Carl Marah and Scott Rough are listening to music since they were little children, but the Swinging Sixties just got into their heads and kept on pushing them to the stage. They wanted to produce and play what they love. In 2014 the two 60s music lovers started to do gigs with musician Mick Reilly about the sound of this era. It was the foundation of the fantastic band Logan´s Close. Drums, two guitars, lead and rhythm, and their voices was quite alright for the beginning, but surely there was something missing. Member Mick Reilly left the band, for some time there was as well Sean Morrison on the keyboards, instead there is now Sean Keys playing the keys. The musician from Glasgow is as well involved in live drum and bass sessions with the band Snack Villain. To Logan´s Close came Ollie Turbitt on the bass guitar and Alex Palmer on the drums. Mostly you can find the guys at gigs around their hometown Edinburgh in Scotland. But as well they go on tours time by time and visit radio shows like the one at Radio X in Frankfurt where we recorded the podcast.

Full article about Logan´s Close at Vagabundler: vagabundler.com/musicians/logans-close

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