The legendary Australian performer, whose comeback smash from the 1980s, “You’re the Voice,” is regarded as the unofficial national anthem, John Farnham is diagnosed with cancer. The 73-year-old performer is appreciative of having access to “the absolute best expert healthcare professionals,” he says.’
John Farnham is diagnosed with cancer
The legendary Australian singer John Farnham is diagnosed with cancer and is having surgery in a hospital in Melbourne. The family of the 73-year-old entertainer issued a statement confirming the cancer diagnosis and current course of treatment.
“So many people deal with receiving a cancer diagnosis daily, and countless others have traveled this route before me,” the singer stated. “I can say with certainty that Victoria is home to the top specialists in healthcare, and we should all be thankful for that. Indeed, I am.”
With the sale of more than 1.6 million copies of his 1986 album Whispering Jack, Farnham is one of Australia’s most popular musicians. In 1987, he was named Australian of the Year. Throughout his five-decade career, he has won 19 ARIA awards.
Singer Olivia Newton-John, who passed away earlier this month in California from cancer, was also close friends with Farnham. Together, Farnham and Newton-John had a number-one album in 2015 and performed at a 2020 event to raise money for bushfire relief.
Net Worth of John Peter Farnham
According to Celebrity Net worth, Australian pop artist John Farnham, who was born in England, has a 15-million-dollar fortune.
According to a statement from his family, John Farnham is diagnosed with cancer and is currently having surgery in Melbourne. The Australian singer is well-known for his numerous hit songs.
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