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Johnny Logan

Johnny Logan's real name is Seán Patrick Michael Sherrard and he was born near Melbourne, Australia on May 13, 1954. His father was a very well known Irish tenor, Patrick O'Hagan, who performed three times at The White House, for John F. Kennedy, Lyndon B. Johnson and Richard Nixon.

Johnny Logan won the Eurovision Song Contest three times for Ireland, so far. “What's Another Year” composed by Shay Healy won in the Netherlands in 1980. “Hold Me Now” which Johnny wrote himself, won in 1987 in Brussels. In 1992 in Sweden he won as a composer with “Why Me” sung by Linda Martin.

Johnny is very popular in Germany, The Netherlands and Denmark.