Logan Richardson




United States

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Logan hails from Kansas City, Missouri. Born in 1980, he grew up in a household that was steeped in culture and creative minds.

He began his musical career as a saxophonist & pianist and was a child prodigy, quickly gaining recognition for his talent. As a young man, he moved to New York City, where he studied at The New School.

In the early 2000s, Logan began to make a name for himself in the New York City contemporary scene. He played with a number of notable musicians, including Greg Osby, Stefon Harris, and Jason Moran. His playing style was unique and drew on a wide range of influences, from bebop to hip-hop.

He released his debut album, “Cerebral Flow,” in 2007. The album was well-received and showcased his skill as a composer and bandleader. He followed up with “Ethos,” which featured a larger ensemble and incorporated elements of electronic music.

In 2016 Logan released his Blue Note Records debut Shift featuring an impressive band of musical visionaries including guitarist Pat Metheny, pianist Jason Moran, bassist Harish Raghavan, and drummer Nasheet Waits.

Throughout his career, Logan has been known for his innovative approach to Black American Music and contemporary music as a whole. He is constantly exploring new sounds and pushing the boundaries of the genre. In addition to his work as a musician, he is also a producer and songwriter.

In recent years, he has become an advocate for social justice and has used his platform to speak out on issues related to race and inequality. He has also been involved in community outreach programs, working to bring music education to underserved communities.

Logan’s contributions to music are significant and his impact on the genre will be felt for years to come. He is a true innovator and a masterful musician.


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