Chesney's career took off in 1991 when he starred in the film 'Buddy's Song' alongside Roger Daltrey & Michael Elphick. He played a young boy named Buddy Clark who claws his way up the treacherous ladder of the pop world with the help of Terry, his father, played by Roger Daltrey. Terry is a dodgy dealer who wants the best for his family but finds it hard to toe the line. During the entire nineties, out of approximately 50,000 releases, only 13 of these spent more than 5 weeks at No.1. His song 'The One and Only' was in the top Twenty for the entire decade; it spent exactly 5 weeks at No.
Two artists use this name. The description below is for the less-popular, and the proposed image (green shirt, glasses) is for this description as well. Cogs is a solo artist who is known to most people as "Andrew Snyder", but Cogs is his performing alias, doing mostly acoustic covers, he has gathered a small following of three people or so.