Exclusive: Jewel Premieres 'Two Hearts Breaking'
By CONCETTA DELUCO
March 26, 2013
After a successful career as a TV personality, sometimes actress and writer, Jewel finally returns to her singing roots. Fans of the country-pop folk superstar need no longer wait with bated breath for her next music video. Two Hearts Breaking, a new single off of her Greatest Hits album makes its exclusive debut here.
The tender ballad about a once great love is made only sweeter by Jewel's stunning vocals. With only her guitar to keep her company, the video features an isolated Jewel belting her heart out about a love that used to be but exists no more.
With a 20 year career, more than 27 million albums sold and 4 Grammy nominations under her belt, Jewel came back for more with her first ever career spanning collection which hit stores on February 5th. Two Hearts Breaking is the only new single off the album. The collection also features remakes of two of her greatest hits, Foolish Games and You Were Meant For Me with guest vocalists Kelly Clarkson and Pistol Annies, consecutively.
Both Foolish Games and You Were Meant For Me, are singles off Jewel's 1995 debut album Pieces of You, when she hit the music scene at the ripe young age of 19. Along with Who Will Save Your Soul these two songs went on to sell more than 12 million copies in the US alone.
Jewel is not only an accomplished singer-songwriter-poet, she has been featured as a host for several singing competition shows including Bravo's Platinum Hit, judged on Nashville Star, and made several acting appearances.
Jewel's Greatest Hits album, released February 5, also features Hands, Somewhere Over the Rainbow, Satisfied, Down So Long, Intuition, and Standing Still to name a few.
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