New John Farnham documentary Finding the Voice seeks the singer’s blessing

New John Farnham documentary Finding the Voice seeks singer’s blessing as he dives into his ‘epic life’

John Farnham is the subject of a new documentary – and the filmmakers hope for his blessing.

The film, titled Finding the Voice, delves into the singer’s history, director Poppy Stockell says.

“He’s had an epic, epic life,” said Poppy The Herald Sun on Saturday.

Coming soon: John Farnham (pictured) is the subject of a new documentary – and the filmmakers hope for his blessing. The film, Finding the Voice, delves into the singer’s history, says director Poppy Stockell

“The more I delve into his story, the more I discovered what a hero story it is,” she added.

She added that she is “in talks” with the pop star’s manager, Glenn Wheatley, in hopes of securing his involvement.

“John is incredibly private and enjoys his life out of the limelight,” admitted Poppy.

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History: “He’s had an epic, epic life,” Poppy told The Herald Sun on Saturday. Pictured in 1989

“I think people will love him even more than they realized. It is also a reflection of Australian society over the past 50 years. John’s story is really our story.’

Last year, the longtime manager of Australian music icon John taunted anti-lockdown protesters after they performed one of his biggest hits at a rally.

A small group gathered at Chadstone Shopping Center in the south east of the city in September, where about 50 protesters lined up outside the Coles supermarket and saw Farnham’s number one hit of the 1980s and the Australian anthem ‘You’re The Voice’ ‘ sang.

enthusiastic?  She added that she is

enthusiastic? She added that she is “in talks” with the pop star’s manager, Glenn Wheatley, in hopes of securing his involvement. ‘John is incredibly private and enjoys his life out of the limelight,’ admitted Poppy

Farnham’s manager Glenn Wheatley condemned the use of the music icon’s songs in anti-lockdown protests, adding that it was against the legendary artist’s wishes.

“It’s something that John and I don’t approve of, the use of that number, especially at a time in Melbourne where we’re closed on stage four,” Wheatley said. The age.

You’re The Voice was Australia’s biggest hit in 1986, and in 2018 was ranked sixth on radio station Triple M’s ‘Oznest 100’ of most Australian songs of all time.

Icon: 'I think people will love him even more than they realized.  It is also a reflection of Australian society over the past 50 years.  John's story is really our story' said Poppyppy

Icon: ‘I think people will love him even more than they realized. It is also a reflection of Australian society over the past 50 years. John’s story is really our story’ said Poppyppy

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