Ever wondered what it feels like to be at the birth of a new song? How do mere words and melodies marry to complete an emotionally charged piece of music that resonates with people around the world. Snape's "Acoustic Sunday" is a glimpse into that world. An eloquently recorded collection of acoustic performances from Australian artist Anthony Snape, showcasing his immense vocal range and song-writing strength. This is straightforward acoustic pop with a singer-songwriter edge. Artfully captured and emotionally moving Acoustic Sunday takes you into the studio for a one on one session with the artist. With a distribution deal under his belt and the first two singles, "Little Piece of Love" and "Daylight" gaining radio airplay across the country, Anthony set the sails on his Australian tour. Over 300 live shows including opening spots for major Australian artists, led to an invitation to tour the USA. The Anthony Snape back-story recalls years of school productions, local rock bands and a passion that couldn't be satisfied. He worked solidly as a session singer for radio, TV and as a backing vocalist. Resulting in Anthony co-writing and recording the Sydney 2000 Olympic games theme song for the official National Radio Network. He was then invited to perform in the UK where his performance was televised live to an international audience. Along the way a chance encounter with producers Matt Fell and Lindsay Rimes re-aligned the focus. Laying the foundation for a straight down the line pop rock record with Anthony's guitar and vocals, backed by a hot band and a fresh studio sound. Delivering more than just commercial appeal, "Disappearing Day" reveals a depth and maturity that strikes at the heart of the listener. With his fan base increasing, Anthony went on to win numerous awards (2x MusicOz award winner, Rising Star winner, ASA awards). In 2008, Anthony landed his first American TV placement. "Walking" from his debut album featured on the top rating NBC program 'The Biggest Loser 5'. It was broadcast into millions of American homes and aired around the world. In the same year, he released his Acoustic Sunday recordings and embarked on an American tour opening for guitar virtuoso Tommy Emmanuel. From the East Coast to the West Coast and North to South, Anthony's music and live charismatic onstage performance crossed 18 states and exposed his music to more than 20,000 new fans.