Olivia Rodrigo performs at Madison Square Garden alongside Jewel: “A Privilege”



During the last night of Olivia Rodrigo‘s global tour of Guts at Madison Square Garden, the singer-songwriter Jewel joined her on stage for a stunning duet of the 1995 hit song “You Were Meant for Me.”

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“She is an amazing songwriter,” Before Jewel took the stage, Rodrigo remarked, “When I first started writing my songs, I would listen to her album Pieces of You before I went to bed.” “She’s amazing, and having her here with me tonight is such an honor.”

Wearing a black blouse, flowy slacks, and a cap, Jewel took the stage. Before coming together in unison for the chorus, the two ladies alternatedly strung their guitars and sang the song’s lyrics. The duo sang, “Dreams last so long/Even after you’re gone/I know that you love me.” “And you’ll see soon enough that you were meant for me.”

Jewel’s 1995 debut album, Pieces of You, included the song “You Were Meant for Me,” which peaked at number two on the Billboard Hot 100.

During her most recent tour, Rodrigo had a number of guests during her gigs. On Friday, April 5, she welcomed Noah Kahan onstage to sing a duet of “Stick Season” during her first performance in New York City. Longtime Kahan admirer Rodrigo had already performed a cover of the song for BBC Radio 1’s Live Lounge.

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Additionally, Rodrigo invited Sheryl Crow to play “If It Makes You Happy” onstage at her Nashville event. Her last performance of the American portion of her tour is on Tuesday before she heads to Europe. (There, Remi Wolf will cover for her.) Later this summer, she will return to the US.

In February, Rodrigo began her Palm Springs tour, with Chappell Roan serving as her road opener. She has traveled the nation, making stops in Miami, St. Louis, Nashville, Chicago, and St. Louis.

“Rodrigo solidified her status as an artist who defines a generation in pop culture. like a rock star. In a Rolling Stone review of the tour, the publication stated, “And as an enthusiastic idol who is only just beginning her career.”