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Marita Norrbacka Jansson from Graengesberg wrote on 17. September 2017 at 14:07:
Yes, I know that the stars, the moon, the forest, and the whole universe here in Sweden, have enjoyed your wonderful voice and music! I hope and wish you will be here again soon. So that I also have the opportunity to share it with Sweden. I'm a true optimist and I'm hoping you'll be here soon. Hug
Mieke Pozzolo from Zwevezele wrote on 10. September 2017 at 19:25:
Dear Sean,
Thank you for this fantastic concert last friday. You made the sun shine in my hart while the rain was pouring down.Love Mieke xxx.πŸ˜˜πŸ€
Margitta from Wuppertal wrote on 9. September 2017 at 11:45:
Dear Sean/Johnny, what a wonderful time with you in Essen. Every concert and every meeting with you is so particularly. Even after more than 60 concerts it is always pure joy. Thank you so much for very many special moments and also for many wonderful acquaintances and friendships with other fans. I love every song of the new CD, but "Forever and a day" and "It is what it is" are my absolute favorites.Playing live on stage with your wonderful band time has got no place to go..:-)
Always looking forward to see you again.
Anne from Dundalk wrote on 7. September 2017 at 23:17:
Your put on a fab performance in Vicar Street last Friday Johnny...sounding better than ever. Silver trousers are the must have item now for one's autumn wardrobe!!!! I hope it wont be another years wait before you're back in Ireland to entertain us again.
Lisa from Dundalk wrote on 6. September 2017 at 13:01:
My dearest Johnny, thank you so much for an amazing gig in Vicar Street on Friday night, it’s a pity I couldn’t get to Saturday night too. I have loved you forever and a day and I am ashamed to say that Friday was my first ever gig. It was the best few hours of my life and time I will treasure forever and always. You are an amazing performer, singer and crowd pleaser. I loved loved the silver trousers and seeing you in them is a beautiful image that is engraved in my head forever (the leather ones are still my favourite). You made my night even better when at one stage I was the only person standing and I waved at you and you waved back at me. I have been smiling since then and I look forward to when you are in Ireland again, will it be any time soon???? Please say you will be. I couldn’t believe when the gig was over. I knew after waiting all those years that I would have to meet you so after queuing for over an hour and thank you for hanging around so long to meet everyone my time came. Some man took our photo but it came out very fuzzy so I hope to get a better one with you the next time you gig. I asked you for a hug and thankfully said yes and I will treasure that always. I am loving the new album.
All my love, hugs and kisses. I wish you all the best in your life to my favourite heart throb in the world from Lisa.
Mary Kearns from New town mount Kennedy, co Wicklow. Ireland wrote on 3. September 2017 at 23:10:
Sean was great to have you back playing at home again. Your two nights in vicar street Dublin Ireland were fantastic. We sang, danced and had a brilliant time. Met you in bar before gig and my friend from Canada got snap with you. Then met you after at your meet and greet. Great idea. You look and sound amazing. Hope you come home soon again as look forward to seeing you. Your new CD is great. Love forever and a day. Love Mary xxxxπŸ’πŸ’πŸ’žπŸ’πŸ’πŸ’žπŸ’πŸ’πŸ’žπŸ’πŸ’
Sonia wrote on 3. September 2017 at 13:03:
Went to see you in Vicar Street on Fri, it was a night filled with nostalgia and pride, you entertained with such charm, humour and good will. We are still buzzing! Our last time to see you was in Bundoran in the 80's - we certainly wont leave it as long to see you again!
You really are our National Treasure Johnny β˜˜οΈπŸ’ž
Husband from Dublin wrote on 2. September 2017 at 15:34:
Hi Johnny
Myself and my wife are going to your concert tonight in Dublin. We are really looking forward to it. My wife recently had a significant birthday and this was the present she wanted was to see you in concert. If you see this could you wish her a happy birthday. Her name is Deirdre MCDermott. She is such a massive fan and it would make her decade.
Noreena langdon from Galway wrote on 1. September 2017 at 20:56:
Hi johnny just want to wish u well with your concerts in dublin I am sad I can not go to c u pity u can't get to galway best wishes noreena xxx
Ilse Thaens from Bree Belgium wrote on 1. September 2017 at 13:56:
Hello mr Logan,
I didn't know what I heard last Sunday On Yesterdayland , when you introduced your new album and single " IT is what it is ". Because these where exact my mother's last words when she died last april. So eveytime I listen to your song , it will remind me of my mother, thank you for that ! For always in my heart, Yours truely, Ilse.
Carina from Sverige wrote on 31. August 2017 at 22:59:
Hi Sean!
Hope all is well with you.
I have asked you so many times when you come to Sweden for a gig and now when you finally arrive on 15/9 I can not come ... I will be at the hospital at that time after the doctors did a big surgery on me . Anne - Lee can not come either because the tickets are sold out 3 weeks ago which is so sad when the gig is very close to her home town. Hope you will soon be back to Sweden so we'll have a second chance to see you here.
hugs from
Shine on My friend 😍
Valerie B from Stadel wrote on 31. August 2017 at 21:21:
Hi Johnny ,
Thanks for the starstruck moment at dublin airport! My husband keeps bugging me about the footballer who took our photo. Ive much to my embarrassment forgotten his name. Ps you look smashing in the photo. Ide be happy to pass it on to you. My business is up and running as from now on! Please do drop me a line if you feel like it.
In any case i wish you a repeat success of 30 years ago. Yours looks are cooler and the voice still perfect. Really glad i got to meet you. All the best val from Switzerland!
Mary Kearns from New town mount Kennedy, co Wicklow. Ireland wrote on 30. August 2017 at 23:43:
Hi Sean,
Only 2 nights to your 2 gig's in vicar street in Dublin. I am going to both gig's. Can't wait. See you soon.
Lisa from Dundalk wrote on 29. August 2017 at 15:43:
Hi Johnny

