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Posted 22 July 2010 - 05:39 PM
This is from the Melbourne 2006 XV111 Commonwealth Games website.
Days to go
Queen's Baton Relay > Media Centre > Relay Highlight
Daily Highlights - Day 50, Melbourne to Melbourne Cricket Ground
The baton commences this day's journey at 7.22am in Melbourne and travels east to East Melbourne then north through Fitzroy and Carlton, north west through Travancore, Ascot Vale, Moonee Ponds and west to Ascot Vale West and Maribyrnong. The baton then travels south to Maidstone, west to Braybrook, north west to Sunshine and Sunshine North, west to St Albans, south to Cairnlea and Altona, and then east to Williamstown North and Williamstown. The baton will then board a boat and travel from Williamstown to Docklands and be carried to Waterfront City. Following a ceremony at Waterfront City the baton will board another vessel and travel up the Yarra River to the MCG and the Opening Ceremony of the XVIII Commonwealth Games.
Melbourne is a city with a distinct character; a city that loves its food, wine, arts and sport. It has a personality all of its own. Explore the newly renovated NGV International at 180 St Kilda Road. Be amazed by one of the most impressive collections in the Southern Hemisphere � a remarkable collection of European, Asian, Oceanic and American art. This gallery is known for presenting touring exhibitions by the world�s greats � the Impressionists, Caravaggio, Andy Warhol and the Dutch Masters. Drop in for a tour of the Arts Centre, home to Australia�s premier performing arts companies, before turning along Southbank Promenade.
Watch the Crown Entertainment Complex rise into view, filled with world-class shopping and entertainment options. Turn around, unpack the camera and marvel at the wonderful views back across the river to the city.
The undisputed fashion capital of Australia, Melbourne stands for style and sophistication. Shop in leafy Collins Street for high-end designer jewellery, fashion and luxury goods, or discover hidden treasures in Little Collins Street, which is brimming with cool men�s and women�s fashion from both local and international designers. Melbourne�s historic GPO has also been transformed into a $95 million luxury retail precinct, with more than 60 retailers guaranteed to tempt.
Take a ride on one of the historic burgundy and gold City Circle trams that provide a free and convenient way to move around the city, passing must-see sights and attractions including Docklands and the NewQuay dining and entertainment precinct. Ride the entire route around the inner city or make stops to see attractions such as Old Melbourne Gaol, where Victoria�s infamous bushranger, Ned Kelly, was hanged; the AFL Hall of Fame and Sensation at QV in Swanston Street, or the Champions Australian Racing Museum and Hall of Fame at Federation Square.
[7.49] The runner will pose with the baton outside Parliament House. Melbourne's Parliament House is the largest 19th-century public building in Australia and has been the seat of the Parliament in Victoria since 1855.
[8.06] Here the baton will be carried down the Fountain path near the Exhibition Building in the Carlton Gardens. Both the gardens and the Exhibition Building, built in 1880, are on the World Heritage list.
[1.00] The baton will pass by the Logan Reserve where a huge Caribbean Market Day will be in progress to welcome the baton. A huge turnout is expected.
Start Time: 07:22
End Time: 17:55
Melbourne Town Hall, Melbourne
Melbourne 2006 Commonwealth Games Opening Ceremony
Alternative Modes of Transport
14.30 - 15.30 Enterprize, a tall ship, will transport the Baton from Williamstown to the Docklands
17.15 - 17.45 The Royal Barge will transport the Baton from Waterfront City to the Melbourne 2006 Headquarters
Mr Tim Costello, Leg 6
Voted one of Australia's 100 national Living Treasures, Tim's vocation is to be an advocate in his role as a lawyer, pastor and human rights campaigner. Ordained a Baptist Minister in 1987 he rebuilt the congregation at the St Kilda Baptist Church, opened a drop-in centre and worked in a legal practice for those who the law is normally inaccessible. He was appointed Chief Executive of World Vision Australia in 2003.
Ms Jessica Rowe, Leg 8
Newly appointed presenter of the Channel 9 Today show, Jessica is a former Channel 10 newsreader who is married to Channel 9 60 Minutes reporter Peter Overton.
Mr Jason McCartney, Leg 12
Jason McCartney became a national hero in the wake of the Bali Bombings and epitomises the Australian fighting spirit. His story is one of humanity overcoming adversity. He was thrust into the hearts and minds of all Australians through his courageous fight-back from horrible burns he suffered in Bali. Few will forget his triumphant return to AFL football on the evening of June 6, 2003. He helped in scoring the winning goal, but his ultimate glory was a victory over terrorism and a "win" for all those who survived Bali. He played 182 senior games with The Kangaroos, Collingwood and Adelaide football clubs.
