John Hurley is listed in the credits for the following albums:
|1989||Bash 'N The Code||More Than Enough||Engineer|
|1990||Steven Curtis Chapman||For the Sake of the Call||Assistant Mix|
|1992||dc Talk||Free at Last||Assistant Mix Engineer|
|1993||Carman||The Standard||Assistant Engineer|
|1993||Steve Camp||Taking Heaven by Storm||Assistant Engineer|
|1994||4Him||The Ride||Additional Recording|
|1995||Aaron Jeoffrey||Aaron Jeoffrey||Engineer|
John Hurley was born in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. As a child, he performed in Pittsburgh barrooms with his uncle, and co-hosted a local radio show. He also sang with the Pittsburgh Opera Company before discovering rock and roll and moving to Nashville. He joined the Tree music publishing company as a songwriter in 1962.
John and his songwriting partner Ronald Wilkins were responsible for writing the hit songs "Love of the Common People" and "Son of a Preacher Man."
In 1970, Hurley moved to California to work on his first solo album for RCA Records. He recorded two further albums, but they were not commercially successful.