John Hogan hit the Country Music scene with a bang in 1988 when he took a gamble and spent his mortgage money to realise a dream. He recorded a song called Brown Eyes that was taught to him by his mother. The song was an instant hit shooting straight into the top ten of the Irish charts. John at the time was working as a Supervisor with the Irish company Bord na Mona in Tullamore, Co. Offaly and the success of the song took him completely by surprise. The song was so popular with radio listeners that they were calling the radio stations wanting to know more about this new voice.
John was signed to Ritz and recorded many albums for them including the Nashville Album, which was recorded in the home of Country music. John was now one of the biggest attractions in the music business in Ireland and was working upto six nights per week. Little did john know that an undiagnosed ear problem was to do serious damage to his voice. John was forced to take a break from the business for 5 years on doctors orders. His return album was called Broken Silence. After that he recorded Where I come from, an album of country standards. John's new album is called The Anniversary album. John is back touring Ireland again with a new band.
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