Johnny Logan releases album on Danish label

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Johnny Logan has released a new album on the Danish Scanbox-label. It is the second consecutive album that he releases in Denmark; his last (Christmas-)album was released by Sony Denmark.

The album is entitled We all need love and, apart from the audio CD, also contains a bonus DVD. It contains a segment of five songs at a concert of Johnny Logan's at Værket in Randers, Denmark on 10th August 2003, as well as an interview with the triple Eurovision winner.

Of the all in all four songs that Johnny Logan has entered to the Eurovision Song Contest two are to be found on the DVD; his winning song from 1980, What's another year, and the song he penned for Linda Martin for the 1992 contest, Why me?.
The album is relased by Scanbox Entertainment Denmark A/S and the UPC (Universal Product Code) is 82203.

Johnny Logan (real name Seán Patrick Michael Sherrard) was born on 15th May, 1954 in Frankston, Australia, to Irish parents. When he was five his family moved to Ireland, and Johnny Logan still had Australian citizenship when he won the 1980 contest.

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