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Anthony Callea

by Paul Cashmere on October 17, 2011

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As Anthony Callea gets down to the pointy end of releasing his third album he dropped into Noise11.com to update the story of his career.

Anthony’s last album ‘A New Chapter’ was released in 2006. It was at that point that he took his career into his own hands. That meant reinvention. He got into theatre and scored parts in ‘Dead Man Walking’, ‘Rent’ and ‘Wicked’.

In 2010, he became a voice coach on Foxtel’s ‘Ultimate School Musical: Fame’.

Recently, Anthony released ‘Oh Oh Oh Oh’, his first single since 2007.

Hear what he has to say about it at Noise11.com

http://www.anthonycallea.com

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