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Stevie Jewel - 'I Told You So'

The Canadian country-crossover singer-songwriter has Taylor Swift’s knack for dissecting relationships and delivering a punchline that’s as sweet as a slice of pecan pie.

Stevie Jewel - 'I Told You So'

By David Farrell

Stevie Jewel – ‘I Told You So’ (Indie / Bella Records): The Nashville-based Canadian country-crossover singer has Taylor Swift’s knack for dissecting relationships and delivering a punchline that’s as sweet as a slice of pecan pie–but this latest angel-voiced admonishment takes the cake.


The latest single is the lead track from her forthcoming Phoenix EP with proceeds from the song to be donated to the Canadian Women’s Foundation. No show dates listed.

Management: Cheryl Wilson, Crown – management@steviejewel.com

Bookings: Charlie Jacklin, JMA Talent – charlie@jmatatalent.com

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Allison Russell at an interview with iHeartRadio for Billboard Canada Women in Music on June 19, 2024
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Allison Russell at an interview with iHeartRadio for Billboard Canada Women in Music on June 19, 2024

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Allison Russell, Charlotte Cardin, DijahSB Shortlisted for 2024 Polaris Music Prize

The Beaches, rapper TOBi, indie experimentalist Cindy Lee, and previous winner Jeremy Dutcher are also amongst the ten artists in contention for the $50,000 prize, which recognizes the best Canadian album of the year based solely on artistic merit. See the whole list here.

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