Mr John Molloy, Leg 16
John Molloy is the last remaining member of the Australian cycling team who competed at the British Empire Games in 1938. He is a life member of the Footscray Lions Club and has received the Maribyrnong Council Community Service award. At 91 years old, he is fighting fit and ready to carry the Baton on its final day of the relay.
Mr Jim Stynes, Leg 80
Retired Melbourne footballer and former Brownlow medallist, Jim was the towering Melbourne ruckman who developed his skills through playing Gaelic football in Ireland. He was a member of the all Australian team in 1987 and 1998. He is also the co-founder and facilitator for "Reach Youth" a non-profit organisation which aims to inspire youth.
Miss Deborah De Williams, Leg 83
On October 16 2004, Deborah De Williams became the first person to walk around Australia, competing 16,864km in one year to the day. She beat the previous world record set for the time taken to complete the walk, and smashed five world records overall. The first woman to walk around Australia, the longest walk in the shortest time, 16,669km in 343 days, the fastest walk over distance, the longest walk by a woman and longest walk by anyone. This journey was a fundraiser for the Kids Helpline.
Mr Daryl Somers, Leg 91
Co-host of the hit television series Dancing With The Stars, Daryl rocketed to fame as host of the iconic television show �Hey, Hey It's Saturday.� He is also a Gold Logie winner and a keen member of the Geelong Football Club.
Mr Anthony Callea, Leg 95
The 2004 runner-up of Australia Idol, Anthony has become one of Australia�s best loved entertainers. His debut single, the extraordinary version of Andrea Bocelli�s �The Prayer�, not only held the No. 1 position for five consecutive weeks, it has become the fastest selling Australian single of all time and the highest selling Australian single ever!
Mr Grant Hackett, Leg 96
Grant confirmed his place as one of history's greatest athletes with a "Swimmer of the Meet" performance at the 2005 World Championships in Montreal. Hackett, became the first person to win the 400m, 800m and 1500m at the same world championship, the first to win four consecutive world titles (1500m) and the greatest medal winner in world championships history with 17. In 2004 in Athens, at his second Olympics, Grant displayed all the courage and commitment for which he has become known, overcoming illness to defend his Olympic 1500m crown. In 2002 he won three gold and two silver medals at the Commonwealth Games in Manchester taking victories in the 1500m freestyle, the 4x200m relay team and for the first time as a member of the 4x100m freestyle relay team. At the 2000 Olympics he won the 1500m freestyle and 4x200m freestyle relay. He remains unbeaten over the 1500m freestyle since 1997.
Posted 23 July 2010 - 07:02 AM
Shannon Noll talks bout Anthony Callea:
|Shannon: Anthony is a great singer! He's just a ballad king, that's what he was built for. I couldn't see anthony rockin' about. 'The prayer' did for him what 'What bout me' did for me, its hard to say if that was what made him, you can never really tell. |
He did carve that song to pieces! It's not about the songs popularity, its about how he delivered it! Idol opens up some amazing doors, but Anthony would have most likely made it on his own anyway. It's all about opportunities!
Posted 23 July 2010 - 07:04 AM
One Prize Rises, but Mo Goes
By Iain Shedden
ONE talented Australian act will be able to dine out on winning the inaugural Australian Music Prize, but the same cannot be said for anyone in the running for this year's Mo Awards.
It was announced yesterday that the annual prize-giving dinner for the country's oldest entertainment awards, scheduled to be held in Sydney on March 14, has been cancelled because of insufficient interest from ticket-buyers, sponsors and advertisers.
On March 8 the first winner of the Australian Music Prize will be announced at Sydney's Museum of Contemporary Art. Vying for the $25,000 winner's cheque are some of the country's oldest rock talents, as well as some of the newest.
A short list of eight artists - including Brisbane veterans the Go-Betweens, Sydney's hot newcomers Wolfmother and singer-songwriter Ben Lee - was announced yesterday for the new award for artistic merit, modelled on Britain's successful Mercury Music Prize.
The final eight - the other bands in the running are the Drones, the Devastations, the Mess Hall, TZU and Tex, and Don and Charlie - are being judged on the basis of albums released during the past year.
