Hey Everyone, this is a reminder that The Logan Brothers are playing at the Native Son this Friday, May 18, from 9pm to Midnight. Native Son, formerly The Loyal Brothers, has been completely transformed by an amazing menu of tapas and other fine cuisine with food available until closing. The bar is improved and they still have a great stage and a commitment ot present live music. Come on down this Friday and help us, help Native Son celebrate their new opening. Food, drinks, music, dancing, time out with friends...a better way to spend Friday night? We think not!
And, while your thinking about The Logan Brothers, would be so kind as to follow this link (here) to vote for The Logan Brothers for Locals' Choice "Best Community Band"? It's super-easy: after clicking scroll down three categories and vote for The Logan Brothers. They will ask you for your email and your done. Simple as that. Voting ends at midnight on May 20, however, so please do it soon. One vote, that's it. Thanks in advance for doing so!
The Logan Brothers are coming to your town this summer starting with two gigs this month.
First, you get a rare opportunity to hear Steve Barbee, the voice of The Logan Brothers, in a quasi-solo performance at Kanpai Sushi and Bar this Friday, May 11, 6-9pm. I say "quasi" though, because while his newer brothers will be sitting in the audience cheering him on, he will be joined by two old friends, Jeff and John, from Salt Lake City. Steve, Jeff and John used to share a large repertoire of folk and folk rock songs and they get together every now and then to resurrect their old sound. Don't miss this chance to hear them in The Roaring Fork Valley!
Next up on Friday May 18, 9pm to midnight, The Logan Brothers Band will play at Native Son, the newly recreated Loyal Brothers! Native Son still has a great Bar and stage for live music, but has added a fabulous menu of Tapas and other fine cuisine. Their kitchen is open until Midnight so their is is always great food to go with your drink and live music. Please come check us out
The music continues into June where The Logan Brothers are currently scheduled to play five gigs including The Hilltop Summer Concert Series in Rifle, Rivers Restaurant in Glenwood Springs, FAC at the Glenwood Springs Caverns, The Black Dog Saloon in New Castle and a private party. Please access our calendar from our Booking Page (click here) to see the dates and times for these June events. We'll announce our July dates and beyond as we get closer to the events.
The Logan Brothers will be playing for a party at The Black Nugget Saloon to keep the festivities going after The 5 Point Film Festival , Friday night, April 20 starting at 9pm. Carbondale will be buzzing this weekend as hundreds of outdoor film goers enjoy day one of this prestigious film festival. The Nugget is excited to host this after party and hope many people drop in for a drink and to enjoy our wide variety of classic, folk and modern rock music to listen, dance and sing to....We hope to see you there!
Meanwhile, while you are here on our website, we ask you to take a few minutes to check us out. There is a lot of information about our band including music samples, our song list, bios, awards and recognitions, photos, etc. If nothing else click here to see our slideshow backed by a medley of 11 different songs we cover. You can also access our calendar to see where we'll be playing next including many summer gigs. We're still booking should you need a band for your wedding, private party or music venue. Go to our contact page (here) to see our calendar or if you have any questions.
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A special event: The Logan Brothers' lead singer and guitarist, Steve Barbee, is doing a solo gig at Kanpai Sushi and Bar on Friday, March 9, starting at 7:30pm. Steve has a huge repertoire of acoustic, folk-rock that he does not do with The Logan Brothers and has had a hankering to play some of these. Catch him at Kanpai either March 9 and/or again on April 6. He'll miss the drums and bass, but doesn't have to argue about what to play!!!!
We've got something for everyone this weekend: Friday and Saturday play; early and late!
It starts with a trip up the gondola, this Friday, February 9, for The Glenwood Caverns Friday Afternoon Club (FAC). The music starts at 5 and continues to 8:30pm. The tram ride is free after 4pm if you tell them you're coming for the music! There are food and drink specials every half an hour. If you get bored with all the fantastic Logan Brothers' music (no way!), there are all the other attributes of The Caverns to enjoy such as rides, the cave, the gift shop, etc. It's always a fun time playing at The Caverns. We've never had a bad time and the same holds true for the listeners, we think!
Not able to make it Friday? No problem, we're playing at The Black Nugget in Carbondale on Saturday night, February 10. This is a later gig (9:30pm-1am) for those of you interested in being out late and getting rowdy at The Nugget. We may be a little rowdier as well, cranking up the volume and playing a bit more electric. We'll see what the people want!
