Buddy Jewell

Buddy Jewell

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Infobox musical artist

Name = Buddy Jewell
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Background = solo_singer
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Born = birth date and age|1961|04|02
Origin = Lepanto, Arkansas, USA
Instrument = Vocals
Genre = Country
Occupation = Singer-songwriter
Years_active = 2001-present
Label = My Little Jewell
Associated_acts = Clint Black
Miranda Lambert
URL = [http://www.buddyjewell.com/ buddyjewell.com]

Buddy Jewell (born April 2, 1961 in Lepanto, Arkansas) is an American country music artist who was the first winner on the USA Network talent show "Nashville Star". Signed to Columbia Records in 2003, Jewell made his debut on the American country music scene with the release of his self-titled album, which produced back-to-back Top 5 singles in "Help Pour out the Rain (Lacey's Song)" and "Sweet Southern Comfort". Another album, "Times Like These", followed in 2005.


Born in Lepanto, Arkansas, Jewell was 41 when he won the "Nashville Star" country music singing contest in 2003. Prior to winning, he had released two albums independently. After winning the competition, he was signed to a recording contract with Columbia Records Nashville. His first album, "Buddy Jewell", debuted at #1 on the Top Country Albums charts, and earned him a gold record and two Top 5 singles on the "Billboard" country charts. His 2005 follow-up, "Times Like These", was less successful, and Jewell was released from his contract on 2005.

Jewell released another single, "This Ain't Mexico", in 2008. It was the first single for a forthcoming album, slated for release on his own My Little Jewell label.




*A^ Failed to chart.

External links

* [http://www.buddyjewell.com Official website]
*myspace|buddyjewell|Buddy Jewell

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