The short list was drawn from 221 entrants from across Australia, including independent artists as well as those with major recording contracts.
Heavy rock trio Wolfmother burst on to the international rock arena during the past 12 months and won the inaugural Triple J album of the year award in December with its eponymous debut. Drummer Myles Heskett says the latest nomination is "a great honour. We didn't really have any expectations of how things were going to go with us, so the past year has been really fantastic."
Wolfmother leave tomorrow for a tour of the US and Europe.
Bondi bard Lee says that the last thing on his mind when he made his album, the ARIA Award-winning Awake is the New Sleep, was "making a record that would be in the top eight of any list. I was trying to make the best, most honest piece of work that I was capable of at that moment."
Winners of the 30th annual Mo Awards from the world of comedy, theatre, cabaret and music were to be announced during a dinner at Revesby Workers Club in Sydney. Instead, the results will be announced via the Mo Awards website. Those in the running for the top titles include Kylie Minogue, Anthony Callea and Reg Livermore.
Mo Awards chief executive Ken Laing says the awards, which came close to extinction last year owing to financial strain, will continue next year despite this latest setback.
"The integrity of the awards is still intact," Laing says. "There could have been a danger if we had gone ahead with the dinner and lost more money. I'm hopeful that a sponsor will come out of the woodwork for next year."
Posted 23 July 2010 - 07:07 AM
businesswire.com US news.
Walt Disney Records Releases Bambi II Soundtrack Available February 7, 2006;
Features New Original Songs by Martina McBride, Alison Krauss and Anthony Callea
BURBANK, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Jan. 31, 2006--On February 7, 2006, Walt Disney Records celebrates the return of Bambi on DVD with the release of the Bambi II soundtrack. The CD includes nine songs and score tracks from Bambi II, along with classic favorites from the original Bambi soundtrack.
The compilation features new, original songs by multi-platinum country superstars Martina McBride and Alison Krauss, and Australian singing phenomenon Anthony Callea.
One of the silver screen's most cherished characters makes his triumphant return in Disney's spectacular all-new movie, Bambi II, coming to Disney DVD on February 7th. Join Bambi as he reunites with his father, The Great Prince (voiced by Patrick Stewart), who must now raise the young fawn and teach him the ways of the forest. But, in the adventure of a lifetime, the proud parent discovers that there is much he can learn from his spirited young son.
Bambi II soundtrack track listing:
1. "There Is Life" - Alison Krauss
2. "First Sign of Spring" - Michelle Lewis
3. "Through Your Eyes" - Martina McBride
4. "The Healing of a Heart" - Anthony Callea
5. "Snow Flakes in the Forest" - Score
6. "Bambi's Dream" - Score
7. "Being Brave (Part 1)" - Score
8. "Being Brave (Part 2)" - Score
9. "Bambi and the Great Prince/End Credit Suite" - Score
10. "Sing the Day" - Bonus Track
11. "Main Title (Love Is a Song)" - From the Original Bambi
12. "Little April Shower" - From the Original Bambi
13. "Let's Sing a Gay Little Spring Song" - From the Original
On February 7, 2006, the Bambi II soundtrack will be available for a suggested retail price of $12.98. All Walt Disney Records audio products also can be ordered by visiting DisneyRecords.com.
Posted 23 July 2010 - 07:09 AM
Heres the Website: http://www.comingsoo...ws.php?id=12933
I should start out by saying that I've never been a big fan of Bambi. Though I found the animation to be quite extraordinary, I always found the story itself to be boring and overly sentimental. Unfortunately, Bambi II is more of the same. The animation is absolutely stunning. The scenery is beautifully painted in the style of the first film. The character animation is as good as any you'll see on the big screen. However, the story itself is a bit slow, simple, and didn't do much for me.
I could be mistaken, but I think the characters in this film (set in the middle of the previous movie) act more like cartoon characters than animals. They all talk more, act sillier, and generally behave more human. Some examples of this are the new groundhog character and the new porcupine character.
Fortunately they also provide some much needed comic relief to spice things up. However, the movie's theme of the single dad spending time with his son is hit over your head so often and blatantly that it kind of wears thin. (On a side note, how many Disney animated films can you name where a character has two living parents? I can name 101 Dalmatians, Sleeping Beauty, and The Incredibles. It's strange that there aren't more.)
