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Jewel was born on May 23, 1974 to Atz Kilcher and Lenedra Carroll in Payson, Utah, but the family soon moved to Anchorage, Alaska. Jewel's name stems from Lenedra, whose middle name is Jewel, and from her Grandfather, Yule (spelled Juel in his homeland), a Swiss native who settled in Homer, Alaska in 1940.

Jewel first discovered her singing and writing gifts at home, where Lenedra involved Jewel and her two brothers, Shane and Atz Lee, in creativity workshops, where they enjoyed writing poems, singing and creating arts-and-crafts projects. She also taught them a reverence for the natural world and the wisdom of indigenous people. Lenedra sang with her children often, too. One of Jewel's favorites was the melody, This Little Bird, which she & her mother sing on Jewel's Spirit CD.
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By age six, Jewel began performing with her parents for Anchorage's locals and tourists. She also started to master one of her specialties, yodeling, with her father's help. During their family dinner show, the Kilchers sang, presented skits and showed a documentary of the Kilcher's pioneering home life that Yule had created in the 1950s.

When the Kilchers divorced two years later, Jewel and her two brothers went with Atz to live on the Kilcher family's 800-acre homestead in Homer. Jewel found solace in writing, and her early journal reflects the hurt and uncertainty she felt during this time.
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