Listen up, men. There's nothing more attractive than a beautiful blond woman who can yodel. Yes, yodel. And that's just one of the many talents three-time Grammy-nominated singer and songwriter Jewel has to offer. Originally born in Alaska, Jewel Kilcher is the granddaughter of an aspiring opera singer and has conquered everything from homelessness to horses. She's written poetry and painted her own pictures. She sang at the Vatican for Pope John Paul II and with legendary artist BB King. She's been making music for more than a decade. From her debut album, Pieces of You, to her latest work, Lullaby, Jewel's soulful voice and poetic lyrics have every man and woman, for that matter, shouting for more. After all, it's hard to deny classics like "Who Will Save Your Soul?" and "You Were Meant For Me." Join her live, along with Holly Williams, for an acoustic performance at Bass Performance Hall, Fourth and Calhoun streets in Fort Worth, 7:30 p.m. Sunday. Tickets are $30 to $58. For more information, visit basshall.com.
Sun., Nov. 15, 7:30 p.m., 2009