December 7, 2022

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Jewel takes us inside Freewheelin’ Girl, an album she calls “probably the most intense artistic course of I’ve ever been by means of,” on a brand new episode of the Kyle Meredith With… podcast.

The eclectic artist talks about how she “catches a sense” when songwriting, writing with “You Have been Meant for Me” co-songwriter Steve Poltz once more, and her altering sounds. Jewel additionally tells us about having Darius Rucker and Practice’s Pat Monahan on the album, being impressed by Tori Amos, and that she made a people album throughout the pandemic that may very well be launched subsequent.

Elsewhere, she discusses her cowl of Maggie Rogers’ “Alaska,” in addition to her profound psychological well being activism by means of her By no means Damaged program.

Hearken to Jewel talk about Freewheelin’ Girl and extra above or by way of the YouTube participant beneath. After that, don’t overlook to love and subscribe to Kyle Meredith With… wherever you get your podcasts, and you may also observe the Consequence Podcast Community for updates on all our exhibits.

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