Dave Logan currently has four albums to his credit. Without You By My Side, Situational Outlaw, Heroes and their newest album Blame it on the Cuervo. All of the songs on these albums were co-written by Dave with his long time friend and premiere word man, Clint Land. Heroes was also co-written with songwriter Billy Gateman.
Dave began his music career at the prompting of Eddie Montgomery (of the CMA winning country duo Montgomery Gentry). Eddie finally convinced Dave to get up on stage with Eddie's brother, John Michael (yes, THAT John Michael) during a Jam Session at the Lexington launching pad of some of the brightest stars in country music, the Austin City Saloon.
The owner of the club was in attendance that night, and asked Dave to play at the club on a regular basis. Dave got together some musician friends and put together The Dave Logan Band, and so it began.
In 1990, The Dave Logan Band began touring around the country and dance clubs of Kentucky, Ohio, Indiana, and Illinois. In 1994, Dave and the band ventured to the warmer climates of Florida. Initially thought of as a working vacation, Dave took a job playing at the Quality Inn of Daytona Beach for the weekend. Sensing the talent of The Dave Logan Band, the hotel manager asked Dave to relocate to Daytona and play the hotel bar on a full-time basis.
Dave accepted, and that vacation has now become permanent. In 1997 The Logan Brothers was started. They continue to entertain a large and growing fan base.
Jim grew up with country music in his blood. His father's family played on the Grand Ole Opry radio show when he was a kid, from that moment he knew he wanted to play music and follow in his families footsteps. He played in a rock band in high school and from there moved on to country music and started playing the club and road circuit for almost 2 decades. Opening up for the likes of
Johnny Rhea is very well known in the country music industry. After having his own band for 16 years in South Florida he moved to Nashville and played with several up and coming artists to include John Pardi and Locash to name a few. Johnny has been a member of the Logan Brothers for 12 years and has never looked back. He found his home and loved to make the fans get up and dance!
Keith was born into a musical family in Columbus, OH. His Dad and 3 older brothers had a family band and he started performing in the group at just 4 years old. He followed in his brothers Scott's footsteps with a passion for drums. When he was 18 he subbed for a local band and his musical career took off from there. He traveled all throughout the US and Canada and ended up making Nashville his home for 20 years. He has had the pleasure of playing drums for several major artists including Hank III, Chris Cagle, and IRA Dean from Trick Pony to name a few. He has been a member of the Logan Brothers for the last 3 years and enjoys bringing smiles to their fans faces.