The singer-songwriter just kicked off her "Handmade Holiday" Tour.
This week I talked with filmmaker C. Fitz and LGBTQ pioneer Jewel Thais-Williams about their documentary . The film tells
Meanwhile, comedian and film star David Spade, a roast master virgin, does a fine job this round. And the dias? Well, it's
T Bone Burnett headlined The Jazz Foundation of America's 25t Annual Loft Party and the forever-energetic Keith Richards brings the house down at "A Great Night In Harlem" at the Apollo -- honoring Sonny Rollins.
Twenty years later, a lot has changed for the nine million Americans like my brother who are living with serious brain health challenges, but not nearly enough.
Still sensitive, less sentimental, Jewel revisits the vulnerable folk hits that made her popular 20 years ago.
The four-time Grammy nominee has sold more than 30 million albums worldwide throughout her notable career. Her new musical project, titled Picking Up the Pieces, harkens back to the folk roots of her breakthrough 1995 debut album, Pieces of You.
The singer-songwriter shares how she casts away the "gremlin voices" and finds peace.