Karise Eden Biography
Karise Eden is an Australian singer and songwriter born 11 July 1992 in Gosford Hospital in Gosford, New South Wales. In 2012, she became the winner of the first series of The Voice Australia. Eden subsequently signed with Universal Music Australia and released her debut single “You Won’t Let Me”. It was one of the four songs recorded by Eden that entered the ARIA Singles Chart top five during the week of 25 June 2012. She was raised in Wyoming, New South Wales. Her mother is Michele and her sister is Siana. From a young age, Eden and her sister were part of a foster aunty and uncle program, which gave their single mother Michele respite.
She was raised in Wyoming, New South Wales. Her mother is Michele and her sister is Siana. From a young age, Eden and her sister were part of a foster aunty and uncle program, which gave their single mother Michele respite. One weekend a month , they would stay with ‘aunty’ Marilyn and ‘uncle’ Frank. Her childhood was deeply affected by her family dysfunctions and issues of self-esteem. As the years passed, she did not always get along well with her mother, and at the age of 11, she began harming herself. During this time, she was diagnosed with agoraphobia and, at the age of 12, Eden finished school. It was around this time that Eden saw a Janis Joplin documentary on television and realised that maybe the raspy tones in her own voice weren’t that bad after all. “Hence began my obsession with everything Janis”.
At around the age of 13, Eden was left in the care of Department of Community Services at Gosford by her mother, who was not coping. Eden spent her teenage years living in over 20 women’s refuges as a state ward. During this time, she reconnected with Aunty Marilyn and Uncle Frank who were both musicians. She recalled that her uncle Frank taught her everything about music and how to play the guitar. “When he first started teaching me how to play, I was playing traditional folk and bluegrass – now I play the double bass and I’m learning the banjo”.
Karise Eden The Voice Australia
Eden auditioned for the first series of the Australian reality television talent show The Voice. She appeared on the show’s first episode on 15 April 2012, singing James Brown’s “It’s a Man’s World”. All four coaches turned around their chairs simultaneously within the first twelve seconds: Keith Urban was the first coach who turned around his chair, followed by the other three coaches: Seal, Delta Goodrem and Joel Madden. All four coaches opted to take Eden as one of their finalists but she chose Seal as her coach and mentor. Eden progressed through to the Battle Rounds, where she was paired against contestant Paula Parore, singing Amy Winehouse’s “Back to Black”. As a result, Seal chose Eden as the winner of the battle and she progressed through to the Live Shows. Throughout this round, the coaches and audiences were impressed with Eden’s performances of Rebecca Ferguson’s “Nothing’s Real but Love”, Fleetwood Mac’s “Landslide” and Leonard Cohen’s “Hallelujah”.
On 17 June 2012, during the first part of the grand finale, Eden sang an original song entitled “I Was Your Girl”, which she co-wrote with a friend, and a cover of Lorraine Ellison’s “Stay with Me Baby”. And during the second part of the grand final on 18 June 2012, Eden was announced the winner of the season. After she was announced the winner, Eden performed her debut single “You Won’t Let Me” for the first time. She was awarded a prize of $100,000, a Ford Focus car and a recording contract with Universal Music Australia.
“You Won’t Let Me” was released digitally on 19 June 2012 and physically on 21 June 2012. For the week of 25 June 2012, Eden’s songs “You Won’t Let Me”, “Stay with Me Baby”, “Hallelujah” and “I Was Your Girl” took up four positions of the ARIA Singles Chart top five. She became the first artist to achieve this feat since The Beatles, who held the top six positions of the chart in 1964. Eden had a total of eight songs in the ARIA top 50 for that week. Six of these songs left the ARIA top 50 the following week, including “Stay with Me Baby” which dropped to number 54, the biggest drop from number one in Australian chart history. “I Was Your Girl” left the ARIA top 100, the equal biggest fall for a number three song in Australian chart history. “You Won’t Let Me”, “I Was Your Girl”, “Nothing’s Real but Love” and “Stay with Me Baby” each received gold certifications by the Australian Recording Industry Association (ARIA), for sales of 35,000 copies. “Hallelujah” was certified platinum for sales of 70,000 copies.
