. . . . . . . . . .

See & Hear Legendary, Master and Great Blues Artists of

The World.

Help us build this virtual Blues Hall of Fame ® . eMuseum

. . . . . . . . .

. . . . . . . .Nominate your Favorite Blues Artists

.. . .. .

. . . . . . . .

John Hahn

B.H.F. Exhibit Page  

John Hahn Legendary Blues Songwriter 9-18-13

. . . . . . . .

Songs written or co-written by John Hahn include: Beat up Guitar, Somebody Else's Jesus, Sounds Like the Devil. About half of Shemekia Copeland's songs were written by John Hahn.

Four songs written by John Hahn, Turn the Heat Up, Who Stole My Radio? Never Going Back to Memphis and Ain't Gonna Be Your Tattoo have all been nominated for Blues Music Awards as Song of the Year.

His songs have appeared in concerts from the Chicago Blues Festival to Paris to Brazil and Bombay, movies, on television shows ranging from David Letterman and Conan O'Brien to So You Think You Can Dance.

In 2012, one of John's songs , BEAT UP GUITAR, was performed by Shemekia at The White House for President and Mrs. Obama.

Some of his writing partners have included Rock and Roll Hall of Famers Steve Cropper and Dr. John.

A few of the artists who have performed on John's songs beside Shemekia include B.B.King, Buddy Guy, Koko Taylor, Son Seals and Ruth Brown.

John's songs have appeared on three Grammy nominated albums.

Shemekia Copeland & Gary Clarke Jr. performing John Hahn's song "Beat Up Old Guitar" at The White House on Feb, 27th, 2012



John Hahn

Given Names: John Hahn

Born:  In Chicago

Hit Songs: . . Beat up Guitar, Never Going Back to Memphis Turn the Heat Up, Who Stole My Radio? , Ain't Gonna Be Your Tattoo Somebody Else's Jesus, Sounds Like the Devil

The Blues Hall of Fame ® Interviewer:

eMail your comments regarding John Hahn and

Nominate other 21st Century Legendary Blues Artists Here:

Your Name or Stage Name:

Your eMail,Web Address:

List your Comments & Nominations Here:

Thank You

Blues Hall of Fame ®


To view what others have submitted click: John Hahn's B.H.F. Email Page.


John Hahn's Personal Web Site: . . .

John Hahn's Fan Club Web Site:

Other John Hahn Web Sites: .

John Hahn Exhibit in The Blues Hall of Fame ®