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THE VOICE INSIDE: John Farnham to release candid memoir

John Farnham’s highly anticipated memoir The Voice Inside will get its official release this November.

Collaborating with acclaimed writer and director Poppy Stockell, Farnham’s memoir promises an intimate journey through the highs and lows of his remarkable career.

From humble beginnings in Melbourne to becoming a pop sensation in the swinging sixties, and later achieving unparalleled success with the iconic album Whispering Jack in 1986, Farnham’s story is one of triumph, resilience, and unyielding passion for music.

Yet, beyond the glitz and glamour of stardom lies a tale of adversity and perseverance. The memoir delves into Farnham’s courageous battle against financial ruin, the setback of a stalled career, and the devastating blow of a diagnosis of mouth cancer in 2022, coupled with the loss of his dear friend and manager Glenn Wheatley.

Through these challenges, Farnham emerges as a testament to the indomitable human spirit, his unwavering musical talent, and his ability to forge profound connections through his artistry.

“Having been asked many times, it finally felt like the right time to sit down and tell my story,” Farnham said.

“It is a very strange feeling looking back on my life, on the good and the bad, and now that I have started, it is all rushing back.

I hope the book engages and entertains because that’s what so much of my life has been about.”

The Voice Inside by John Farnham with Poppy Stockell is slated for publication in all formats this November 2024. You can pre-order the book here.