Preview Jewel’s New Album “Picking Up the Pieces” Now!

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Jewel’s new album Picking Up the Pieces will be released this Friday, September 11th, under Sugar Hill Records. The fourteen-track album was described by the acclaimed singer as:

Just me. These are my thoughts. These are my feelings. This is my poetry. It really felt like returning to a part of me that I didn’t mean to lose, but with time and relationships and life and surviving and dealing, you take on new things and not all of them are great.

Fans of the poetic and poignant singer-songwriter do not have to wait until Friday, however, to listen to the offering. Instead, fans can visit Pandora now and sneak preview the album that Entertainment Weekly called “remarkably raw” and “bracingly honest.”

Click here to listen to Picking Up the Pieces now and leave us a comment to let us know what you think of Jewel’s latest project.

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This Post Has 2 Comments

  1. jodyjdc@aol.com'

    Too many dark and dreary songs. A couple of decent ballads and one or two upbeat songs. Not what I expected. Disappointing.

  2. sara.drew@gmail.com'

    @jody it’s been a very very difficult time in her life. she’s heartbroken. this is her outlet.

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