John Farnham Tickets
John Peter Farnham (born July 1, 1949, Dagenham, Essex, United
Kingdom), is an Australian pop singer. He has remained one of Australia's
best-known performers over a career spanning more than 30 years. He is
the only Australian artist to have a number one record in five
consecutive decades. From 1981 until 1984, he fronted the Little River Band. This was a move away from cabaret and into
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His first commercially-successful recording was a novelty song entitled "Sadie the Cleaning Lady", in 1968, which sold 180 000 copies in Australia, the largest-selling single by an Australian artist of the decade.
Farnham's 1986 solo album, Whispering Jack, would go on to become the biggest-selling album in Australia in the 80s, and one of the most successful of all time, selling over one million copies and remaining the number one album on the Australian ARIA Charts for 27 weeks. The single, "You're the Voice", was also a number one hit in several European countries. The album is probably best described as pop-rock, with Farnham's powerful voice soaring over well-written songs.
Farnham released several more albums throughout the 1990s to considerable success, though not to the same degree as Whispering Jack. With albums, such as "Chain Reaction", "Then Again" and "Romeo's Heart", Farnham continued to show his versatility.
John Farnham went on a concert tour with Olivia Newton-John and Anthony Warlow in "The Main Event". Millions around the world also watched as Farnham sang "Dare To Dream" with Olivia Newton-John at the Sydney 2000 Olympic Games. Farnham also frequently performs with good friend Tom Jones.
In 2002, Farnham released a new album, The Last Time, and held a countrywide concert tour, taking a circus-style tent to smaller towns. As the title suggested, this was to be Farnham's last major tour, but the singer, from the start, insisted that he was going to work live and hit the road for short periods of time again. He broke Australian touring records, performing with his 10-piece band from November to June 2003, becoming the seventh most profitable touring act in the world.