Pictured above is a photo of Brill and her guitar player John Hollier, courtesy of Allen J. Schaben of the Los Angeles Times.

“Logan Brill could well be one of the next big things in country music. The young singer – already a master at performing contemporary country – was especially expert when singing a potent version of Andrew Combs’ “Month of Bad Habits” and the Dolly Parton-penned classic “Jolene.”” – Music News Miami 

Nashville, TN — May 1, 2015 — Up and coming song stylist Logan Brill turned heads during her cross-country trek from Merlefest to her Stagecoach debut over the weekend, creating a buzz on the festivals’ grounds.  The Tennessee native‘s powerful vocals, commanding stage presence and high-energy band had fans flocking into the tent from all directions throughout her performance.  As though she was a seasoned veteran, Logan played up to the nearly twenty cameramen shooting her from the pit at the top of her set.  Her performance was so well received by fans and the media, that festival officials from Goldenvoice praised her claiming, “She would be perfect on the main stage.”

Shortly after her set, Brill interviewed with and was photographed by Rolling Stone, Los Angeles Times, FOX News Radio, ASX, Tune In, Yahoo, and Nashville Country Club among others following her performance.  She also took time to visit with the team from KUZZ.

Immediately following her interviews, Brill headed to LA for a Monday morning performance on GOOD DAY LA and USC’s TROJAN TV Network.

For a list of upcoming dates, log onto: www.loganbrill.com.


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