A blend of powerhouse vocals, poetic lyrics, and melodies to soothe the soul... Logan Callahan is a musician who seeks to blur genre lines while performing, switching from radio pop to '90s grunge covers in a single set. His original music seeks to accomplish this same feat by avoiding labels and letting every tone speak for itself. With influences ranging from Jeff Buckley to Chris Cornell and a hint of Prince, Callahan and his band composed of Evan Ducker on bass guitar, Bob Legg on percussion, Guy Greco on lead guitar and John Perusse on guitar and harmony vocals are sure to keep audiences on their toes.
Logan Callahan released his debut album, All My Mistakes, in January 2017 to generous reviews. Ioan Humphreys of Louder Than War stated that the album contained an "impassioned voice that has the weight of the world on its young shoulders." Tim Whale of Emerging Indie Bands Blog described the music as "offering the listener a blanket in which to keep their legs warm whilst allowing the vaguely mournful, predominately acoustic guitar led, sounds to drip over the ears." He furthered that the album "steps across a furrow of ideas from the deeply introspective to wide-staging anthemics which flow steadfastly around the room.”
Logan Callahan has made in-show appearances on both Radio Woodstock’s Locally Grown and Massachusetts’ WTBR. Both performances saw Callahan adding an acoustic edge to his own material and selectively chosen cover songs from artists such as Jeff Buckley, Todd Rundgren, Queensryche, Godsmack and more. Logan Callahan was also voted as a winner of New York’s WRRV Hudson Valley Homegrown showcase for the 2017 Record Store Day held at Poughkeepsie NY’s Darkside Records.
Logan Callahan is currently working on material for his second album all the while broadening the moods and style of his music to give everyone something to enjoy.