Julie Kember - Singing 'Cup Your Hands' whilst entertaining the troops in Kandahar, Afghanistan
Julie Kember - Entertaining the troops in Kandahar, Afghanistan
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A good friend of mine, Julie Kember, visited Afghanistan in 2009 to entertain
some of our troops.
Julie is a singer/songwriter originally from Western Australia, but now calls
Sydney home. I first heard Julie sing at a private party I was attending a few
years ago. It's a funny story actually how we first met, but that's for another time -
you can ask if you're interested. Anyway, the video above is Julie singing one
of the songs from her album "Sugar and Stone" (called "Cup Your Hands"), to some of the
men and women of the Australian Defence Forces at Camp Baker in Kandahar,
I may be biased, but I think Jules is an awesome talent - one who, unfortunately,
we may soon lose to England.
By the way, if you missed the plaque,
Camp Baker was named as a tribute to Corporal Michael Baker who was one of 17
killed in a tragic accident at the High Range Training Area near Townsville on June 12, 1996.
Tracks on Julie's debut album include:
Sugar and Stone (title track);
Strongest Girl in the World;
Take Me Away;
I'm Happy You're Happy;
Cup Your Hands;
Own Two Feet;
Not Enough For Me;
Rockabye Baby Me
For a taste of Julie's album,
click here for a jukebox of demos.
See Julie on.....
Flashpoint promotion on Network Nine Australia - "Take Me Away":
Heroes promo on the Seven Network - "Strongest Girl In The World":
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