John Farnham keen to make a comebackMarch 17th, 2009 - 5:51 pm ICT by ANI
Melbourne, Mar 17 (ANI): Legendary singer John Farnham has returned to the recording studio in a bid to make a dazzling comeback.
The biggest selling Australian artist, who took a break from his singing career nearly two years ago, has proceeded with plans to recommence his career.
Farnham and Glenn Wheatley are currently working on the comeback plan.
They were wined and dined by Sony Music Australia boss Denis Handlin on the eve of Farnham’’s historic return to the stage with Coldplay at Saturday’’s Sound Relief concert.
“I am pretty confident we will have a new studio album out from John Farnham this year,” News.com.au quoted Handlin as saying.
Handlin even revealed that Farnham might collaborate with Coldplay to write a song.
Meanwhile, more than 40,000 fans of all ages sang as one when the much-loved Farnham joined Coldplay to sing his signature hit and unofficial Australian anthem You”re The Voice at the benefit event. (ANI)
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