13 May-Johnny Logan

Johnny Logan is an award winning singer and composer. He is considered to be the most successful Eurovision Song contestant of all time. Often referred to a ‘Mr Eurovision’, Logan has had a successful career as an entertainer spanning four decades.

Johnny Logan was born Seán Patrick Michael Sherrard in Frankston, Victoria, Australia in 1954. His parents were from Ireland. When he was three years old, Logan moved with his family to Ireland. Interested in music from a young age he was playing the guitar and composing songs by the time he was thirteen years old.

In 1980 Johnny Logan won the Eurovision Song Contest with the song ‘What’s Another Year’. Singing his own composition ‘Hold Me Now’, he won the contest again in 1987. In 1992 he had his third win as the composer of the song ‘Why Me?’ During his career, Logan has released a large number of singles and almost 20 albums. He continues to write songs, perform live and make television appearances.

Johnny Logan, award winning singer and performer who is considered the most successful Eurovision Song contestant of all time, was born in the year 1954 On This Day.

Johnny Logan




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