Arthur needs no introduction. He is Australia's Rolls Royce of country singers. 2010 was Arthur Blanch's 60th anniversary year in his career as a recording artist. Four years in a row, Arthur won Australian Golden Guitar awards at Tamworth, two for Male Vocalist of the Year, two for Album of the Year. The television special based on his first Golden Guitar winning album "The Lady And The Cowboy" was telecast in Australia and America, and he 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. To read more about Arthur from the Roll of Renown web site click here.
ARTHUR BLANCH NEWS
Arthur's new single "The Singer" has just been released to radio and is receiving great feedback. The single with WJO Distribution can be downloaded from iTunes, Bigpond, Bandit FM and Getmusic. This is the first single from Arthur's forthcoming new album to be released later this year.
Current album "How Can I Thank You"
The inspiring Arthur Blanch once again delivers a superb offering with his new single release entitled 'Teachers' from his acclaimed current album 'How Can I Thank You'. This wonderful new track distributed by WJO) exudes a strong, timely message about honesty and unselfishness and how we learn from each page of life we turn. Arthur delivers a vocal performance that is strong and pure as ever. One of Country's true gentlemen, Arthur continues to release beautiful songs that are enjoyed by fans across Australia.
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 honored. The 4th radio focus track "Slowly" was being widely played around Australia. It was #5 in 98.9's top 20 in Brisbane and #7 on Hot FM Mildura. Arthur is currently songwriting and selecting some great original songs from daughter Jewel's Ten Ten Publishing company in Nashville, for his next album. The song "And My Dad" from Arthur's previous album "What Really Matters" was included on Ray Hadley's compilation CD released by Sony. "This song has special meaning for me," Arthur said.
"My dad was my hero and he passed away at only 50. He was a gentle
giant and taught me a lot about life and love. Some years later I was
in Hollywood on the set of the TV show Bonanza with my daughter
Jewel. While there I met and became friends with John Wayne and when I
first shook his big hand, it really felt like I was shaking hands with
my dad again. It was quite eerie."
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ONE" ON SALE
| "WOLLUN ONE" the story
the Blanch family.
Half a century of music and magic. Sixty years in any career is a significantmilestone, 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 many 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.
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
Arthur Blanch - "What Really Matters" Available from Tamworth Music / TCD-108
CD $25.00 - In stock
"How Can I Thank You"
1) Beautiful Life
"What Really Matters"
1) Keep Her While She's There
* "Arthur Blanch is the iron man of country music. No
one has had as many
hits for as long as he has. His version of my song "Misty Blue", on
this new album is magnificent. The vocal range of this song is
challenging for any artist. Arthur took the challenge and did it
beautifully. Many happy returns, Art!" Bob
Nashville Record Producer, songwriter, and publisher.
Arthur Blanch -
Been Good To Me"
"Life's Been Good To Me"
1) For A Song
22 tracks including:
23 tracks including:
2 volumes / 20 tracks including:
12 tracks including:
"You Don't Know Me" (Arthur Blanch) Cassette $10.00 In stock
10 tracks including:
"The Lady And The Cowboy"
& Arthur Blanch) VHS (PAL) Video
Thank you EMI for compiling these 14 tracks including our recordings from the 1960's. "The Strange Little Girl" was my first
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