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1967

(29th) John performs with Strings Unlimited at Cohuna Town Hall and is noticed by Darryl Sambell who shortly after offers John his first contract


1968

John performs at the Woodville Indusfair (SA) to 5000 screaming fans


1969

(15th) The first ever Johnny Farnham TV special was screened on television


1973

John is officially presented with his award for the 1972 'Victoria's Youth of The Year' at a family fun day at the Caribbean Gardens in Scoresby

(11th) John marries Jlllian Billman

(14th) 'Everything Is Out Of Season' is released


1975

(6th) Hosts Countdown


1976

John goes on holiday to the U.S.A. and has the chance to sit in on a recording session with his hero, Stevie Wonder


1981

John is backup arist for his idol, Stevie Wonder on Stevie's Australian tour


1983

(4th) John meets Prince Charles and Princess Diana


1985

(26th) LRB perform at the Bayfront Arena, St. Petersburg, Florida, USA


1986

(18th) Performs with Laura Brannigan at the TV Week Logies


1987

(28th) 'Whispering Jack In Concert is screened on Channel 10. It tops the ratings

'You're The Voice' goes to No.1 in Germany


1996

(6th) John performs at a charity show at Scarborough beach in W.A


1999

(13th) Media launch of 'I Can't Believe He's 50 tour at Jack's Bar, Melbourne's Crown Casino

(14th) John appears on the 'Today Show' Channel 9

(19th) John is interviewed on Channel V by Molly Meldrum

(21st) John is a special guest on The Panel - Channel 10 and performs Everytime You Cry

John appears on the Channel 7 show, 'Denise'


2000

(27th) Australian rock legends, John and manager Glenn Wheatley are unveiled as the new faces and voice of Telstra MobileNet.

(30th) John is a guest co-presenter on the TV Week Logie Awards. He is in return presented with a letter of appreciation by Major General Peter Cosgrove for his efforts in Dili.

The first of a series of Telstra Mobilenet advertisements airs on television


2003

The Last TimeTour - Under The Big Top Performances:

(4th) Canberra - Opposite Quetacon In The Parlimentary Zone

(5th) Canberra - Opposite Quetacon In The Parlimentary Zone

(6th) Canberra - Opposite Quetacon In The Parlimentary Zone

(8th) Wollongong - J.J. Kelly Park

(9th) Wollongong - J.J. Kelly Park

(10th) Wollongong - J.J. Kelly Park

(13th) Bathurst - Learmonth Park

(16th) Dubbo - Ollie Robins Oval

(17th) Dubbo - Ollie Robins Oval

(19th) Tamworth - Gipps Street Oval

(20th) Tamworth - Gipps Street Oval

(24th) Port Macquarie - West Port Park

(25th) Port Macquarie - West Port Park

(26th) Port Macquarie - West Port Park


2005

(24th) John Farnham & Tom Jones Together In Concert DVD is released


2009

(8th) You're the Voice, is back in the charts for the first time in 22 years entering the top 100 at No. 84 this week via download sales


2015

Two Strong Hearts Tour with Olivia Newton John:

(4th) - Sandalford Winery, Margaret River, WA

(8th) - Rod Laver Arena, Melbourne

(11th) - Adelaide Entertainment Centre

(14th) - Brisbane Entertainment Centre

(18th) - Tempus Two Winery, Hunter Valley, NSW

(19th) - Qantas Credit Union Arena (formerly Sydney Entertainment Centre)


(23rd) Performed at the charity concert, River4Ward, Crown Riverwalk, Melbourne


2017

(8th) Hope Rocks, Hope Estate, Polkolbin (Hunter Valley), NSW

(9th) Red Hot Summer Tour, Kiama, NSW

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