Looking forward to seeing you on Friday night in Vicar Street. Will do be doing a meet and greet as I would love to get a photo with you?

All the best, love and best wishes.
Margitta from Wuppertal wrote on 27. August 2017 at 21:23:
Dear Johnny, what a strange gig in Bobbejanland today. No guitar, the wrong order of songs and a mass of hysteric people attacking you after the concert. I am afraid, that was no fun. But nevertheless we were so happy to see and hear you again. Had been a little bit sad, we could not talk to each other today, but hope for more luck in Essen in two weeks. Sometimes it is what it is....:-) Shine on, we love you
anretha mertens from papendrecht the netherlands wrote on 23. August 2017 at 17:31:
dear johnny,

sinds a was a girl and you won the the first time th eeurivison contest i like you very much.
now i am awomanof 50 years and stil i love youre music en you still looking great

lover you
Marita Norrbacka Jansson from Graengesberg wrote on 22. August 2017 at 20:56:
Sitting and listening to you and Molly Malone! You're as amazing then like now! πŸ™‚
Michaela Hebben from Coesfeld wrote on 18. August 2017 at 14:54:
Hi Johnny,

we are looking forward to your concert in Essen in September and we hope we can speak a few words to you and we can take a new photo with you!

Greetings from your twins Melanie & Michaela! (& Gitta!)
Anni Jowett from Nottingham , uk wrote on 12. August 2017 at 20:40:
Hi Johnny, it was so great to be at Allsang pΓ₯ grensen and have the chance to meet you! I want to share a little thing I was inspired to write this morning...
"As a young girl I watched the Eurovision Song Contest and was captivated by the smooth, gentle voice and face of a charming Irishman with steely blue eyes. I was completely in love, what's another year? Well I had to wait another seven before he could hold me now, once more! But this man, dressed in white is who ignited my passion for the Eurovision Song Contest. Why me? I guess I just adore tall men with musicality, a talent to entertain and sweep us off our feet. Many years passed, every year I'd watch ESC dreaming of another Johnny Logan.
Then one day out of the blue, 22 years later, my fairytale came true. A young man set the Eurovision stage on fire again for me. A young man with many, many strings to his bow and chocolate coloured eyes that if you look directly into... you literally drown (you have been officially warned). Alexander Rybak sparkled and captured many of the hearts in Europe including my own, just as Johnny did years ago when he was younger!
At that point in my life I'd never travelled abroad alone. I couldn't speak or understand a word of Norwegian. Now times have changed og det har jeg ogsΓ₯ and I'm addicted to flying over Europe skies. (In fact my first solo flight was SAS from Heathrow terminal three, flight was on time!)
So on 9th July 2017 my two worlds collided, sparks flew and my dream came true, Johnny Logan sang the start of Fairytale with Mr Rybak on violin, and Alexander Rybak sang in a duet with Mr Logan on "Hold me now " in the Norwegian TV summer show Allsang pΓ₯ Grensen. Now, that alone would have been enough to completely blow my mind. But I was actually present for the recording in Norway. I also had the great privilege to get a photo sandwich and a chat with both of them together before the show. We were blessed with fantastic seats for the performance, which meant a couple of times Johnny sang straight into my doting eyes, something I will remember forever and a day. They both got my heart, when they raised me up to stand on the Fredriksten fortress and I have a memory that will stay with me forever, in love. I think these words are more than enough.
Tusen hjertelig takk til Allsang pΓ₯ Grensen, artists and crew who made this journey possible and my dreams come true. Stor takk til Kari, for joining me on this epic adventure. And finally to my husband Dave, for being totally reasonable about sharing his wife's heart with two other legends!
"It is What it is" real life "Fairytales".
Marita Norrbacka jansson from GrΓ€ngesberg wrote on 10. August 2017 at 21:17:
Hello again! You owned the scene yesterday, with your performance of Forever and a day! Now I will always love Norway! Thank you and hug from a Swedish fan
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