Collarbone, Not Spirit, Broken As Jewel Resumes Tour Early

By | May 8, 2002 at 12:00 AM

Her collarbone may be broken, but her spirit seems barely bruised, given Jewel’s plans to resume touring earlier than expected. She’ll return to the stage Monday for shows that looked as though they wouldn’t happen after she fell from a horse on April 24, according to an Atlantic Records spokesperson. Doctors had suggested she not perform for at least a month.

The singer’s first day back in the saddle, so to speak, will be May 13 in Stuttgart, Germany. Although she’s capable of singing, she won’t be able to play guitar.

Only two dates of her European tour – May 10 in Cortemaggiore, Italy, and May 11 in Zurich, Switzerland – were cancelled as a result of the broken collarbone and rib she suffered in the accident, which occurred at her boyfriend’s Texas ranch.

Immediately after the accident Jewel withdrew from an April 27 festival in Irvine, California, where she was to share the stage with Sheryl Crow, Ryan Adams and the Goo Goo Dolls.

Her transatlantic adventure, supporting her latest album, This Way, wraps up May 31. Two weeks later she’ll embark on a three-month North American tour, to which several dates have been added.

Jewel’s North American Tour Dates, According To Atlantic Records:

  • 6/14 – Tampa, FL – Tampa Bay Performing Arts Center
  • 6/15 – Fort Lauderdale, FL – Broward Center
  • 6/16 – Orlando, FL – Hard Rock Live
  • 6/17 – Atlanta, GA – Chastain Park Amphitheatre
  • 6/19 – Vienna, VA – Wolf Trap Filene Center
  • 6/21 – Holmdel, NJ – PNC Bank Arts Center
  • 6/22 – Wantagh, NY – Jones Beach Amphitheater
  • 6/23 – Boston, MA – FleetBoston Pavilion
  • 6/25 – Wallingford, CT – Careerbuilder.com Oakdale Theatre
  • 6/26 – Upper Darby, PA – Tower Theatre
  • 6/28 – Toronto, ON – Massey Hall
  • 6/29 – Pittsburgh, PA – Amphitheatre at Station Square
  • 6/30 – Columbus, OH – PromoWest Pavilion
  • 7/2 – Milwaukee, WI – Summerfest
  • 7/3 – Rochester Hills, MI – MeadowBrook Music Festival
  • 7/5 – Interlochen, MI – Kresge Auditorium
  • 7/6 – Toledo, OH – Zoo Amphitheatre
  • 7/7 – Cleveland, OH – Nautica Stage
  • 7/13 – Minneapolis, MN – Northrop Auditorium
  • 7/14 – Chicago, IL – Chicago Theatr
  • 7/17 – Morrison, CO – Red Rocks Amphitheatre
  • 7/19 – Grand Prairie, TX – Next Stage at Grand Prairie
  • 7/20 – Houston, TX – Verizon Wireless Theater
  • 7/21 – Austin, TX – The Backyard
  • 7/23 – Phoenix, AZ – Dodge Theatre
  • 7/24 – Las Vegas, NV – Hard Rock Hotel
  • 7/26 – Los Angeles, CA – Greek Theatre
  • 7/27 – Santa Barbara, CA – Santa Barbara Bowl
  • 7/28 – San Diego, CA – SDSU Open Air Theatre
  • 8/16 – Duluth, MN – Duluth Entertainment Convention Center
  • 8/18 – Sioux City, IA – Orpheum Theatre
  • 8/19 – Des Moines, IA – Civic Center of Greater Des Moines
  • 8/22 – Billings, MT – Shrine Auditorium
  • 8/23 – Missoula, MT – Caras Park Pavilion
  • 8/26 – Boise, ID – Sandy Point Beach
  • 8/29 – Spokane, WA – Spokane Opera House
  • 8/30 – Jacksonville, OR – Britt Festivals – Britt Pavilion
  • 8/31 – Portland, OR – Arlene Schnitzer Hall
  • 9/1 – Vancouver, BC – Queen Elizabeth Theatre
  • 9/2 – Seattle, WA – Bumbershoot Festival
  • 9/6 – Lake Tahoe, NV – Caesar’s Tahoe
  • 9/7 – Lake Tahoe, NV – Caesar’s Tahoe
  • 9/8 – Jacksonville, OR – Britt Pavilion
  • 9/9 – Livermore, CA – Wente Concerts at the Vineyard
  • 9/11 – Saratoga, CA – Historic Mountain Winery
  • 9/12 – Saratoga, CA – Historic Mountain Winery
  • 9/13 – Saratoga, CA – Historic Mountain Winery
  • 9/14 – Lancaster, CA – Performing Arts Center
  • 9/15 – San Luis Obispo, CA – Christopher Cohan Center
  • 9/17 – Santa Rosa, CA – Luther Burbank Center
  • 9/18 – Santa Rosa, CA – Luther Burbank Center
  • 9/19 – Santa Rosa, CA – Luther Burbank Center

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