Honor, Tayler and Leona-Blue are singer songwriters from Glasgow who make up the country-pop band The Logans.
In 2019, the sisters landed a mini docu-series with BBC Scotland, The Logans: Band of Sisters. The series follows the sisters on their journey through the Country Music Scene.
Following the success of the bands online docu-series with the BBC, the sisters were commissioned for a BBC Scotland TV special: Meet The Logans. The show aired in March 2020. You can watch the episode on BBC iPlayer here:
The Logans have supported The Shires at Fyvie Castle and playing alongside The Wandering Hearts at Millport Country Festival. They recently opened Richard Demarco and Andrew Marr’s exhibition at the Venice Biennale.
The sisters are set to released their debut single Meet Me In Mexico and their second single Burn. The tracks relate stories garnered from a broad range of personal experiences over the last year; through the eyes of being young women in a challenging world, to the euphoria of new beginnings and future dreams. The songs were written and produced in the vibrant and gritty heart of Glasgow and are representative of the thriving contemporary sound born from young talent in the city.
With their debut album on the horizon, The Logans hope 2021 will be a major leap forward in their career.