As is true for both gigs, we'll play what you want to hear off our ever-popular request list.
We hope to see you at one or both of these gigs!
Merry Christmas and Happy New Year from The Logan Brothers. It's been a great year for us playing many new venues throughout the Roaring Fork, Colorado and Eagle River corridors, adding new songs to our repertoire, gaining new friends, honing our sound, and having a great time playing live music! We look forward to more of the same in 2018.
Speaking of 2018, our new Gig Calendar is now posted on our website; you can access our calendar button by clicking here. If you have not perused our website in a while, you should click here to hear some music samples and view our slideshow and videos.
Meanwhile, look below to see where we will be playing this Christmas week. We hope to see you In Snowmass Village or Carbondale coming up!
The Logan Brothers are thrilled to return to The Carbondale Beer Works this Friday night, 11/17, from 9pm to midnight. We are expecting a musical guest to sit in with us for a set, so it should be an exceptionally fun night (you have to show up to see who it is!). You can always count on The Beer Works to be a particularly great place to hang out in Carbondale on a Friday night. They have great craft beers, good food, and, let's face it, this is where the Carbondaleans are on Friday nights. We hope that you are one of those people. Help us, help The Beer Works to Rock this Friday night!
Hey, The Logan Brothers are super-excited to return to The Black Dog Saloon this Friday night, October 30, for a 7:30-10pm show! We had a blast when we played there last summer. The folks from New Castle really know how to have a good time and The Black Dog is the center of fun on Friday nights. Good food, full bar and a fun atmosphere with a great crowd.
We've been running around in and out of the valley lately, so it's good to be playing close to home this week. In November, we'll be heading back to Eagle to the Brush Creek Saloon, and then to Carbondale to play The Beer Works. As always you can find our always up-to-date calendar by going here and clicking our calendar button at the bottom of the page.
While you're here, take a look at the rest of our website. We look forward to seeing you soon!
After a nice three-week August break, The Logan Brothers are rested and ready to play again. We currently have five gigs scheduled for September which will bring us to five different towns, in and out of the valley, starting with Snowmass Village this Friday, September 1. If you are up-valley for the Labor Day concerts at the base of Snowmass Village, come on up to Slow Groovin' Barbecue on the mall for some after music music. Slow Groovin" has fantastic food and a great bar. It's also a great room to play; great sound. We start at 9:30pm and continue to closing.
Later in September we'll be playing for The Roaring Fork Outdoor Volunteers' End of the Season Barbecue (public invited), in Basalt's Arbaney Park, Carbondale's October Fest, Eagle's Brush Creek Saloon, and Glenwood Springs' Harvest Festival. More on all these events as we get closer. Of course you can always view our always up-to-date calendar by clicking on the button on this page to see the details of these gigs now!
The Logan Brothers have a busy week ahead, so we thought we'd put all this activity into one post.
Our week starts on Wednesday, August 2, when we are returning to the Garfield County Fair for our second year. Our gig is from 7:15-8:30pm. We'll be on the main stage near the entrance to the rodeo grounds. This is a fun gig for us because we're on a really, really big stage with a sound engineer taking care of our sound (and it's a big sound!). So, rain or shine, people there or not, we're going to have a blast feeling like rock stars! Of course, we'd prefer for you to be there and hope that you will be!
On Thursday, August 3, 5-7pm, we're playing at New Castle Farmers' Market. We've always enjoyed this market and it is worth your time; great vendors, food and atmosphere. We set up in the gazebo and play to a very appreciative crowd. If you get the chance come on down. This is an up-and-coming farmers' market.
If you miss us at any of the previously mentioned venues and you are all the way up Valley on Saturday, August 5, we'll be playing at the Aspen Farmers' Market. This market, located at the intersection of Hyman and Hunter Streets, runs from 11-2:30pm. Our drummer, Danny, is out of town for this gig, so it will just be Steve and Jonathan; the original Logan Brothers Duo.
We hope to see you at one of these gigs this week!
The Logan Brothers' News page is written by Logan Brother Jonathan Satz. Jonathan is the Bass player in the band as well as the general band marketing guru. He looks forward to comments and interaction and doesn't take himself too seriously!