Alanis, Jewel, Live Pass Along Thoughts And Well Wishes Regarding Terrorist Attack

By | September 14, 2001 at 12:00 AM

Alanis Morissette was scheduled to appear Wednesday (September 12) in Washington D.C. to present testimony from the artists’ point of view in regards to the future of music and intellectual property at the Kennedy Center. Due to the terrorist attack, the hearing was postponed.

Morissette put out a statement via her website: “Alanis sends her love to everyone and would like to express her deepest sympathy to those who have lost loved ones and friends…Peace and love, you are not alone.”

Jewel was in New York City briefly and passed along the message, “We are safe and not there…Pray for the families of the thousands of victims, and if you are able to do so, please donate blood locally to help with the shortage.”

Live shared through its website that the band “would like to express our concern and sympathy for anyone who was involved in any extent in [Tuesdays] tragedies in New York, Washington, D.C., and other areas. We will keep all involved in our thoughts today and in the upcoming days.”

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