Arthur needs no introduction. He is reported to be Australia's Rolls Royce of country singers. 2016 is Arthur Blanch's 65th anniversary year in his career as a recording artist. The television special based on his first Golden Guitar winning album "The Lady And The Cowboy" was telecast in Australia and America and was leased for the last 3 years by Foxtel's Country Music Channel. Arthur is still celebrating chart successes, including 5 top ten singles during the last couple of years. Arthur was inducted into the Country Music Roll of Renown in 2001 and the Galaxy of Stars in 2002. 

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In February 2016 Arthur was in the studio recording for the new album "Blanch Family Memories- Something New, Something Old" which has just been relased and can be purchased below. "Whatever Floats Your Boat" Arthur's current solo album continues to sell well. *Top music reviewer in Los Angeles describes this album as magnificent and says that Arthur sounds like he is between 20 and 50 years old.
Multi-Award winner Arthur
has recorded his music in studios worldwide including the deluxe studios in Hollywood and Nashville.  Arthur is one of Australia's most successful international country music entertainers, having spent extensive time in the USA recording, performing on stage and on television. He has had several Billboard chart singles as well as performing on the Grand Ole Opry.
The ultimate encyclopedia of country and it's performers "Definitive Country", released in the USA, states that of all the country performers to emerge from Australia, Arthur Blanch has made the biggest impression.

Maintaining it's momentum in sales is the story of the Blanch family, "Wollun One" - a best selling book that chronicles the life and times of Australia's first official country music family. An independent reviewer has highly recommended it...."It is my opinion that "Wollun One" would make an excellent motion picture, rich as it is with singing, a charming love story, hard work, commitment, loyalty, and huge success" she writes.
Rhino Book Stores stock "Wollun One" in Nashville USA, and Boolarong Press distributes worldwide (
Arthur is in much demand for interviews, but always makes time for those who promote and enjoy his music. To arrange an interview, please contact Arthur on (07)55341112.






Blanch Family Memories
Arthur Blanch - "Blanch Family Memories" TCD-111
CD $25.00  - Includes free shipping within Australia. Contact us for international shipping rates.

Wollun One / The story of the Blanch Family
Arthur Blanch  - "Whatever Floats Your Boat" TCD-110
CD $19.95

  *Latest Release
"Blanch Family Memories - Something New, Something Old"  -  30 Superb Songs
From 12 inch vinyl, through the cassette tape to CD and digital download, the way we listen to our favorite music has changed greatly over the years. However, even though formats have changed, the music we love remains the primary reason why we listen to it. For many of us, our favorite artists have stood the test of time and have endured these immense changes in music accessibility. The "Blanch Family Memories" album is true testament to the musical journey of the Blanch Family, the first complete Country Music recording and performing family in Australia. The 30 superb songs, including "Make You Mine", the new song to radio, perfectly showcase the iconic works of Arthur, Berice and Jewel Blanch. In addition Jewel was reported to be the youngest commercial recording artist in the world with her hit "I Want To Stay On Jumbo" at the age of 4 and also gained success in her own right as the owner of her own music publishing company in Nashville. A number of songs on "Blanch Family Memories" have never been released, with many having special meaning to the family because of who produced them and who played on the tracks, some of whom are no longer with us including Smoky Dawson, pedal steel virtuoso Speedy West, Alan and Russ Hawking and Al de Lory. The album also includes "The Sweetest Song", a track written by the Blanch Family and recorded by Pat Boone, who made it a hit record. From the time Arthur Blanch won Australia's "Amateur Hour" in 1949, commenced his commercial recording career in 1952 to Golden Guitar success and Billboard chart hits, Grand Ole Opyy & elevation to the Roll of Renown, The Blanch Family deserve every accolade and "Blanch Family Memories" beautifully envelops this amazing musical journey into a package that will last a lifetime.
Daryl Kirkup, Broadcaster

"Whatever Floats Your Boat"

2014 - GREAT NEW ALBUM out now "Whatever Floats Your Boat". Produced by Louie Shelton (world famous guitarist) recorded on the Gold Coast. This is Arthur in top form singing 10 wonderful new songs.

1) Whatever Floats Your Boat
2) Good
3) It's Usually A Woman
4) What We Are
5) Buy That Man A Beer
6) Mama's Table
7) The Singer
8) Big Time Lonesome
9) Different Things
10) She's Mine

How Can I Thank You
Arthur Blanch - "How Can I Thank You" TCD-109
CD $15.95


"How Can I Thank You"

1)  Beautiful Life    
2)  How Can I Thank You                                        
3)  What's On A Woman's Mind  
4)  Only You Did                                      
5)  Just Bein' Me                                    
6)  He Needs To Do Some Work At Home                   
7)  The High Road                                                                     
8)  Teachers

9)  I Just Need To
10)  Do What Cowboy's Do

11)  Slowly
12)  Better Day Comin'
13)  No More Songs To Sing
The title track "How Can I Thank You" was picked up by the Australian Defense Department and copies were sent to all Aussie troops deployed overseas. Arthur was greatly honoured.



