"I believe in reincarnation... I don't have any strict belief system... I believe in charm... I believe in magic... I believe in hope..." "Do you believe in women in government?" "I believe in everything, I'm not particularly a feminist... I consider myself a humanist. I don't like drawing the lines between us anymore. I recognize its value in history and I'm very thankful for it, but I'm also tired of being angry. I'm tired of separating us anymore. There's all thought possible, there's all realities possible and I don't find one inconsistent or one that can't work with another."

"I love life and I love that about people... I adore the human experience, I really adore the darknesses... I love the contradictions of people... I don't mind being sexy and girlish and womanly, and all those things at the same time... smart and very naive, you know those kinds of things, I like them about people... I like our rough edges."

-Jewel Kilcher

News - Page Nine

    RHCP pickAnother guest star sits in with Jewel in the studio. Flea from the Red Hot Chili Peppers was in the area for a few days and stepped in on bass on "Sometimes It Be That Way."

    The 1996 MTV Video Music Award nominations were announced on 7/30. Jewel's WWSYS was up for two:

    "Best Female Video"
    Bjork (It's Oh So Quiet)
    Tracy Chapman (Give Me One Reason)
    Jewel (Who Will Save Your Soul)
    Alanis Morissette (Ironic)

    "Best New Artist In A Video"
    Tracy Bonham (Mother, Mother)
    Garbage (Stupid Girl)
    Jewel (Who Will Save Your Soul)
    Alanis Morissette (Ironic)

    There's a small blurb in Detail Magazine's September issue (Noah Wylie cover) on page 249 with a small reprint of the photo from TV Guide.

    My So-Called Life, Childhoods of the stars.
    This month: Jewel
    "I grew up in Alaska. I've been performing live since I was six years old, and in barrooms since I was eight. I was very driven. We toured Eskimo villages and I yodeled - it was just a novelty thing. People have always loved yodeling."

    Jewelstock was mentioned in Jewel's appearance on VH-1's "hello my name is..." feature at the top of the hour. It included a short interview and performance of YWMFM. Following the interview portion the VJ came on and talked about Jewelstock and how "she played for fans in upstate NY for about 2 1/2 hours with encores and signed autographs after the show for everyone. And fans got word about the event via her website."

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