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John Hollohan Listings at GEST Songs Of NFLD
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Aunt Molly

Back In The Good Old Days

Back In Time

Bonavista Bay (V)

Bury Me In My Old Fishing Clothes

Grandpa's Last Motorboat Ride

The Green And White House

If God Made Heaven Here (V)

If Old Boats Could Talk (V)

Island To Island (V)

The Kitchen Party

Let Me Fill My Dory

My Homestead By The Sea (V)

The Old Newfie Fisherman (V)

The Red Maple Leaf (V)

Biographical Notes

John Hollohan was born in the small fishing village of Summerville in Bonavista Bay, NL. He moved to Gander at an early age but spent most summers in Summerville and nearby Sweet Bay. John still remembers how prosperous the fishing industry was back then and says he will always have fond memories of those good old days. After university, John moved to Ontario, where he worked for a number of years in the food industry. Still missing the ocean, John moved west in 1992 to Vancouver Island. Before leaving Ontario he wrote his first song and, once he settled in Victoria, he got more serious about his music. He joined the Newfoundland Association of Victoria and, after singing a few of his songs at some of their functions, it was suggested that he write some songs about his native Newfoundland. He did just that and released his first CD in 2003. John has now retired from his position as a health care professional but still continues to write a variety of music.



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