Belle Jewel

Belle JewelBelle Jewel, a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, is a gifted singer/songwriter from Arizona who has loved performing for as long as she can remember. She recently moved to Provo, Utah, and is anxious to share her unique sound and love of music with all of her listeners.

She is managed by Shari Lyon, and her genre of music includes Alternative and Indie Vintage. ReverbNation.com describes her voice as compared to other impressive female voices of her generation such as Ingrid Michaelson, Norah Jones, Sara Bareilles, Birdy, and Adele. Court Mann of the Daily Herald further comments that her voice is “sweet and tender, but also a bit guarded and occasionally gravelly.” And Creative Edge Music.com notes that Belle’s voice is “a very soothing and intentional vocal, [and] her music carries effortlessly from one measure to the next.”

According to Belle’s Facebook page info section, she also favors artists such as Regina Spector, A Fine Frenzy, and Sea of Bees. She aims to create songs with good messages and values that will both uplift and inspire those who listen to her music. She joined YouTube on 8 July 2010, and as of late May 2018, her YouTube channel has garnered more than 4,000 subscribers and more than 275,000 views. Her latest music video, an original song called “River” was published on 5 January 2017. In 2016, the song was featured on the soundtrack of the movie “Once I Was A Beehive.”

The writer of the 17 September 2014 Creative Edge Music.com article further commented:

Her remake of Nat King Cole’s L-O-V-E is really special, too, as it gels the old time feel and originality of the song with a refreshing modern voice.  There is a simplicity to her style in this particular track that really grabbed me; a playfulness, even, which is well tempered against the music.  Belle’s level of control is impressive for a teenager, too, and hence the only complaint I can find is that she does not have more music available for us to enjoy.  Keep up the good work!

Belle JewelIn the article, Belle was asked about what originally got her interested in music. She responded that she has always admired music and that it has been a huge part of her life, but it wasn’t until March 2013 that she made the decision to pursue music as a professional career. She further commented that if she were to choose one of her songs as her favorite it would be a cover of “White Winter Hymnal” by Fleet Foxes. She said, “This song was one that really came easy to me, and I loved every second of writing the backing track and recording the vocals. I was so happy with the outcome and it was such a satisfying experience for me.”

Belle has had the honor and privilege of sharing the stage with Alex Boyé, and The Strike at the Stadium of Fire final four concert. She has also performed at Utah’s County Explosion. 

Belle Jewel’s new album, “End Of An Era” is set to release on 1 June 2018.

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