Injured Jewel Determined To Tour Europe

Despite sustaining a broken collarbone, a broken rib, and bruises after being thrown from a colt, singer/songwriter Jewel plans to go ahead with her planned European tour.

Despite sustaining a broken collarbone, a broken rib, and bruises after being thrown from a colt, singer/songwriter Jewel plans to go ahead with her planned European tour. As previously reported, the artist was injured Wednesday while riding a horse at the Texas ranch of her boyfriend, rodeo star Ty Murray.

Jewel has canceled tomorrow's (April 27) appearance at the second annual Fan Nation concert in Irvine, Calif. The event will go on as planned with previously announced participants Sheryl Crow, the Goo Goo Dolls, Ryan Adams, John Mayer, and Five For Fighting.

According to Jewel's doctor, she should be able to sing within two weeks, but it will be four to six weeks before she can play guitar again. For the European tour, slated to kick off May 10 in Cortemaggiore, Italy, her guitar parts will be performed by a member of her band, according to a statement from her label, Atlantic Records.

If she heals as expected, Jewel should be able to resume playing guitar for her North American tour, which will get underway June 14 in Tampa, Fla., with labelmates M2M in tow. A full recovery is expected within 12 weeks, according to the label.

Jewel will be touring in support of her latest Atlantic album, "This Way." Released last December, the set debuted at No. 5 on Billboard's Top Internet Albums chart and No. 9 on The Billboard 200. The set has sold nearly 1.2 million copies in the U.S. to date, according to SoundScan.

The album's lead single, "Standing Still," reached nine of Billboard's charts, peaking at No. 3 on the Adult Top 40 chart, No. 19 on the Adult Contemporary chart, and No. 25 on the Hot 100. The album's second single will be the track "Break Me."

Here are Jewel's upcoming tour dates:

May 10: Cortemaggiore, Italy (Fillmore)
May 11: Zurich (Kongresshaus Zurich)
May 13: Stuttgart (Beethovensaal)
May 14: Frankfurt (Alte Oper)
May 15: Brussels (Ancienne Belgique)
May 17: Nurburgring, Germany (Rock Am Ring)
May 18: Nuremberg, Germany (Rock Im Park)
May 19: Landgraaf, Netherlands (Pinkpop Festival)
May 20: Paris (Olympia)
May 22: Madrid (La Riviera)
May 23: Barcelona (Apollo)
May 26: Portsmouth, England (Portsmouth Guildhall)
May 27-28: London (Royal Albert Hall)
May 29: Manchester, England (Apollo Manchester)
May 31: Birmingham, England (Symphony Hall)
June 14: Tampa, Fla. (Tampa Bay P.A.C.)
June 15: Fort Lauderdale, Fla. (Broward Center)
June 16: Orlando, Fla. (Hard Rock Live)
June 17: Atlanta (Chastain Park Amphitheatre)
June 19: Vienna, Va. (Wolf Trap Filene Center)
June 21: Holmdel, N.J. (P.N.C. Bank Arts Center)
June 22: Wantagh, N.Y. (Jones Beach)
June 23: Boston (FleetBoston Pavilion)
June 25: Wallingford, Conn. (Careerbuilder.com Oakdale Theatre)
June 26: Upper Darby, Pa. (Tower Theatre)
June 28: Toronto (Massey Hall)
June 29: Pittsburgh (Amphitheatre at Station Square)
June 30: Columbus (PromoWest Pavilion)
July 2: Milwaukee (Summerfest)
July 3: Rochester Hills, Mich. (MeadowBrook Music Festival)
July 5: Interlochen, Mich. (Kresge Auditorium)
July 6: Toledo, Ohio (Zoo Amphitheatre)
July 7: Cleveland (Nautica Stage)
July 13: Minneapolis (Northrop Auditorium)
July 14: Chicago (Chicago Theatre)
July 17: Morrison, Colo. (Red Rocks)
July 19: Grand Prairie, Texas (Next Stage at Grand Prairie)
July 20: Houston (Verizon Wireless Theater)
July 21: Austin, Texas (the Backyard)
July 23: Phoenix (Dodge Theatre)
July 24: Las Vegas (the Joint)
July 26: Los Angeles (Greek Theatre)
July 27: Santa Barbara, Calif. (Santa Barbara Bowl)
July 28: San Diego (SDSU Open Air Theatre)
Aug. 30: Jacksonville, Ore. (Britt Festivals @ Britt Pavilion)
Sept. 6-7: Lake Tahoe, Nev. (Caesars Tahoe)
Sept. 9: Livermore, Calif. (Wente Concerts at the Vineyard)
Sept. 11-13: Saratoga, Calif. (Historic Mountain Winery)
Sept. 17-18: Santa Rosa, Calif. (Luther Burbank Center)