Double-sided hit with Friday Kind Of Monday
Johnny Farnham: enduring Melbourne pop star whose career took off after his first single, the neo-vaudeville novelty Sadie The Cleaning Lady, was skilfully publicised and became the best-selling Australian single of the 60s. He had a run of hits into the first half of the 70s, and branched out into TV and stage drama.
In the early 80s, by then known as John Farnham, he had a further hit with a
powered-up version of the Beatles’ Help, and he fronted the Little River Band for a time. His real career revival came
in 1986 with the hugely popular contemporary album Whispering Jack and its three hit singles including the #1 You’re The Voice.