Singer, song writer, Anthony Zarb is one of six brothers, all entertainers. Anthony entered the world of entertainment in 2003 alongside brother Johnny, and supported by brothers Matt and Jed as the closing act for the Keith Armitage songwriters show in Newcastle, and since, has performed on numerous stages up and down the east coast of Australia. Opportunities and experiences include; Opening the entertainment for the 2010 New Years Day celebrations at Harrington NSW, a live broadcast interview with his brother Matt on ABC radio Tamworth, and fleetingly accompanied brothers Matt and Pauly on the main stage of the Gympie Muster. Although only fleeting, these moments, experiences and opportunities fuelled his love for playing and performing his original music. It has been these moments that further forged Anthony’s passion and desire to present his own stories and experiences through his original music as a soloist. Anthony has been revelling in the opportunities to open for bands such as the RADIATORS and GANGajang, and most recently has had fun performing originals live on Bucketts Radio at Gloucester. And again was the opening act for the Harrington New Years Day Celebrations for 2011. Anthony has provided entertainment for the Cancer Councils “Relay For Life” and “The Biggest Morning Tea” and originals and covers for the International Gymnastics Performance Team Gala Dinner held at the Taree PCYC in August this year to more than 260 ticketed guest. Mothers Day of 2012 saw Anthony performing with his brothers and niece in the first ever Zarb Family Concert.
Within Musical Theatre, Anthony won the role of Judge Turpin in the Sondheim musical Sweeney Todd. Presented by the Blue Mountains Musical Society he was honoured to find himself performing alongside members of the Sydney Symphony Choir.
In 2016 Anthony took to the stage of the Wokingham Street Concert singing alongside brothers Matt and Pauly Zarb, getting to perform original music. He continued to perform as a singer song/writer in venues around Sydney and the Blue Mountains.
Anthony has always loved telling a tales in the form of a song. However! Storytelling is storytelling, and accordingly Anthony has illustrated and written a tale in the form of a children’s book. Arlo’s Treasure. Upon submission to numerous publishing companies Arlo’s Treasure was picked by two publishing companies based in London which was an honour, although he has chosen to use locally based Publisher in the Blue Mountains