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Thirty (album)

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Anthony Callea Thirty.jpg
Studio album by Anthony Callea
Released26 April 2013 (2013-04-26)
LabelABC Music
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Thirty is the third studio album by Australian recording artist Anthony Callea. It was released on 26 April 2013, by ABC Music.


Thirty is Callea's first studio album signed with ABC Music. The album contains a collection of inspirational songs that embrace the artists and music that had influenced him over the years, as well as some original tracks.[1] Thirty includes ten covers along with two originals, "My All" and "I'll Be the One".

Callea said of the album:

"A lot of these songs I've sung in a live environment, but I've never actually recorded. I wanted to have the opportunity to record them, call the album 'Thirty' and then put a couple of originals on it too. The new songs have been sitting in my iTunes folder for years and I've just been waiting for the right time to have them part of a body of work that I'm really proud of".[2] Callea said that each song on this album has a special significance to him, "These are songs that mean something to me, whether it's melodically or the lyrics behind it or the artist singing it." [3]


Live performances

On 25 April 2013, Callea released a video for his song "My All" which features Tim Campbell.[4] On 2 May 2013, Callea performed "My All" live on Sunrise.[5]

Throughout May, Callea toured Westfield shopping centres in Knox, Liverpool, Castle Hill, Brisbane and Marion to promote the album.[6]


The THIRTY Live in Concert tour saw Callea promote the album with a 7-date tour throughout July and August 2013 performing songs from Thirty to audiences across the East Coast, kicking off 13 July at The Palms at Melbourne's Crown Casino and continuing through NSW and QLD for seven dates in July and August.[6]

Date Location Venue
13 July 2013 Melbourne The Palms at Crown
26 July 2013 Bankstown Bankstown Sports Club
27 July 2013 South Sydney Dee Why RSL
2 August 2013 Sydney South Sydney Juniors
3 August 2013 Newcastle Belmont 16 Foot Sailing Club
9 August 2013 Brisbane Broncos League Club
10 August 2013 Brisbane Twin Town Resort

Track listing

1."Go the Distance"
2."Leave Right Now"
3."My All"
4."Di Sole E D'azzurro"
5."Get Here"
6."Alone" (featuring Susie Ahern)
7."Dance with My Father"
8."I'll Be the One"
9."When You Believe"
10."The Flame"
11."Perfect Fan"
12."Nella Fantasia"


Chart (2013) Peak
Australian Albums (ARIA)[7] 18

Release history

Region Date Format Label
Australia[8][9] 26 April 2013 CD, digital download ABC Music


  1. ^ "Anthony Callea, Latest News". Retrieved 2013-11-13.
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  4. ^ "Anthony Callea-My All". YouTube. Retrieved 13 November 2013.
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  7. ^ " – Anthony Callea – Thirty". Hung Medien. Retrieved 13 November 2013.
  8. ^ "Thirty by Anthony Callea". iTunes Store (Australia). Apple. Retrieved 13 November 2013.
  9. ^ "Thirty by Anthony Callea". Sanity. Retrieved 13 November 2013.
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