‘Australian Idol’ season two runner-up Anthony Callea was on 92.9 FM in Perth, Australia. The singer talked about having to cancel an event in the city, his goals — including releasing music in the UK and Europe, his frequent appearances on Rove, being short, and more. Auspipe.com has since removed the audio.
‘Australian Idol’ season two runner-up Anthony Callea was on Fox FM. He talked about the tour kicking off on July 12th, the idea of roughening up his image a bit, not knowing the lyrics to Guns N’ Roses ‘Welcome To The Jungle’ after attempting the sing the smash hit, plans for cover songs on the tour, and more. Auspipe.com has since removed the audio.
‘Australian Idol’ season two runner-up Anthony Callea is out with the music video to his new single ‘Hurts So Bad’. Watch it online below.
‘Australian Idol’ season two runner-up Anthony Callea posted a message to fans on Thursday (April 14). “Well I had a great weekend catching up with the family at my cousin’s 18th and hanging out with friends, even busted a few moves on the the dance floor at a club,” Callea wrote. “Anyway, hope your all well? I start rehearsals next week for my tour which I’m really excited about and I met up with my MD (musical director) today Paul Gray and went through the set list and locked it in, would love to tell you all but then it wouldn’t be a surprise! I got 10 minutes before I jump onto my flight back home to Melbourne because I was in Sydney today, so I’ll stay online!”
Time for an Australian Chart update. Holding onto the #1 abum for the 3rd week in a row is Australian Idol runner up Anthony Callea with his Self titled debut. Garbage come in at #4 with their latest album ‘Bleed like me’. Jesse Mcartney sits tight at #7, whilst Gwen Stefani is #8 after 21 weeks on the chart. Former Neighbours star Natalia Imbruglia’s latest album debuts at #12. After making her debut at #13 Mariah Careys “Emancipation of Mimi” drops down to #20. American Idol winner Kelly Clarkson’s at #22. Delta Goodrems 2nd album ‘Mistaken Identity’ fails to live up to the massive sales of her debut by dropping #9 places to #50 after 23 weeks.
‘Australian Idol’ season two runner-up Anthony Callea was live with Kyle and Jackie O. on Austereo recently, where he promoted his soon to be released self-titled debut album, due on March 28th. Callea said he’d refuse to lip-synch a televised performance, and they brought up the Ashlee Simpson furor as reasoning for only singing live. He also was grilled about being single, as the girls screamed in the background. The interview at Auspipe.com has since been removed.