John Farnham’s Fire Fight Rendition Of ‘You’re The Voice’ Will Make You Weep

Prepare for goosebumps.

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Last night, an estimated 75,000 people gathered in Sydney’s ANZ Stadium for bushfire relief concert Fire Fight Australia.

A truly bonkers amount of acts lined up to take part in the 10-hour gig, including Queen and Adam Lambert, k.d lang, Daryl Braithwaite, Olivia Newton-John, Grinspoon, Conrad Sewell, Delta Goodrem, Alice Cooper, Amy Shark, Tina Arena, Illy, 5 Seconds of Summer, Icehouse, and so, so many more.

Tickets for the mammoth event sold out in less than a day — all up, more than $9 million was raised for the caused.

There were plenty of tug-at-heartstrings moments during the night — k.d lang sang her classic version of ‘Hallelujah’, for gods sake — but, of course, the biggest moment came in the form of John ‘Bagpipe King’ Farnham’s iconic 1986 track ‘You’re The Voice’.

He was helped out by old mate Newtown-John, Queen guitarist Brian May, and Indigenous artist Mitch Tambo, who sung the second verse in Gamilaraay. At the end, they were joined on stage by a number of volunteer firefighters, who looked not a little overwhelmed by the scene of 75,000 people screaming the words at the top of their lungs.

Watch the footage below.