has a lot to reflect on, and the touch to tell her story well.” —Neil Young Read More