Thursday, 20th September 2018
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HE IS known and respected for his great talent as a singer and songwriter and has released numerous albums during the years.

He has performed for many of the world’s most famous including Pope John Paul II, Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Phillip.

He has won several awards and appeared on top Television shows throughout Europe, Asia and Australia.

This year he will perform here in Waterford with The Barrack Street Concert Band as their special guest for their annual concert on Friday, 20th October at the fabulous WIT Arena.

Most people know that he is the only singer / songwriter who has managed to win the

Eurovision Song Contest three times.

What a lot of people don’t know is that Johnny is an incredible live performer who has been a professional musician since the age of fourteen.

Unlike many of his contemporaries here in Ireland his Eurovision wins opened the door to Europe for

Johnny and he has fashioned a stellar career for himself all over mainland Europe with No 1 albums and sell out shows in Denmark, Germany, Holland,

Belgium, the UK, Asia and Australia.

His “Hold Me Now” single sold a staggering 6,000,000 copies worldwide!

Johnny Logan has achieved much in his career as a singer and a songwriter but it is as a performer that he truly shines.

Don’t miss this once off opportunity to enjoy the exceptional talent that is Johnny Logan when he performs with Waterford’s finest - The Barrack Street Concert Band, under the baton of their musical director Mark Fitzgerald, on Friday 20th October in the WIT Arena.

Just two weeks to go so get your tickets now on: http://www.eventbrite.ie and search for Barrack Street Concert Band or by contacting band members for information.

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