Following her independent sophomore album release ‘Shuteye’, 25-year-old Logan Brill continues to define herself as 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 Knoxville native 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, The Huffington Post, CMT, Country Weekly, & Pollstar 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). The Huffington Post dubbed ‘Shuteye” a “wake up call for Nashville” and The Knoxville New Sentinel raved her as “one of those country artists who gives you a little glimmer of hope that good commercial country still exists.” Most recently, Rolling Stone placed Logan on their “10 New Country Artists You Need to Know” list, Billboard included her as one of “13 Country Artists to Watch,” and Cosmopolitan dubbed her one of “8 Female Country Artists You Should Be Listening to Right Now.”
It seems fans nationwide agree, as Logan has appeared on sold-out bills in markets from Nashville to Chicago to Seattle with iconic artists like Merle Haggard, Dwight Yoakam, & Leon Russell to contemporary mega-stars like Gary Allan, Lee Brice, & The Band Perry. Relentless touring has included stops at famed North Carolina roots festival Merlefest, California’s Stagecoach – the nation’s highest grossing country music festival, a Grand Ole Opry performance with the legendary Vince Gill, and her return to the U.K. at 2017’s C2C Festival.