Jewel Records

Jewel Records

43 North Broadway via acquisition owns exclusive worldwide copyrights to Jewel Records.

Shreveport, Louisiana based label and record company founded by record distributor and jukebox operator Stanley Lewis in 1963 after being encouraged by Leonard Chess to start his own label. He created sister labels Paula Records (named for his wife) and Ronn Records in 1965 and 1966 respectively as the pop and blues divisions. He also started releasing gospel (with the 0000 series) in 1966.

Jewel remained active until Lewis sold the company to eMusic in the late 1990s which in turn was acquired by Fuel Records and ultimately acquired by 43 North Broadway in the 2000s.


  • Can I Ride / Old Landmark
  • Didn't It Rain / When He Calls Me
  • Jesus Loves Everyone / It's A Shame (How God's People Have Made A Change)
  • The Great Electric Show And Dance
  • The Memorial Album
  • The Real Thing
  • The Carter Brothers
  • Going Thru The Roof
  • A Child Of God
  • He Didn't Have To Do It
  • A Gospel Star At His Best
  • I Owe Him Me
  • I Stood On The Banks Of Jordan
  • If I Had A Hammer
  • Would the Real Pigmeat Markham Please Sit Down
  • If You Dance To The Music
  • Keep Walking On
  • Build Your Own Fire
  • From the Vaults Lightnin' Hopkins Rarities
  • The Upper Way
  • The Essential Earl Hooker
  • Harpin' on It
  • The Fantastic Violinaires
  • Swing Low, Sweet Chariot
  • Houston & Shreveport Sessions '63 to '69

Top Songs

  • A Message to My Friends
  • Blue Guitar
  • Evil Hearted Woman
  • Lotta Lovin'
  • Rock Me Mama