One of the most successful individuals in the entire history of the Eurovision Song Contest, Johnny Logan first appeared at the event in 1980. He returned to the contest again in 1987, and proved victorious once again, this time with "Hold Me Now." Five years later he was back again as the writer of Linda Martin's winner, "Why Me." A fourth Logan composition, "Terminal Three" (again performed by Martin) finished in the runner-up position in 1984. A chart regular in Ireland (he was born in Australia) and a successful performer and writer across Europe, Logan has also scored a string of non-Eurovision hits. ~ Dave Thompson
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