John Farnham is an English born Australian pop singer who has a net worth of fifteen million. John Farnham came into this world in Dagenham, Essex, England in July 1949. He was a teen idol in the 1960s and 1970s prior to turning an adult contemporary singer. Farnham has mostly been a solo singer however, he was the temporary lead singer of Little River Band through 1982 to 1985. John's solo individual "You're the Voice" hit #1 on the Australian singles chart in 1986. His album Whispering Jack also hit #1 for twenty five weeks and is the highest selling album in Australian heritage. The album as well as the song had overseas success most notably in Sweden. Farnham is the sole Australian artist to have received a #1 record in 5 consecutive years with the singles "Sadie (The Cleaning Lady)", "Raindrops Keep Fallin' on The Head" of mine, and "Age of Reason". He won the 1987 Australian of the entire year, 1996 Officer of the Order of Australia, and nineteen ARIA Awards including being inducted into the Hall of Fame in 2003. He's also came out on point in Australian productions. Twenty studio albums have been released by Farnham.
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