the Logic

the Logic


An Adult Album Alternative band with a twist: they play cover tunes that most other bands don't want to play. Attending a Logic show a listener might hear "Kashmir" by Led Zeppelin, or, "Sledgehammer" by Peter Gabriel, or even "Calling All Angels" by Train. You might also catch an orginal or two.


The Logic began in the summer of 1998 when drummer Jon Zimmerman (formerly with Hookid VooDoo and Uncle Jam) and guitarist/ singer/ producer/ engineer Chad Austin (formerly of TZN' and 9 Days Wonder) got together to form a writing unit with the sole purpose of recording & writing songs. After several months and about 15 songs later, they realized they wanted to take the unit to the next level and play live. Austin & Zimmerman compiled a CD of tunes they recorded and released it, entitled Pre-Logic, in the hopes of attracting a bassist. In the early months of 1999, they hooked up bassist Chad Wilmoth (formerly of Hurricane Alley) and completed the circle. By May of 1999, the band, calling themselves the Logic, found themselves hitting the stage.

More CD's followed. There was "I've Seen Wonderland" and "Runes" for 1999 and 2000.

The year 2001 saw the Logic playing more and more live shows- much to the delight of their fans. October of 2001 year witnessed the Logic release the CD "Theory of Experience". Comprised of 13 tracks, this CD boasts some of the Logic's best material to date. November 2001 saw Chad Wilmoth leave the band.

The remaining guys sought out help from Eric "Strut" Benfield, a regional player with incredible chops to fill the gaps.

Now, in 2005, the Logic is recording their new CD- due for release in mid-summer, a CD that is being Mastered by Industry Heavy-Weight Rodney Mills. They Logic is still porforming to crowds that are growing exponentially.


Pre-Logic (1998 full length CD)
I've Seen Wonderland (1999 full length CD)
Runes (2000 full length CD)
Theory of Experience (2001 full length CD)
*New CD Due in Summer 2005*

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Set List

the Logic's set list contains songs from all sorts of genres. Typically 3 one hours sets, you can hear everything from Zeppelin, the Police, Peter Gabriel, the Calling, Train, and the Beatles to the Logic, the Calling, Simon & Garfunkel, Fleetwood Mac, Dire Straits and the Goo Goo Dolls.