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With their harmony driven pop rock texture, woven together with threads of blues and folk, the Logan Kraft Band has generated a truly unique and energetic sound inspired by artists such as John Mayer, the Allman Brothers, and Maroon 5. They have played at local venues such as Fat Tuesday's, Bangkok Blues, Vermilion, and Jammin' Java. In addition, they have volunteered their time to perform at charity events such as "Relay for Life", "St. Elizabeth's Hospital Summer Concert Series", and "Zeta Psi's Fundraiser for the Special Olympics". Logan has also played at events such as “Fashion’s Night Out” in New York City, “Dupont House Tours” in Washington D.C. and at fundraisers such as “Pickin’ for Parkinson’s”, and “The Tidewater Youth Services Foundation Social and Silent Auction” with his acoustic duo, “Katie and Logan”. The band has also recently released it's first album entitled "Problems". The album is available at all shows as well as on all major online digital distributors.
The original line up of The Logan Kraft Band came together while Logan was in studio recording his debut album, "Problems". During the first month of the recording process, he realized he wanted to be able to recreate the full band sound on the album during live shows. He began pulling together a few of the musicians he had used in studio for the album, as well as a some friends and fellow musicians. Over time, the group changed in both instrumentation and size. Today the band has formed a core group of members as well as a pool of musicians it consistently uses to fill the holes from show to show.