Summer is finally here and I'm celebrating with a solo performance at the Somerville Armory. If you haven't been there yet, it's a great listening room perfect for stripped down bands and solo acts. If you have been there already you should know they just recently got a beer and wine license. The show is early, so it's a great way to start off your Saturday night plans. I'll be playing some Logan 5 tunes and maybe some surprises as well! Joining me are two great performers, Shoney Lamar and Highly Personal Trash. See you there!
Logan 5 and the Runners will be appearing this coming Sunday at the historic Rosebud in Davis Square. If you haven't been there before, be aware there is a rather large club behind the dinner. Also playing will be the triple guitar assault of The Weisstronauts.
This probably will be the last Logan show for a little while, as we take some time off to record and write some new material. Don't miss out!
It's a 3 day weekend, so Sunday is the new Saturday.
Next week we're very excited to be playing a special early show.
Friday February 26 - Cafe 939
Berklee College of Music - 939 Boylston Street
$5 admission with Berklee ID - $8 for the public 8 PM - Logan 5 and the Runners 9 PM - Brite Lite Brite - great student electronica duo 10 PM - Liptease - on tour from New York City
Meet us next door at the cactus club for a before show drink, then head over to the club at 8!
Next Wednesday we're taking part in a very cool night showcasing bands of local musicians who took part in last summer's One Night Band. Nick's band was called Battle Toadz; watch their now legendary performance here.
3 reasons why the next Logan 5 show (Nov. 12) will totally rock!
1. Mercy James Gang are releasing their greatest hits album - it features "Ride On, Red Line," the best song ever written about the MBTA.
2. Also on the bill are prog-twang gurus the Weisstronauts, led by the indomitable Pete Weiss, the same guy who produced our debut album Featurette. How could you not love a band with a song called "Exit Sandman"?
3. John Powhida International Airport will play at midnight. Powhida is a local icon with multiple Boston Music Award nominations. His songs have been featured in episodes of My Name is Earl and Men in Trees.
Thursday, November 12 at TT The Bear's Place 10 Brookline Street, Central Square, Cambridge $9, 21+
It's still a bit off at this point, but announcing our next local show! Mark your calendars kiddies. We're once again doing what we can to bring you the best in new music.. the line up is total quality, please see for yourself!
So I'm late in posting this.. I barely remember what happened last month.. but while I was doing whatever I was doing, The Logan record - AKA Featurette - made a few "Best of So Far" lists. Really want to offer the kindest, nicest, most sincere and belated thanks to the people over at RSL and Boston Band Crush. You like me, you really like me!!