On 26 June 2012, Eden’s debut studio album My Journey was released The album features recorded versions of the covers Eden performed on The Voice, the original song “I Was Your Girl”, as well as newly recorded covers of “The Weight”, “Hound Dog”, “Move Over”, “I’d Rather Go Blind” and “The Dock of the Bay”. The album debuted at number one on the ARIA Albums Chart, where it remained for six consecutive weeks. It was certified double platinum by the ARIA, denoting sales of 140,000 copies. The album also debuted at number three on the New Zealand Albums Chart and was certified gold by the Recording Industry Association of New Zealand (RIANZ), denoting sales of 7,500 copies. Eden promoted the album with instore appearances at Westfield shopping centres across Australia. In October 2012, she embarked on the Heavenly Sounds national tour of churches and cathedral venues.
Eden was part of the Bluesfest in March 2013, along with many other local and international acts in Byron Bay, New South Wales. Eden’s second single “Threads of Silence”, co-written with Sacha Skarbek in London, was released digitally on 3 June 2013, the same day she performed it live on The Voice. Upon its release, the song debuted and peaked at number 19 on the ARIA Singles Chart. “Dynamite” was released as the lead single from Eden’s second studio album, Things I’ve Done, on 12 September 2014, and peaked at number 65. The album was released on 17 October 2014, and debuted at number five on the ARIA Albums Chart. The album’s second single “Loneliness” was released on 3 April 2015, but failed to chart. On 2 June 2015, Eden released a cover version of The Shirelles song “Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow”, which was used in a promotional sync campaign for the Nine Network’s drama series Love Child.
Karise Eden Baby
Karise gave birth to her 1st child at age 22, a son Blayden on December 24, 2014.
Karise Eden Age
Eden was born on 11th July 1992.
Karise Eden Net Worth
Details of her net worth will be updated soon.
Karise Eden Albums
- My Journey
- Things I’ve Done
Karise Eden Songs
- It’s a Man World
- You Won’t Le Me
- Stay With Me Baby
- Threads of Silence
- Black to Black
- I’d Rather Go Blind
- Nothing’s Real but Love
- Things I’ve Done
- I was Your Girl
- Hound Dog
- The Dock of the Bay
- We Got the Night
- 134 Days
- Don’t Asks Me
- Broken Hearted
- Black Heart
- Taking It All
- Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow
- Something in the Water
- She Don’t
- Move Over
- House on Fire
- The Weight
- Behind Closed Doors
Karise Eden Video
Karise Eden News
My how you’ve changed! The Voice winner Karise Eden looks almost unrecognisable after revealing her incredible 21kg weight loss transformation.
Updated On: 19th April 2018
She’s the singer who won the first season of The Voice back in 2012.
And fast forward six years and Karise Eden looks almost unrecognisable compared to the 19-year-old who wowed Australia with her powerful voice.
These days, Karise, 25, is sporting a rather boho rocker look with tattoos on both sides of her neck and a much more svelte frame.
Karise’s face has been further transformed thanks to a ring that sits in the middle of her lip and an array of bling that runs along her ears.
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Her face looks a lot more defined than it did back in 2012, with slightly more prominent cheekbones.
After she gave birth to her son Blayden on Christmas eve 2014, Karise dropped a formidable 21 kilograms after overhauling her diet and exercise regime.
Speaking to Woman’s Day in 2016, Karise revealed that she had dropped the weight with daily runs on the treadmill, 150 squats a night and by quitting sugar.
‘My body changed when I became a mum but now when I look in the mirror I think: ‘Hey hot mama! you’re looking good,” she told the publication.
Revealing she gained 30kg while pregnant with Blayden, Karise added that she was proud of the way motherhood had changed her body.
‘I’m proud of my tiger stripes on my tummy,’ she said. ‘That was my son’s home once.’
The pressure of reality television eventually took it’s toll on Karise, who admitted to Australian Story in 2014 that she had an emotional breakdown.
‘As much as it was big and brilliant and exciting for [Australia] to sit there and watch this Karise Eden character come out of nowhere, I was very stressed out,’ she said.
Karise added: ‘I was very tired and I was very sick. I hit rock bottom and I had a breakdown.’
She added that it all came to a head during her first national tour, on the back of her number one album My Journey saying: ‘I didn’t know who I was expected to be.’
Still forging ahead with her music career, Karise released her latest album Things I’ve Done in 2014 while adding her talents to the Nine Network drama Love Child with a cover of the Shirelles classic Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow.