Josh Logan

Josh Logan

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Extremely talented musician that writes marketable songs crossing several genres and radio formats. World Class vocals that suggest a strong influence by Layne Staley (Alice In Chains), Mike Patton (Faith No More), and Stevie Wonder (The One & Only - Stevie Wonder).

Biography

Gripping vocals, shredding lyrics and a riveting blend of funk and rock are the meat and potatoes of Josh Logan’s debut effort.

A fresh and innovative style is the core of Josh’s music. Drawing on influences from Stevie Wonder to Layne Staley of Alice In Chains, to G-Love & Special Sauce, to the Red Hot Chili Peppers - Josh Logan & Nobody’s Business will leave emo fans shaking, rappers with their jaws on the floor, housewives quivering, and alterna-kids feeling hip for a second or two. Josh Logan is as pure and emotional as it gets.

With deep melodies and introspective lyrics, along with Logan’s powerful and edgy vocals and infectious guitar grooves, Josh Logan is a cross-genre musical experience appealing to indie, R&B, soul, funk, rock, and pop fans alike.

To put it another way, Josh Logan takes you on a musical journey that meshes the power of Rock and Roll with the almighty funk that has been bestowed upon us from the likes of George Clinton and Parliament Funkadelic – but with soulful lyrics reminiscent of the late Tupac Shakur. The hook-laden material is expressed through an excellent production that jumps from the speakers and pulls listeners into the album from the first note.

There is no mistaking the soulful and expressive lyrics delivered through Josh’s stunning voice. You will find the musicianship throughout the album to be equally as talented.

Here is an album that hooks the listener from note #1 and refuses to let go. The soul that emanates from the vocal performance will immediately command listeners to take note. This is the album you will crave to give you a fresh perspective on today’s popular music. This is New England’s finest - Josh Logan.

Lyrics

Gone Tomorrow, Here Today

Written By: Josh Logan

In the morning I was fast asleep
Heard a dark voice inside of me
Got a message running through my head as I lie awake in bed
Told me that I'm not the only one
Ain't got no time to see the sun shine
Look to the mirror with a single glance
Told me I don't stand no chance

If you ever feel this way
Hear what I say
All seize the day
Open up your minds and rise today
Everyone can put you down in this bullshit town
Its all around you say
Might be gone tomorrow
But I'm here today

Afternoon, it comes so soon
Already half way through my day
Everyone is running around
Its all work and no play
Experience has shown me that we've all have our parts
But if the end of the world is on its way
Tell me when does the fun start
We bust our asses constantly
Will the machine set us free
Is this the way its supposed to be
Why can't anybody see

If you ever feel this way
Hear what I say
Seize the day
Open up your mind and rise today
Everyone will put you down in this bullshit town
Its all around you say
Might be gone tomorrow
But I'm here today

Evening
The sun has come and gone again
Weakling
Well thats how I feel when I'm alone
Have I said all that can be said
Wake up now everybody

If you ever feel this way
Hear what I say
All seize the day
Open up your mind and rise today
Everyone will put you down in this uptight town
Its all around you say
Might be gone tomorrow
But I'm here today

Discography

Josh Logan released his Self-Titled Debut CD on December 10th, 2004. Songs are receiving regular airplay on SpiderBite Radio.com, most recently added to rotation on WFNX, and have been spotlighted on Rock 101 and WHEB.

Set List

Josh Logan can perform a 45 minute to 1 hour set (acoustic or full band if requested) of all original music in the Urban Rock genre (12 to 15 songs ranging from 3 to 4 minutes in length). He can also perform 3 sets (each approximately 45 minutes to 1 hour in length) of covers (Active Rock/Top 40 including Rap/Hip Hop ... Stevie Wonder, 2Pac, Rage Against the Machine, Alice in Chains, Tool, and Audioslave to name a few). The versatility of this performer is astonishing!