How much is John Farrar worth? - Wondering how wealthy & rich is John Farrar? Or maybe you\u2019re just curious about John Farrar's age, body measurements, height, weight, hair color, eye color, bra & waist size, bio, wiki, wealth and salary?\n\n\n\n\n\n John Farrar (F\u00e2r \/ \u0259 \/) (n. Melbourne, November 8, 1946) is an Australian producer, singer-songwriter and musician who is best known for his work with singer Olivia. Newton-John. Farrar was a member of the group The Shadows. \n \n\nJohn_Farrar's Biography \n Born on November 8, 1946 in Melbourne, Australia, Farrar is notable for writing and producing many of the number one albums and songs of Australian pop singer Olivia Newton-John. \n He started playing the guitar when he was twelve years old and at 16 he started playing in rock bands in his city. \n Soon after he joined The Strangers, he became along with others a member of the Australian version of the band American Bandstand, on the TV show, The Go Show. Both Farrar and Pat Carroll, his future wife, and Olivia Newton-John appeared on The Go Show as soloists once. \n After returning from a tour with Newton-John, he married Carroll. The newlyweds then moved to England, where Farrar became a member of Marvin, Welch & amp; Farrar, a musical group formed by some former members of The Shadows. Marvin, Welch & amp; Farrar published two albums, an album that was titled by the name of the band, in 1971 and Second Opinion (Second Opinion, in English) released in 1972. A third album was finally published with Hank Marvin. \n When The Shadows re-formed the following year to represent the UK at the Eurovision Song Contest, he took part as a second guitarist and singer. Two years earlier that Farrar appeared on the same show as guitarist and singer for Cliff Richard. It appeared later in several albums of The Shadows, as "Rocking with Curly Leads", "Specs Appeal" and "Live at the Paris Olympia" that showed even more his talent as a writer of songs. \n Also during that time, along with Bruce Welch began working on the albums and songs of Newton-John and found considerable success with his version of Bob Dylan If Not for You. With Newton-John singing for MCA Records, Farrar began a prolific career as a songwriter and producer of the successful singer. His participation in the career of the Australian singer produced an avalanche of talented songs that came to win the denomination of gold and platinum. His discography shows an artist with a wide range of styles, from You're the One That I Want to Physical. \n In the mid-'90s he collaborated with Newton-John and lyricist Tim Rice for Cliff Richard's musical Heathcliff based on Emily Bront\u00eb's novel, Wuthering Heights. \n\n\n\nMore Facts about John Farrar\n\nThe John Farrar's statistics like age, body measurements, height, weight, bio, wiki, net worth posted above have been gathered from a lot of credible websites and online sources. But, there are a few factors that will affect the statistics, so, the above figures may not be 100% accurate.