Red Light Management artist Logan Brill signs deal with Warner Chappell Music. Brill also made the move from BMI to ASCAP and continues to assemble her Nashville team including: Red Light Management, United Talent Agency, Scott Safford at Safford Motley, and HBPR.
“We’ve been watching Logan gracefully create a credible musical identity for herself in town and on the road,” said Ben Vaughn of Warner Chappell Music. “Logan loves to craft songs and also has a strong appreciation of great songs and the great songwriters that populate Nashville. Everyone at W/C is honored to be a part of her journey.”
Logan has honed her craft by co-writing with the likes of Scooter Carusoe, Nathan Chapman, Randy Montana and Devin Dawson. Her blues tinged, powerful vocals and versatility as a performer have earned opening slots for Vince Gill, The Band Perry, Gary Allan and Josh Turner, along with Dwight Yoakam, Old Dominion and Steve Earle.
Her smoldering, country meets rock vocals have made her a favorite among critics. Charleston Gazette boasts “Brill sounds somewhere between the country pop of Carrie Underwood and the bluesy, folk rock of Grace Potter.” Weeks ago, Cosmopolitan named the up and coming singer/songwriter “One of the 8 female country artists you should be listening to right now.” Rolling Stone Country named her one of “10 New Country Artists You Need To Know.” She has also recently earned praise from Associated Press, Billboard, CMT, Sounds Like Nashville, NASH, Taste Of Country and Huffington Post who called Brill’s recent release SHUTEYE “a wake up call for Nashville.”
Upcoming performances include: her sixth appearance on The Grand Ole Opry, Martha’s Vineyard Songwriting Festival, Taste Of Country Festival, Country Jam Festival, Headwaters Country Jam, as well as Logan’s third consecutive performance at KNCI’s Golf & Guitars event. Brill will be making her way across the country on a nationwide tour this summer and has been tapped to perform at the inaugural Nashville Meets London Music Festival.
“We’re so excited to have Logan performing at multiple festivals for us this summer. She has a great sound and we’re thrilled to further expose her to festival attendees, “ said Matt LaRose, Vice President of Live Events at Townsquare Media.
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