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Friday, August 8th
Civil Rights Institute
Birmingham, AL

Friday, August 15th
City CouncilWoman Lashunda Scales presents Music & Movie Festival
@ Huffman High School-Rear Practice Field
950 Old Springville Road  35215
Free To The Public
Gates open at 4pm

Sunday, August 17th
Wedding @ The Harbert Center
Downtown Birmingham, AL

Friday, August 22nd
Private Event @ The Bryant Conference Center
Tuscaloosa, AL

Saturday, August 23rd
Wedding in Nashville, TN

Friday, August 29th
103 Bessemer Super Hwy
Midfield, AL  35228
Showtime 10pm


About Logan

Logan's commitment to entertainment begins at 10 years old, when he sang Michael Jackson's part in "We Are The World" in front of his fifth grade class. Raised in west point, Mississippi, he grew up singing and performing in church, school plays, showchoir, and numerous talent shows including first place at amateur nite at the famous Apollo theatre in Harlem, NY. After graduating from Stillman College cum laude with a B.A. in mass communications and a minor in vocal performance in Tuscaloosa, Alabama (1997), Logan began the relentless pursuit as a professional entertainer.

In 1999, he went on to record his first CD self-entitled "Logan" at bates brothers studios in Hueytown, Alabama, with producer Leonard brown of the hit group from Birmingham "The Controllers". Realizing his love for the blues, in 2001 he recorded a tribute to late blues great: Johnnie Taylor.

He has appeared on stage opening shows for artist like Ronald Isley of the Isley brothers, Regina Belle, Glenn Jones, the O'jay's, Frankie Beverly and Maze, Earth, Wind, & Fire, Peabo Bryson, Dennis Edwards and the Temptation Revue, Lyfe Jennings, Anthony David, Robin Thicke, and Heather Headley. Plus, he has appeared as the featured act at several Birmingham heritage festivals and distinct nite spots in the city and throughout the state of Alabama. Also, he has appeared on several tv shows including BET's "The Way We Do It" with Rickey Smiley (2003), Birmingham's Fox 6 '"Good Day Alabama" (2003) (2004), and ABC 33/40's "Talk Of Alabama" (2008), and original artist hosted by ABC 33/40 Birmingham, al which he and his band 5th element won the R&B competition (2009).

He currently has a highly anticipated album out entitled "MOVE" produced by Alvin "Cornbread" Garret of Jiffee Mixed Music which is out now available on iTunes and one of his best projects this year (2010). He still continues to work on several other aspects of entertainment including traveling frequently throughout the southeast performing live with a dynamic playlist to please any listening audience including his original music and #1 smash soul hit "No Never" quickly becoming everyone's favorite along with others such as "I Like Watcha Doin', You Gotta Move, and Grown and Sexy. Logan number "1" entertainer of the world!!!.



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