Tim Farris gives thanks to his fans. He is the founding member of the disbanded rock band INXS and he is grateful for all the support he is receiving following severing hid finger in a boating accident, and he said it may be possible he ‘May Never Play Again’. The fifty seven year old Perth, Western Australia native if he does play it may not be properly again, what actually happened is he caught his left hand while operating a winch on his boat in last month.
The musician has undergone two operations at Royal North Shore Hospital in a bid to reattach the finger but his hand has been left permanently damaged, according to his record label.
Describing the situation as ‘horrific’, the star added: “I don’t know if I will be able to play properly again.”
Manger of the band, Chris Murphy,
said Farriss was now undergoing physiotherapy on his hand to help him regain some movement
“He is getting the best possible care and we hope with time he will regain movement in his finger,” he said. “This was a terrible accident, we are all here to support him.”
In a Facebook post, he said:
“I’m overwhelmed by the outpouring of love and well wishes I’m receiving. Thank you all, I’m feeling the love and it’s really helping me get through this nightmare.”
INXS is known for hits such as ‘I Need You Tonight’, ‘Suicide Blonde’ and ‘Never Tear Us Apart’.
More on Farris, he married his high school sweetheart, Bethany Anne (Buffy) Reefman, they have two sons together James and Jake. Also he a very private man and he enjoys enjoys deep-sea fishing, cricket, swimming, tennis, scuba diving, golf and snowboarding.