Photo by Forrest L. Smith, III
|Birth name||Eilen Jewell|
April 6, 1979 |
Boise, Idaho, United States
|Origin||Boise, ID, USA|
|Associated acts||The Sacred Shakers|
|Website||Eilen Jewell Official Site|
Early life and education
Jewell began her musical career when she began busking on the streets of Sante Fe while attending college. She then moved to Los Angeles and performed on the streets of Venice Beach. Jewell moved to Massachusetts and began performing at local music clubs. 
In December 2005, Jewell recorded a "live demo" album called Nowhere in Time and later recorded the album Boundary County with Jason Beek on percussion, Daniel Kellar on violin, Jerry Glenn Miller on guitars and Johnny Sciascia on upright bass.
- Boundary County (2005)
- Letters From Sinners & Strangers (2007)
- Heartache Boulevard (2007) EP
- The Sacred Shakers (side project) (2008)
- Sea of Tears (2009)
- Butcher Holler: A Tribute To Loretta Lynn (2010)
- Queen of the Minor Key (June 2011)
Notes and references
- Amy Atkins (August 29, 2007). "Wide Open Spaces". Boise Weekly. Retrieved 22 August 2011.
-  Jacksonville.com, Music Notes: Eilen Jewell, Roger Bull, May 8, 2009, Retrieved July 2011
-  Acoustic Music, album review, Retrieved July 2011
- Lankford, Ronnie D. Boundary County at AllMusic
- NPR, Sept 3 2007, Eilen Jewell: Songs from 'Sinners and Strangers', David Dye, Retrieved July 2011
-  RTR Community Radio Station, album review, Retrieved July 2011
- Munro, Stuart (April 27, 2009). "Eilen Jewell, 'Sea of Tears'". The Boston Globe.
- The Sydney Morning Herald (Australia), May 9–10, 2009.[verification needed]
-  USA Today, New Podcast, July 29, 2011, Retrieved July 2011
- Östnäs, Magnus. "Folkscenens nya stjärna i Uppsala". Uppsala Nya Tidning. Retrieved 29 October 2013.
-  NPR,Eilen Jewell: Songs from Sinners and Strangers, David Dye, Sept 2 2007, Retrieved July 2007