John Farnham: Finding The Voice gets Monday premiere on Seven

The Seven Network is thrilled to announce the Australian television premiere of the box office smash hit, John Farnham: Finding The Voice, in two weeks’ time

John Farnham: Finding The Voice celebrates Australia’s greatest singer and his journey from the suburbs of Melbourne to 1960s pop fame, through life’s highs and lows, ultimately to record-breaking success as “Australia’s Voice”.

This first authorised biopic features John Farnham, Olivia Newton-John, Jimmy Barnes, Celine Dion, Robbie Williams, Daryl Braithwaite, Richard Marx, Glenn Wheatley, Gaynor Wheatley, David Hirschfelder, James Farnham, Robert Farnham, Jill Farnham, Paul Dainty and more, as it tracks the personal and public journey that has made Farnham Australia’s greatest and most beloved musical artist, with 1986’s Whispering Jack still the highest-selling Australian album of all time.

Since its cinema release on 18 May, the critically acclaimed film has become the highest Australian grossing feature length documentary of all-time and the fourth biggest grossing feature length documentary in Australia ever.

Critics have described the powerful documentary as “must-see”, “enthralling”, and “inspiring”, a story with “laughter, tears, love and rock’n’roll” and a great tribute to Farnham’s “talent, tenacity and his gift for making and keeping friends”.

Do yourself a favour and don’t miss this emotional tribute to the extraordinary life of an Aussie pop icon – John Farnham: Finding The Voice, Monday, 24 July on Channel 7 and 7plus.

Sony Pictures Releasing International presents and Screen Australia presents, in association with Screen NSW, in association with VIC Screen, a Beyond Oz (a Banijay company) production in association with Blink TV – John Farnham: Finding The Voice – from Executive Producers Mikael Borglund, Martin Fabinyi and Paul Clarke, Director Poppy Stockell and Writers Poppy Stockell and Paul Clarke.

Premieres 7.30pm Monday, 24 July on Channel 7 and 7plus


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