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1949

(1st) John Peter Farnham is born at Mile End Hospital in Stepney, London, England

1967
Two members of Strings Unlimited leave and the band decides to call it a day

1968
(24th) 'Rose Coloured Glasses' is released

1970
(25th) Looking Through A Tear album is released
Happening '70 show is a four hour tribute to Johnny

1971
(3rd) Acapulco Sun' is released
Goes to London for 3 weeks
Can't get a hotel room in Copenhagen so sleeps in the chairs at the Airport until the morning flights resume

1974
(6th) Pippin opens at Her Majesty's Theatre, Adelaide
(28th) 'It's Magic' a variety show with Colleen Hewitt screens for the first time

1975
(1st) Performs alongside Bobby Limb, Dawn Lake, Johnny Young & The Young Talent Team in 'Night Of The Stars'
at Festival Theatre, Adelaide.

1976
John hosts 'Opportunty Knocks'

1977
(17th) John officially opens the headquarters for the Victorian Deserted Children's Association

1980
(18th) John performs at the 'Princes Trust' concert in London
(21st) 'Help' is released

1981
(1st) Performs in 'The Show' at the Festival Theatre, Adelaide

1988
(24th) John performs at World Expo '88 where 'Age Of Reason' is heard for the first time
(25th) 'Age Of Reason' is released and both the album and single debut at No.1 and remained for 8 weeks

1989
(31st) 'Communication' is released

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998
(25th) Denmark concert at Langelands Festival
(27th) London concert at Shepherds Bush Empire

1993
John is s special guest on The Late Show - ABC TV

1999
(1st) John is presented with the 'key to the city' by the Lord Mayor of Melbourne
(1st) 'Live At The Regent Theatre' is recorded and Collins Street in Melbourne is closed for a street party
(1st) A live telecast of the 'Regent Theatre' concert is cancelled in favour of Wimbeldon
(4th) I Can't Believe He's 50 Tour continues, Burswood Entertainment Centre, WA
(5th) John's birthday concert, 'Live At The Regent Theatre' is shown nationally
(7th-8th) I Can't Believe He's 50 Tour continues, Melbourne Park
John competes in the '1999 NCHA Summer Cutting Spectacular' in Fort Worth, Texas.

2000
(17th)'Trying To Live My Life Without You' is released
(25th) 'Trying To Live My Life Without You' debuts on the ARIA charts at No.47

2001
(4th) Victor Chang Cardiac Research Institute - Command Performance
Sydney Convention and Exhibition Centre
(7th) The Main Event - with Olivia Newton-John and Anthony Warlow
Darwin - Football Park Marrara NT

2003
(31st) John is awarded for his outstanding success on the ARIA charts for The Last Time album.

2004
(17th) John performs at the Kids Under Cover Ball at the Palladium Room at Crown Casino, Melbourne


2005

(21st) John performs at Bec Cartwright and Lleyton Hewitt's wedding reception. Lleyton sings a duet with John.

   
   
Young John
 
Sheet Music
 
Communication 45
 
Trying To Live My Life Without You CD
 
Kids Under Cover