Life's Been Good To Me
Arthur Blanch  - "Life's Been Good To Me"
CD $15.95


"Life's Been Good To Me"

1) For A Song 
2) When Your Rock Turns To Stone                                   
3) Strollin' In The Sunshine 
4)  I'd Better Write It Down                                     
5)  Wellingrove Girl                                
6)  Roots And Wings                 
7)  With Every Breath                                                             

8)  I Just Wanna Make Love With You

9)  It's A Lovely Lovely World
10)  Still They Call Me Love

11)  Back In Baby's Arms
12)  Life's Been Good To Me

"Still a very popular album including "Wellingrove Girl" a song dedicated to my wife. Most of the songs are positive and reflect my gratitude for a wonderful life, a loving wife and daughter and a successful career which has allowed me to continue to do what I love doing - making music and meeting beautiful people along the way. I feel this album compliments our book "Wollun One" which tells the Blanch family story.



"Gems & A Few Jewels" Arthur has again teamed up with musical friend Bill Gleeson from Tamworth who has adapted Dorothea Mackellar's classic "My Country" into a song that will probably become a classic in the years ahead. Bill has written a popular musical about the bushranger Captain Thunderbolt, who had an association with Arthur's great grand parents. They had an Inn in the New England NSW and get a mention in Bill's song which Arthur has turned into a rollicking ballad of the escapades of "Australia's Robin Hood".

The gems include 5 songs performed by Arthur's daughter Jewel. These days Jewel is a major music industry business person, running her own company in Nashville. In the 80's she won two female vocalist Golden Guitars at Tamworth
with "I Can Love You" and "Send All The Ghosts Away" - her own compositions.

  22 tracks including:
"My Country"
"Australian's Robin Hood"
 "I Can Love You".

Arthur Blanch - "Gems & A Few Jewels" Vol 3
CD  $15.95










Songs of Praise and Inspiration
Arthur Blanch -"Songs of Praise and Inspiration"
CD  $19.95




Features 23 much loved songs that are familiar to all in a rousing, joyful, uplifting style. Arthur says "The singing and producing of each track on this album was a joy for me. I was privileged to have the Jordanaires sing background vocals as well as having some of Nashville's top musicians work with me."

  23 tracks including:
"I Love To Tell The Story"
"Rock Of Ages"
"Onward Christian Soldiers"
"Nearer, My God, To Thee"


 2 volumes / 20 tracks including:
"Rose Colored Glasses" - "Dark Moon"
"I Really Don't Want To Know"
-"Invisable Tears" - "Maybe I'll Cry Over You" - "I Remember You"

"Love Walked In" Recorded in Nashville (Arthur Blanch) Twin Cassette - $7.00


12 tracks including:
"Best Performance Of The Year"
"Almost Anytime"

"Hello Tamworth"
"You Don't Know Me"(Arthur Blanch)  Cassette  $5.00


10 tracks including:
"Stupid Man"
"A Good Woman's Love"

"The Little Man's Got The Biggest Smile In Town"

"Long Way Home" (Arthur Blanch) Cassette - $5.00 



VINYL - collectors item

"Blanch Family Classics" (Arthur, Jewel and Berice Blanch) 
Vinyl Record  $19.95 (Australian domestic postage and handling included -  for international orders, contact the address below)



Wollun One / The story of the Blanch Family

Book  $24.95 (including Australian domestic postage only) - For international orders and additional shipping charges, contact



Including "Eva Magdalena", "China Doll", "The Strange Little Girl", "Mummy's Pretty Clothes", "Twitterpated" and others.
14 Tracks in all

"This was the beginning of twelve years for us in America - successful years in the entertainment industry.
We thank EMI and our many friends and all those who have helped and encouraged us along the way.
We are still singing and recording and that's what we love to do."


Thank you EMI for compiling these 14 tracks including our recordings from the 1960's. "The Strange Little Girl" was my firstsingle for EMI, released in the early 60's, and it made the Top 40 charts in Sydney and was reported to be the first Australian country record to "Cross-over". These tracks were produced by Al deLory who was at that time producing Glen Campbell's big hits "By The Time I Get To Phoenix", "Galveston" etc. Al deLory's words regarding "The Blanch Family", after our first session together, were and I quote from a Hollywood newspaper: "Here is a group about which I am extremely excited. They have a unique sound as you will hear. Their material is excellant. The Blanches are a family comprising mother, father and daughter. They all play guitar and are very talented. This is not a 'One Shot' group!"




"WOLLUN ONE" the story of the Blanch family.

Half a century of music and magic. Sixty years in any career is a significant milestone, and in music, it's extraordinary. That's why Golden Guitar winner Arthur Blanch and his wife Berice have marked that milestone with the publication of "Wollun One", a book detailing the Blanch family history and 50 fabulous years. It's a great read with over 900 photos in an extremely readable 168 page publication. It's written in Arthur and Berice's own words, so it feels as if you're just having a lovely, friendly chat about the remarkable trio of Arthur, Berice, and daughter Jewel, who were Australia's first complete country music family.

There wouldn't be many biographies around that can claim 900 photos! "Wollun One" does, though, and does it well. The text tells a wonderful story of Arthur and Berice (and Jewel) and their very exciting, very full lives through the second half of the 20th Century. Lives that have seen an enormous number of achievements on the stages and recording studios of Sydney, to Tamworth's Golden Guitar Awards, and to Nashville's Grand Ole Opry.
They've seen and done it all, and "Wollun One" tells the many stories Arthur and Berice have collected along the way. We won't go into any detail of the book here - that would spoil the read. But we can recommend it to anyone who has an interest in music, and especially Australian music.







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