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Eilen Jewell and band will also perform at the Blues On Broadbeach on the Gold Coast.
Hailing from Boise, Idaho, Eilen Jewell is a remarkable singer-songwriter whose honesty, confidence and respect permeate her music dating back to her self-released album in 2006.
Since then, she has gone on to record an impressive and classy back bunch of albums with her road-tested touring band, and two more as a member of the Boston-based gospel-charged Sacred Shakers, which includes that well-oiled band at it’s core.
Her work has won many fans including multiple Oscar winner Tom Hanks who included , releasing September 2017 she and husband and bandmate, Jason Beek unearthed 12 vintage gems written or made famous by an array of artists both renowned and obscure, from Willie Dixon and Memphis Minnie to Charles Sheffield and Betty James.
Love Police Touring is pleased to announce that superb singer-songwriter Eilen Jewell and her band will return to Australia in May and early June 2018.
Touring for the first time in two years they will play four dates in Victoria – the Thornbury Theatre, Melbourne on May 23, Caravan Music Club, Melbourne on May 24, Theatre Royale, Castlemaine on May 25 and Meeniyan Town Hall, May 26 – followed by Chateau Apollo, Adelaide on May 27, Leadbelly Sydney on May 30 and Hardy’s Bay RSL on June 1 and across the water at Tuning Fork, Auckland on June 2.
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A Melbourne man who was blackmailed by someone he met on an online dating app says he wants to warn others of the risks.
The man, known as James, said he was chatting to a woman online when she demanded money and threatened to release a video of him, which he was unaware she had filmed, if he did not pay."I'd been at a work function and I'd been drinking and I suppose the conversation got provocative and I was coaxed on webcam to be in a compromising position," he told 774 ABC Melbourne."It then turned into a fairly sophisticated blackmail attempt."The woman demanded James transfer 0 into a Western Union account, or the footage would be exposed to his friends and workmates."Things were said like, 'You don't understand, you're going to wish you were dead once I do this'," he said.