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Karise Eden is arguably one of Australia’s finest new female blues singers, with a vocal fire and passion suggestive of Melissa Etherdige, Anastacia or Beth Hart. All natural talent with a soulful voice borne of a hard knock life, the depth and feeling she expresses when she sings makes it hard to believe she is still only 25 years old. Karise has broken ARIA chart records and sold platinum and gold albums but it’s her intimate, acoustic shows where her visceral connection is most apparent.

For one weekend in November Karise Eden will perform live and acoustically at select Melbourne venues. Karise Eden will be road testing a few new songs while in Melbourne too, so don’t miss out on these three intimate gigs!

Fri 3 Nov – Bird’s Basement, Melbourne VIC
Sat 4 Nov – Old Hepburn Hotel, Hepburn Springs VIC
Sun 5 Nov – Flying Saucer, Elsternwick VIC

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Ahead of her Melbourne acoustic gigs, we asked Karise to share with us her 5 favourite acoustic-based songs and the reasons why she loves them.

Sometimes I cry – Chris Stapleton
What a fantastic artist he is. His vocals are to die for!
Would love to collaborate with him one day!
I have learnt this one on guitar, play it in my own time. Amazing track!

Me and Bobby McGee – Janis Joplin
Of course the one & only Janis comes into the mix.
This is also my mother’s favourite song. Reminds me of good times at home as a kid.

Hear My Train A-Comin’- Jimi Hendrix
What a legend. One of the first Jimi Hendrix songs I heard. One day I’ll learn this one on guitar… one day… haha!!

Send my love (to your new lover) – Adele
Wow what can you say about this track. It’s amazing.
Ultimate empowerment. I’m a huge Adele fan.

Falling – Jessica Mauboy
Love this track! It’s great to hear Jess stripped back.
the vulnerability lyrically in this track is amazing.
I also play this track in my personal time. Great song.


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