INXS Reportedly Call It Quits

November 12th, 2012 8:34am EST

INXS Australian rockers INXS are to split after 30 years, according to reports Down Under.

Drummer Jon Farriss reportedly broke the news to fans at a concert in Perth on Sunday, revealing the concert would be their last.

According to, Farriss admitted he was "getting teary" about taking his final bow.

The Need You Tonight hit-makers started out in Sydney in 1977 and were fronted by Michael Hutchence before his death in 1997.
The band has since worked with singers Jimmy Barnes, Terence Trent D'Arby, Jon Stevens, J.D. Fortune, and Ciaran Gribbin as replacements for the late rocker.

The group had not released an official statement confirming the split as WENN went to press.

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