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In fact, Anthony Callea expressed the sentiment of the LGBT community in Australia, saying that it’s “a very sad situation” that the country is one of the last nations in the West to legalize same-sex marriage.
And the main reason why Anthony Callea is so eager to make same-sex marriage legal in Australia is because he feels “sorry” for younger kids in the country.
@Kinky Boots Oz @Bridges PRAust @Anthony Callea @Tim Campbell Twit @JOY949 @michaelcassel pic.twitter.com/ty X7hlra Vg — Cabaret Room JOY 949 (@Cabaret Room JOY) October 25, 2016In a recent interview, Anthony Callea, who married his boyfriend, Tim Campbell, in New Zealand two years ago, shared his thoughts about the upcoming plebiscite, which would cost taxpayers at least 0 million and has already become one of the most controversial topics in Australia.
Anthony Callea also added that he doesn’t really care whether the Australian government recognizes his marriage with Campbell or not, but they are legally married and have a marriage certificate, and that’s all that matters.
Vinyl albums comprised 29 percent of total physical shipments at retail value – their highest share since the mid-1980s.
Denis Handlin, ARIA Chairman and Chairman and CEO of Sony Music Entertainment Australia and New Zealand (pictured above), was enthusiastic about the positive results and warned that protection of copyright was essential to maintain that growth.
Muster Chairman Greg Cavanagh said the choice of this year’s charity partner was driven by the disproportionate impact prostate cancer has in rural and regional areas.
"One in five men will be diagnosed with prostate cancer by the age of 85, and statistics tell us the survival rate for those living in regional areas is 21 percent lower than anywhere else.
1 in 11 years, after his self-titled album debuted in first place in 2005.Currently, four million people in Australia and New Zealand – or one in eight – are monthly subscribers to a streaming service, according to figures released late last year by APRA AMCOS.Australian and New Zealand artists earned million in royalties from streaming in the year to date, a 127 percent rise. RETURN TO TOP THURSDAY, APRIL 12, 2018 Gympie announces 2018 charity partner The Gympie Music Muster has announced the Prostate Cancer Foundation of Australia as its major charity beneficiary from this year's event.However, there are counter-arguments that the methods of counting an album’s success are outdated. In the year of 2016, there are numerous options, both legal and illegal, of how to measure the success of music albums.Downloading an album from Torrent sites should also count, just like streaming music via You Tube and other streaming services.ARIA called this “a remarkable performance given the revenue from this segment of the market was negligible just five years ago.” Streaming is counted as part of digital figures, up 19.7 percent to total revenues of 4.5 million.Digital albums fell 27.6 percent to .5 million, and digital tracks dropped 24.6 percent to .1 million."Music fans today can access their favourite artists across a multitude of formats from vinyl in their local record store to streaming services on their phones and smart speakers."Our business will continue to evolve, and we must remain vigilant to ensure that the growth is sustainable in an increasingly global and digital marketplace." The growth of the local music industry depends on how successfully streaming services can draw in more paid subscribers.In 2016, the industry’s growth was pegged at five percent.Last year was the first year that revenue from music streaming services (at 3 million) accounted for more than half (54 percent) of the overall market.