In the eighteen months since releasing her debut album ‘Walking Wires', 25-year-old Logan Brill has already proven herself to be one of the most important young artists in Nashville today.
With a stunning voice that goes toe to toe with Nashville's finest, the young singer opts for grit and authenticity over pristine pop in her song choices, drawing comparisons to Bonnie Raitt, Brandi Carlile, and Mary Chapin Carpenter from national press. Outlets like Billboard, The LA Times, Rolling Stone, CMT Edge, Country Weekly, Pollstar, and CMA Close Up Magazine have already shown their support for her refreshingly authentic sound, imbued with a "bluesy American grit" (Southern Living) that sets her apart as "a far cry from the slick pop country of many of her contemporaries" (The Boot).
That Nashville Sound dubbed ‘Walking Wires' one of the "Top 10 Country Albums of 2013." It seems that both Americana and country music fans nationwide agree, as Logan has appeared on sold-out bills in markets from Nashville to Chicago to Seattle, including acoustic opening spots with artists like Dwight Yoakam, Merle Haggard, Josh Turner, Leon Russell, and Gary Allan as well as with her band at national concert events like Virginia Beach's Patriotic Festival with The Band Perry.
In April and May of 2015 she made her debut appearances at the famed Merlefest, Stagecoach - the nation's highest grossing Country Music Festival, and the world famous Grand Ole Opry. Logan will release her much-anticipated second album "Shuteye" on June 2nd, 2015, with guest appearances by David Nail and Charlie Worsham, as well as production credits to GRAMMY-Winning producer & engineer Chuck Ainlay.