Melissa Etheridge & Jewel at Marymoor Amphitheater

Melissa Etheridge & Jewel Tickets

Marymoor Park | Redmond, Washington

Melissa Etheridge & Jewel

Get your snazziest cowboy hat ready for summer's most electrifying co-headlining tour. Melissa Etheridge and Jewel are joining forces in a concert tour that will intensify your love for folk-country tunes. Grammy award-winning Melissa Ethridge's songs like "I'm the Only One" and "Come to My Window" are guaranteed to make you sing along this July 17 as she hits the Marymoor Amphitheater. Her distinctive sound—a fusion of country rock, folk, and blues—has always set her apart, and listening to her music will fulfill your need for genuine, emotionally engaging music. Jewel, on the other hand, will evoke sentimental reminiscence as she brings her mesmerizing melodies and evocative storytelling to the stage. Playing songs like "You Were Meant for Me," "Foolish Games," and songs from her latest album, "Freewheelin' Woman," Jewel's set is sure to take the audience on a roller coaster of emotions. In addition to reliving the glory days of the '90s, this co-headlining tour will showcase the recent innovative works of these musicians. If all these sound exciting, you should get your tickets quickly because they're selling out fast. Hit the "Get Tickets" link to secure yours now!

From July through October, several venues in the country will be graced with the music of '90s sensations Melissa Etheridge and Jewel. The two multi-awarded artists are joining forces to give their loyal fans one of the most memorable concert experiences. This is a co-headlining tour we did not see coming. However, we are not complaining. After all, it is not every day that we witness two prominent artists collaborating on a tour. Melissa Etheridge and Jewel are household names, especially for 90s fans who have grown up loving both of their music.

Melissa Etheridge has been making waves in the music industry since the late 1980s. With her brand of music that blends country rock, folk, blues, and other genres, she has captivated the world with her music. Songs like "Come to My Window," "Bring Me Some Water," "I'm the Only One," and "Like the Way I Do," among many others, have catapulted her to the ranks of one of the most sought-after women musicians. She has sold over 25 million albums worldwide and received several awards and nominations, including 15 Grammy nominations with two "Best Rock Vocal Performance" wins.

Her latest album, "One Way Out," released in 2021, leaned towards her rock roots. The nine-track album is a means for Etheridge to reconnect with many of the musicians who backed her when she first started. She brought her old band back together, with drummer Fritz Lewak and bassist Kevin McCormick— almost serving as a reunion for them. Although the album did not blow up compared to her previous ones, it is still one of Etheridge's most compelling albums to date. The songs "One Way Out," "I'm No Angel Myself," and "Wild Wild Wild" are some of the fan favorites that you will hear her perform this July 17 at the Marymoor Amphitheater in Redmond, Washington.

Etheridge will be joined by the Grammy-nominated artist Jewel. Like Etheridge, Jewel has been one of the icons in the 90s folk and country scene. She has sold over 30 million records worldwide and was nominated for several awards in some of the most reputable award-giving bodies, including Grammy's, Billboard Music Awards, and Country Music Awards, wherein she won 8 times. Currently, the 49-year-old singer is dating the "Yellowstone" actor Kevin Costner. Her latest album, entitled "Freewheelin' Woman," which was released in 2022, was a relatively successful project. It reached the charts in both the UK and the US.

With Jewel's participation in this summer tour, fans can expect that this concert will be one for the books. Get your hands on tickets to the folksy duo's live performance on July 17 at the Marymoor Amphitheater. Tickets are now on sale, and you can purchase yours here by hitting the "Get Tickets" link.

Melissa Etheridge & Jewel at Marymoor Park

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