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Jewel Blanch

Birthday: March 04, 1958 (66 years)

HomeTown: Glen Innes, New South Wales, Australia

In 1962, when she was just 4 years old, she started her career as a singer by performing “I Want to Stay on Jumbo” (a novelty song written by her father Arthur). 1963: Spent the year in the United States of America with her parents. Jewel participated in the Blanch Family Show as a cast member. 1969: The family relocated to the United States for a total of one decade. After becoming interested in acting, Jewel went on to have parts in a variety of films, television series, plays, and commercials. Jewel maintained her career as a singer and songwriter. In 1976, she was invited by The Grundy Production to return to Australia in order to film six episodes of “Young Doctor’s.” A trophy was given to her at the Queensland Country Music Awards for her performance of “Will I Ever Be Loved,” which had been published in Australia by Living Sound Records. 1978: After Chet Atkins and Bob Ferguson saw her perform “Will I Ever Be Loved,” they convinced her to sign with the RCA Label in Nashville. 1979: The year that saw their induction into the Hands of Fame. Received the Country Music Award for Number 1 New Female Singles Artist from Billboard Magazine in the United States. Both Cashbox and Record World Magazine put forth her name as a candidate for the position of Top New Female Vocalist. Assisted in the production of the song “A Real Cowboy” by her father. Actress who acted as a hostess on stage at the Australasian Country Music Awards. Golden Guitars were awarded to Arthur and “The Lady and the Cowboy” in 1982 for Album of the Year and Female Vocalist of the Year, respectively, for their performance of “Can I Love You.” In 1984, Jewel and her husband made the move to Nashville in order to start a new life there. There, they established a management and publishing firm known as Ten Ten. 1992: Keith Urban was made an offer for a publishing contract. Alan Jackson was also contracted to Ten Ten Records when he was just beginning his career. Born on March 04, 1958, Jewel Blanch hails from Glen Innes, Australia. As in 2024, Jewel Blanch's age is 66 years. Discover below for comprehensive details about Jewel Blanch, including the biography, wiki profile, age, date of birth, family background, relationship status, interesting facts, photographs, lesser-known facts, and more.


Jewel Blanch Profile:

Stage Name Jewel Blanch
Real Name Jewel Blanch
Profession(s) Actress, Music Department, Soundtrack ,
Birthday March 04, 1958
Zodiac Sign Pisces
Age 66 years
Gender Female
Birthplace Glen Innes, Australia
Hometown Glen Innes, New South Wales, Australia
Nationality Australian

Family and Personal Life

Jewel Blanch‘ father’s name is Not Available and Jewel Blanch‘ mother’s name is Not Available.

Trivia and Facts

  • Jewel Blanch was born in Glen Innes, Australia.
  • Jewel Blanch’s birth sign is Pisces.
  • In 1962, when she was just 4 years old, she started her career as a singer by performing “I Want to Stay on Jumbo” (a novelty song written by her father Arthur). 1963: Spent the year in the United States of America with her parents. Jewel participated in the Blanch Family Show as a cast member. 1969: The family relocated to the United States for a total of one decade. After becoming interested in acting, Jewel went on to have parts in a variety of films, television series, plays, and commercials. Jewel maintained her career as a singer and songwriter. In 1976, she was invited by The Grundy Production to return to Australia in order to film six episodes of “Young Doctor’s.” A trophy was given to her at the Queensland Country Music Awards for her performance of “Will I Ever Be Loved,” which had been published in Australia by Living Sound Records. 1978: After Chet Atkins and Bob Ferguson saw her perform “Will I Ever Be Loved,” they convinced her to sign with the RCA Label in Nashville. 1979: The year that saw their induction into the Hands of Fame. Received the Country Music Award for Number 1 New Female Singles Artist from Billboard Magazine in the United States. Both Cashbox and Record World Magazine put forth her name as a candidate for the position of Top New Female Vocalist. Assisted in the production of the song “A Real Cowboy” by her father. Actress who acted as a hostess on stage at the Australasian Country Music Awards. Golden Guitars were awarded to Arthur and “The Lady and the Cowboy” in 1982 for Album of the Year and Female Vocalist of the Year, respectively, for their performance of “Can I Love You.” In 1984, Jewel and her husband made the move to Nashville in order to start a new life there. There, they established a management and publishing firm known as Ten Ten. 1992: Keith Urban was made an offer for a publishing contract. Alan Jackson was also contracted to Ten Ten Records when he was just beginning his career.

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