LITTLE AMERICA ANTHOLOGY
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From the offbeat mind of Andy Logan comes Jimmy the Big Hat,
a hilarious fictional narrative chronicling a mobster, his exploits, and his large head.
“If you’ve got a hankering for some electric blues, rock or Psychedelic, guitar-based music, look no further than Andy Logan and the O.C. 75s. Mr. Logan…proceeds to play the holy-be-holy out of the sound and genre, knocking it out of the park while rounding and covering all the bases.”
"Your voice & material work EXCELLENTLY TOGETHER. Love your rasp, Andy. Well written, tight & SPARSE. Great job, brotha. You shouldn't change a thing. Thanks for letting me play on it!"
(writer of Sweet Home Alabama), Strawberry Alarm Clock
Album Design and Illustration: Alison Logan and Andy Logan
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Album Design: Alison Logan and Andy Logan
"Easy Down" was selected as a semi-finalist in the 2019 International Songwriting Competition in the Blues category.
The song will be found on the forthcoming release, "Prehistoric".
This is the eighth time Andy has made it to the finals or semi-finals in international songwriting contests.
My good friend Michael Ventino has combined his award-winning photography with the song, "High Time", from the "Last Dance on the Wild Frontier" album.
Works inspired by John Steinbeck, Dorothea Lange, and Andrew Wyeth.
Michael Ventino can be found on Instagram here.
An anthology of Little America has been released!
Featuring all the songs from their two acclaimed studio albums, the set also includes a whole range of previously unreleased tracks - several live tracks from the band's first tour; 3 Alt-Versions of tracks from the debut and a handful of unreleased tracks from the band's second album recording sessions.
The complete Little America recording sessions in one place for the first time.
The virtual lounge is open and Ty and Nick welcome singer/songwriter Andy Logan to Beats and Eats. Andy had big success with his arena rock band "Little America" in the late 80's selling thousands of records for the Geffen label. He's continued his success as a solo artist and his latest release is "Transistors of Mercy." The new record features a heavy guitar sound that harkens back to a time when the instrument was an important part of American music. Ty and Andy discuss decline of the guitar in popular music and why it's due to make a comeback. Plus, Andy looks back on the start of his career with Little America and his evolution as a solo artist. If you're a fan of rock music, and the guitar, this happy hour for the mind is not to be missed.
- Lead guitarist , co-lead singer and main songwriter with Geffen's Little America. Had two top ten singles. (Remember "Walk On Fire"?) Did extensive touring, national TV and radio interviews and appeared in regular rotation on MTV, performed live on "Dick Clark Presents", England's "Top of the Pops", and others. Sold 100,000 records.
- Little America's first album was voted one of the top ten albums of the year by Jon Bon Jovi in "Rolling Stone", whereby Andy instantly liked him.
- EIGHT of his songs have reached the finals or semi-finals in international songwriting contests.
- Sang background vocals on Steve Earle's "More Than I can Do" , receiving the highest compliment from Steve: "Logan - He ain't right."
- Toured with the Romantics, Chicago, Kansas, The Bodeans and Johnny Winter. Also as a member of Little America, Andy gigged with Humble Pie, The Spencer Davis Group, Belinda Carlisle, Meat Loaf, Steve Earle, Jeff Healey and the Fabulous Thunderbirds.
- In 1993, Logan and extraordinary drummer/musician Kurt Custer (Little America, Steve Earle, Lynyrd Skynyrd) teamed up to record "Custer and Logan", a groundbreaking piece of soulful Americana, then he followed with four solo releases, "Last Dance on the Wild Frontier", 2002, "Ride", 2006, "Psychedelic Delta Moonshine", 2010, and the latest, "Transistors of Mercy", 2016, all featuring exceptional tunes without filler.
- Andy played lead guitar for Michael Jackson's guitarist Becky Barksdale, and helped her to secure a record deal with the "House of Blues" label.