As for the voice talent, Patrick Stewart is about the only actor most people will recognize. He does a decent job bringing Bambi's father to life, but there's nothing unique about his role. Alexander Gould who plays Bambi also happened to voice Nemo in Finding Nemo. The music in the film is also decent.
You won't be humming the tunes after watching the film, but they do set the mood of the story well. Alison Krauss sings the opening song which stands out as the best of the lot. Also appearing are Martina McBride, Michelle Lewis, and Anthony Callea.
I sat my kids down in front of this film to see their reactions. Any time there was action or comedy on the screen, they were really interested. However, any time there was a lot of dialogue or sentimental moments, they became disinterested. So though it's not the best animated Disney film, it will still entertain kids. And at a relatively short 73 minutes of running time, it doesn't wear out its welcome.
Posted 23 July 2010 - 07:15 AM
Watch 11 Minutes of Bambi 2 Online
Posted By: Michael / Source
Related News :Animated / Anime News, Movie Trailers
BAMBI II premieres February 7 on Disney DVD, however audiences can get their advanced preview at this extraordinary film in a 11-minute selection of enchanting animated scenes by going to www.Bambi2DVD.com
Meticulously crafted over four years, BAMBI II captures the beauty, emotion, warmth and humor of Walt Disney�s immortal classic as a perfect complement to the 1942 original. The sweeping adventure welcomes back some of the most beloved characters in film history, including Bambi, Thumper and Flower, while also introducing Bambi�s father, The Great Prince.
BAMBI II is the heartwarming, coming-of-age story of a son�s courage and a father�s love. Following the tragic loss of his mother, the young fawn reunites with The Great Prince (voiced by Patrick Stewart, �X-Men� and �Star Trek: The Next Generation�), who must now teach Bambi (voiced by Alexander Gould, �Finding Nemo�) the ways of the forest. Their adventure together helps them overcome their initially awkward relationship, and allows father and son to discover in each other something neither expected: family.
Also joining the forest�s beloved cast of characters in BAMBI II are Thumper�s rambunctious sisters, and Bambi�s rival, Ronno. Original and new characters combine to forge an inspiring story filled with strong messages of family, discovery, faith, courage, trust and inner strength.
Animated in the breathtaking style of the original classic, BAMBI II also embraces its Disney heritage with captivating new songs performed by Martina McBride, recipient of five Country Music Association Awards including three consecutive �Female Vocalist of the Year� honors; multiple Grammy award winner Alison Krauss, and burgeoning new talent Anthony Callea.
Posted 23 July 2010 - 07:21 AM
Mtv Awards And Aria
Anthony Callea is another artist that popped his ARIA cherry by winning the Highest Selling Single award for 'The Prayer' - which he performed anxiously on the night. He said, "I think tonight was the most nervous I've ever been to sing that song. Sometimes nerves can sort of take over but I sort of tried to control them as much as possible tonight.
I took a deep breath at the end - it was just like 'yes it's over'. The 2004 Australian Idol runner up also spoke about the show that catapulted him to fame and how he thinks that it's still relevant. He said, "It's a great launching pad for artists out there. People can bag it; people can say what they want. What's the difference coming from a radio competition or a television soapie?
So it's just another way of getting out there. I started singing at the age of 5, I started gigging at the age of 15 & 16 so it's not like one day I sort of woke up and decided to audition and thought, you know, maybe I can sing. So it's something that I've been wanting to do for many years now and I just saw that as an opportunity and I think you'd be stupid not to take it."
*2004 Australian Idol runner up Anthony Callea was clearly chuffed with the news that his debut single 'The Prayer' is now the highest-selling Australian single of all time. He was even happier to talk about his debut album and its producer Brian Jones.
He said, "He's great to work with and he really guides you through the whole recording process and he makes you feel very comfortable and he gets the best result out of you as well so that's really cool." Of the album he said, "The album's a big mix - there's a few power ballads on there and there's a few songs on there which are the same sort of genre as 'The Prayer' and there's pop tracks on there too so it's a bit of a mixture.
From the word go with the album I've had a lot of an input in that I've chosen all the songs on there and I've co-written a couple. I've had a say in virtually everything that's happening so it's cool."
Posted 23 July 2010 - 07:26 AM
Only 21,500 Kilometres To Go Before The Mcg, Commonwealth Games
By Dewi Cooke
The Commonwealth Games Queen's Baton Relay will enter the final leg of a global tour on Wednesday with the start of a 21,500-kilometre journey around Australia.
