The incredibly talented Logan Brill graces our shores for Country Music Week, and brings with her this incredibly catchy tune…

Logan Brill is no stranger to the UK music scene. The Nashville based Knoxville born songsmith has already won over an army of British fans with appearances at Nashville Meets London and Country2Country. As she returns in October for an appearance at Country Music Week, Logan arrives armed with her latest single World Still Round, which is lifted from her critically acclaimed sophomore album Shuteye.

With her formative years spent listening to Jackson Browne, Grateful Dead and Patty Griffin, Logan’s musical aspirations were solidified when she dabbled in Blues as part of her brothers’ band. She explored her love of language with a degree in French from Belmont University, but always came back to music.

Having shared the bill with everyone from Alison Krauss to Willie Nelson, Ashley Monroe to Steve Earle, the diversity of Logan’s sound appeals to hardcore trad. country fans through to contemporary country fusionists. Playing the recording and songwriting game rule on her own terms, Logan’s sound overrides the need from genre classification by simply relying on the strength of the songs themselves.

As she returns for Country Music Week, her single thought provoking, show-stopping World Still Round has an edge of Bonnie Raitt’s impassioned performance is a timely reminder that the rules of love are rarely able to be re-written.

The Huffington Post dubbed ‘Shuteye” a “wake up call for Nashville”.

Rolling Stone placed Logan on their “10 New Country Artists You Need to Know” list.

Billboard included her as one of “13 Country Artists to Watch”.

Cosmopolitan dubbed her one of “8 Female Country Artists You Should Be Listening to Right Now.”

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