|Occupation(s)||Singer, musician, songwriter|
Arthur Blanch is an Australian country singer-songwriter. He is the father of country music singer, Jewel Blanch, with whom he has performed.
In 1958, Arthur and Berice gave birth to daughter Jewel Blanch. 
In 1962 The Blanch Family were signed to W&G label in Melbourne.
At the 1982 CMAA, Arthur and Jewel won Album of the Year for The Lady and the Cowboy. 
In 2001, Arthur was inducted into the Australian Roll of Renown. 
|Meet the Blanch Family (as part of The Blanch Family)|
|The Lady and the Cowboy (with Jewel Blanch)|
|Too Late for Regrets|
|What Do Lonely People Do|
|Blanch Family Classics (as part of The Blanch Family)|
|Long Way Home|
|Songs of Praise and Inspiration|
|Gems & A Few Jewels Volume 3|
|Life's Been Good to Me|
|What Really Matters|
|How Can I Thank You|
|The Best of Arthur Blanch|
The Australian Roll of Renown honours Australian and New Zealander musicians who have shaped the music industry by making a significant and lasting contribution to Country Music. It was inaugurated in 1976 and the inductee is announced at the Country Music Awards of Australia in Tamworth in January. 
|Year||Nominee / work||Award||Result|
|2001||Arthur Blanch||Australian Roll of Renown||inductee|
The Country Music Awards of Australia (CMAA) (also known as the Golden Guitar Awards) is an annual awards night held in January during the Tamworth Country Music Festival, celebrating recording excellence in the Australian country music industry. They have been held annually since 1973. 
|Year||Nominee / work||Award||Result (wins only)|
|1982||The Lady and the Cowboy (with Jewel Blanch)||Album of the Year||Won|
|1983||Too Late For Regrets||Album of the Year||Won|
|1984||"I've Come a Long Way"||Male Vocalist of the Year||Won|
|1985||"What Do Lonely People Do"||Male Vocalist of the Year||Won|
The Tamworth Songwriters Association (TSA) is an annual songwriting contest for original country songs, awarded in January at the Tamworth Country Music Festival. They commenced in 1986.  
|Year||Nominee / work||Award||Result (wins only)|
|2007||Arthur Blanch||Songmaker Award||awarded|
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