Irish tenor who spent considerable time in Australia and starred in the Australian television series 'Patrick O'Hagan Sings' in the late 1950s to mid 1960s; Born 1924, died in 1993. Father of Australian-born Irish singer and composer Johnny Logan. Variations: Viewing All Patrick O'Hagan.
Patrick O'Hagan Sings was an Australian television series starring the Irish tenor. It was produced by station ATN-7 in November 1958, and began being broadcast in early 1959. Unlike most Australian-produced series of the era, which were live, Patrick O'Hagan Sings was produced directly on film, with a total of 26 episodes made, each of which was designed to fit in a quarter-hour time-slot. Patrick O'Hagan sang songs in the series. In Sydney the series aired on ATN-7, and aired at 3:00PM on Tuesdays. In Melbourne, the series aired on station GTV-9 at 3:00PM on Thursdays.
The Mountains Of Mourne - Patrick O'Hagan. I'll Walk Beside You - Patrick O'Hagan. Cockles And Mussels - Patrick O'Hagan. Macushla - Patrick O'Hagan. Panis Angelicus - Patrick O'Hagan. Molly Minstrel Boy - Patrick O'Hagan. Cottage By The Sea - Patrick O'Hagan. Ireland Mother Ireland - Patrick O'Hagan. The Minstrel Boy - Patrick O'Hagan. Kitty My Love Will You Marry Me - Patrick O'Hagan. Shall My Soul Pass Through Old Ireland - Patrick O'Hagan, Watsons Celi Band. The Stone Outside Dan Murphy's Door - Patrick O'Hagan, Watsons Celi Band.
Patrick O'Hagan was an Irish seaman who was part of the Obra Dinn 's crew during her last voyage in 1802. He died when a mermaid speared him through the throat on the open sea. O'Hagan was a seaman and therefore took part in many tasks concerning the running of the ship. At the execution of Hok-Seng Lau, he was part of the firing line carrying out the execution but missed the condemned man.
Charles Alphonsus Sherrard (1924-1993) was an Irish-Australian tenor singer better known by the stage name Patrick O'Hagan. Born in Derry, Northern Ireland, he immigrated to Australia where he found success singing traditional Irish and Celtic songs. He moved back to Ireland settling in Drogheda, Co Louth, where he ran a pub before he decided returning to Australia. In the late 1950s and early 1960s, he starred in the Australian television series Patrick O'Hagan Sings
With Patrick O'Hagan. Patrick O'Hagan, an Irish tenor, sang songs in this daytime series aired in a 15-minute time-slot. Star: Patrick O'Hagan. View production, box office, & company info. Don't Miss This Week’s TV Picks. Patrick O'Hagan died in Queensland, Australia. His wife Ellen died in 2012. His son Seán Patrick Michael Sherrard better known as Johnny Logan is a famous Australian-born Irish singer and composer and winner of the Eurovision Song Contest twice in 1980 with "What's Another Year" and "Hold Me Now" in 1987. Johnny Logan said about his father had been his inspiration.
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Arranged By – Grainer*Written By – SamuelWritten-By – Weatherly*
|A2||The Mountains O' Mourne
Arranged By – French*, Collison*Written-By – Trad.*
|B1||I'll Take You Home Again, Kathleen
Arranged By – Grainer*Written-By – Westendorf*
Written By – Dolan, Elton
- Record Company – The Decca Record Company Limited
- Printed By – Mansard Press Ltd.
- Published By – Boosey & Hawkes
- Published By – Keith Prowse
- Published By – Manette Music
- Published By – Box & Cox Ltd.
- Directed By [Accompaniment Directed By] – Ron Grainer
NotesBack Cover info:
Laminated with 'Clarifoil' made by British Celanese Limited
Made in England
Label info Sides-A/B:
Recording first published 1960
Made in Great Britain
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Runout Side-A, Stamped): 1 EFF-2055-IC C H OT
- Matrix / Runout (Runout Side-B, Stamped): 1 EFF-2056-IC C H OT
- Matrix / Runout (Matrix, Label Side-A, Inverted): EFF.2055
- Matrix / Runout (Matrix, Label Side-B, Inverted): EFF.2056
- Other (UK Purchase Tax Code, Label Sides-A/B): O/T