Beginning in Penrith, western Sydney, the baton will be carried to Parramatta by members of the public and sporting identities including cricketer Steve Waugh and former Commonwealth Games swimming champion Karen Moras-Stephenson.
Other celebrities who will carry the baton include Jamie Durie, Rove McManus, Dawn Fraser, Nicole Livingstone and Anthony Callea.
The baton will arrive in Australia on Tuesday after a week's tour of New Zealand. It will travel from Sydney to Newcastle and along the east coast of Queensland. It reaches Victoria on February 16.
The baton is fitted with a global positioning system, so its progress can be traced on the internet. A video link will also transmit key moments.
On February 2, the baton, designed by Melbourne firm Charlwood Design, heads west to the mining town of Mount Isa and then on to Alice Springs. It will then be carried on the Ghan railway to arrive in Katherine on February 7. Next it rides the Ghan to Darwin, takes in the northern tip of the country and heads down the coast of Western Australia to Perth, Fremantle, Mandurah and Margaret River.
On February 12, it will arrive in Adelaide and be taken through the Adelaide Hills before reaching Mildura on February 16. But it leaves the state on February 23 at Wodonga and tours the ACT before returning along Victoria's eastern coast on February 28.
On March 10, it will arrive in Hobart. It finally returns to Victoria on March 13.
From Port Melbourne and on through Box Hill and Nunawading, the baton's final stop will be the MCG on March 15.
THE AGE COMMONWEALTH GAMES PHOTO EXHIBITION
WITH just over 50 days to go to the Commonwealth Games The Age tomorrow launches a fascinating photographic exhibition in the Atrium at Federation Square. "The Age of Commonwealth Games" exhibition features 80 stunning photographs drawn from The Age's photographic collection which depict some of the great sporting moments involving Australian teams since the first Games in 1930. The exhibition is free and runs at Federation Square until February 28 6am-midnight daily.
Posted 23 July 2010 - 07:46 AM
Anthony Callea, Rogue Traders & Kelly Clarkson Were IT In 2005!
Pop / Rock
The top40-charts.com site
Sydney, AU (Sony BMG Music Entertainment)
The results are in! Anthony Callea, Rogue Traders and Kelly Clarkson all rocked in 2005 according to POP Republic readers! Anth was named Australian Male Artist of the Year, while Rogues scored the Single of 2005 for 'Voodoo Child' and Kelly picked up Album of the Year for 'Breakaway'. Go team!
The mag wrote that Anthony Callea "proved unstoppable in '05" and that Rogue Traders "were on fire in 2005". As for ARIA chart rocker Kelly Clarkson, POP Republic said "'Breakaway' enjoyed a run of back-to-back smashes in an era where most albums only come with one big hit - & amazingly, she's not done yet."
Check out all the winners at www.poprepublic.tv.
Congratulations Anth, Rogues and Kelly!
Posted 23 July 2010 - 07:47 AM
iTunes Ahoy! Sony BMG Catalogue Now Available in Australia
Yep, that's right - The Sony BMG catalogue has now been added to the iTunes Music Store in Australia, which means that you can now download all your favourite local and international Sony BMG artists from iTunes including Foo Fighters, Rogue Traders, Shannon Noll, Bob Dylan, Franz Ferdinand and Anthony Callea.
"We're delighted to join the iTunes Music Store in Australia," said Denis Handlin, Chairman and CEO, Sony BMG Australia and New Zealand. "There is a great opportunity for digital music to explode in 2006 and we look forward to a long and fruitful relationship with iTunes."
The addition of the Sony BMG catalogue to iTunes equals lots more music for fans! You'll be able to download the latest stuff from local stars like Shannon Noll, Anthony Callea and Human Nature, international artists such as Elvis Presley, Bob Dylan and Avril Lavigne, and music videos from the likes of Anastacia, John Mayer and Alicia Keys.
Additional Sony BMG local favourites coming to iTunes include Pete Murray, John Farnham, Alex Lloyd and Delta Goodrem, and international artists like Destiny's Child, Franz Ferdinand, Oasis, The Strokes, Kelly Clarkson, Bruce Springsteen, Jamiroquai, Eurythmics and Shakira.
The iTunes Music Store will be featuring the exclusive video catalogue of Foo Fighters, a Celebrity Playlist from Delta Goodrem and exclusive tracks from Eurythmics and Rogue Traders.
Stay tuned for lots more exciting Sony BMG exclusives hitting iTunes soon!
Posted 23 July 2010 - 07:56 AM
Sony Bmg Sings Apple's Itunes
By Randolph Ramsay, CNET.com.au
Sony BMG has finally jumped on the iTunes bandwagon, with the music giant today confirming it had added its roster of artists to Apple's Australian on-line music store.
Sony BMG was the only major label not on board when Apple launched the Australian version of iTunes on 25 October 2005. At the time, Apple iTunes vice-president Eddy Cue declined to disclose the reasons behind Sony's absence, but did say licensing negotiations were still ongoing.
In a statement released today, Cue said the addition of Sony BMG would bring iTunes fans "a wide range of great local and international artists". Sony BMG Australia and New Zealand CEO Denis Handlin said his company was "delighted" at joining iTunes Australia. "There is a great opportunity for digital music to explode in 2006 and we look forward to a long and fruitful relationship with iTunes," Handlin said.
Sony BMG's inclusion will add music and videos from artists such as Elvis Presley, Bob Dylan, the Foo Fighters, Destiny's Child, Franz Ferdinand, Oasis, The Strokes, Kelly Clarkson, Bruce Springsteen, Jamiroquai, Eurythmics and Shakira.
Australian artists on Sony's roster includes Shannon Noll, Anthony Callea, Human Nature, Rogue Traders, Pete Murray, John Farnham, Alex Lloyd and Delta Goodrem.
The iTunes Music Store in Australia now features over one million songs at AU$1.69 each, 3,000 music videos for AU$3.39 each, short films from Academy-Award winning Pixar Animation Studios, 11,000 audiobooks and 25,000 Podcasts.
Posted 23 July 2010 - 07:59 AM
New Years Eve Around The Globe
The stars rang in 2006 with a string of NYE performances. For the 34th consecutive year, 'Dick Clark's Rockin' Eve' hit New York's Times Square.
Mariah Carey headlined the festivities, which also saw Dick Clark return to TV for the first time since his stroke over a year ago.
Shakira, Maroon 5 & Fall Out Boy lead the cele-brations across the street at the MTV party.
In Los Angeles, Deborah Cox tore the roof off the Hollywood Palladium, Black Eyed Peas headlined Wilshire Blvd's Giant Village Festival & reunited rockers Buckcherry played the Viper Room.
Twista dropped $US50,000 in cash on the crowd at his Chicago gig, while in Vegas Kanye West & Fantasia ushered in '06 at Aladdin Resort & Casino, Goo Goo Dolls rocked the House Of Blues & Matchbox Twenty reunited for a gig at the Hard Rock Hotel & Casino. & it wouldn't be Sin City without a certain heiress - Paris & sister Nicky's contribution was a dramatic exit from Pure night-club after Paris' underage boyfriend Stavros Niarchos, 19, was refused entry. Hilton had earlier been forced to do the midnight countdown from Tao's restaurant as opposed to Tao club due to her boyfriend's age.
Back home, Anthony Callea & Sophie Monk headlined the Sydney Lord Mayor's party, while the incredible fireworks display stole the show.
Posted 23 July 2010 - 08:00 AM
Aussie acts had reason to cheer in 2005, as they dominated the local charts.
Missy Higgins took out the #1 slot on the end of year ARIA albums chart. 'The Sound Of White' has enjoyed a phenomenal year, reaching 8 x platinum sales.
However, the success story of the year was Anthony Callea. Not only did 'The Prayer' finish up as the #1 ARIA single of the year, the soaring ballad became the top selling Aussie single of all time.
Meanwhile, Kylie Minogue was the year's #1 most broadcast artist on Aussie radio & television. This is the 3rd time in the past 5 years that we couldn't get the pop survivor out of our head.
Posted 23 July 2010 - 08:04 AM
Courier-Mail -BAM section of the,
Shannon Noll talks about the Idol tag, life after Idol, his forthcoming tour and his 2nd album.
The likes of Cosima De Vito, Chanel Cole and Paulini vied with the Series One winner Guy Sebastian and Series Two runner-up ANTHONY CALLEA for a chance to renew old acquaintences and hopefully snag some TV air time. (This comment refers to the ARIAs).
Noll believes both he and CALLEA, who had the best-selling single of last year with The Prayer, have in some ways surpassed the success of their series' winners simply because they are prepared to put in the hard work,
Shannon says, "I toured extensively across the country, nearly 100 shows last year (should that be 2004-5?) off the back of the first single. And I think ANTHONY did the same."
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