Logan "Harps" Martin / Blog

Songs I Play

Here is just a list of songs that I play out regularly. More songs being added to this list as we speak. Here it is:

Just Another Day- Mellencamp Free-Jack Johnson & Donavon Fire on the Mountain- Marshall Tucker Band Take it Easy- The Eagles Stand by me- Logan Martin Her Diamonds- Rob Thomas Quite as Hard- Logan Martin Save Tonight- Eagle Eye Cherry A Little While Longer- Logan Martin Aint no Sunshine That's Alright Mama- Elvis Momma Tried- Merle Haggard Barley Breathing- Duncan Sheik Rock and Roll- Eric Hutchinson Wagon Wheel- Old Crow Medicine Show Its Still Rock and Roll to me- Billy Joel Dance Dance Dance- Steve Miller Banana Pancakes- Jack Johnson I wont back down- Tom Petty Piano Man- Billy Joel Start the day early- Stephen Kellogg and the sixers The Ballad of Curtis Loew- Lynyrd Skynyrd Yer Blues- The Beatles Wish You were here- Pink Floyd Mary Janes last dance- Tom Petty Cryin'- Logan Martin Shooting Star- Bad Company Knocking on Heavens door- Bob Dylan Flake- Jack Johnson/ Ben Harper Chicken Fried- Zac Brown Sitting on the dock of the bay- Otis Redding Im your Captain- Grand Funk Railroad What I Got- Sublime Black Water- The Doobie Brothers Seagull- Bad Company What Love is- Logan Martin This is how a heart breaks- rob Thomas turn the page- bob segar Ride on- AC/DC Slip Sliding Away- Paul Simon Brown Eye Girl- Van Morrison Centerfield- John Fogerty Closing Time- Semi Sonic His Words- Logan Martin All Along the Watchtower- Jimi Hendrix Wild Horses- Rolling Stones Rambling Man- The Allman Brothers Band Wonderful Tonight- Eric Clapton Simple Man- Lynyrd Skynyrd Rocket Man- Elton John Good Riddance- Green Day Eight Days A Week- The Beatles Tequila Sunrise- The Eagles Lay Down Sally- Eric Clapton Sympathy for the Devil- Rolling Stones It Never Rains in southern California- Albert Hammond Looking out my back door- CCR I Saw her standing there- the beatles Your mama don't dance- poison Another Drink- Logan Martin When the Rain Comes- Logan Martin Turn Away- Logan Martin Cover of the Rolling Stone- Dr. Hook Heading Home- Donavon Frankenreiter Before you accuse me- eric Clapton I can see Clearly now- Johnny Nash I wont give up- Jason Mraz In the summertime- Mungo Jerry Autumn- The Edgar Winter Group I am- Train South City Midnight Lady- Doobie Brothers You don't mess around with jim- Jim Croce Runaway Train- You and Me- Lifehouse Midnight RIder- THe Allman Brothers Last Goodbye- Logan Martin Heaven or Hell- Logan Martin Happy with You- Logan Martin I Miss You- Logan Martin

**NEW** Yamaha A3R

Just came in today! This is definitely a great buy. I was trying to find a great 6-string that I can play out with solo or in a full band and this is it!! I took it out of the case and hit the very first chord and the sound was beautiful! I knew right away I had to get strap locks on this art work! So I grabbed the old guitar and swapped, so now it will be "Almost" impossible to destroy this. After I got the strap locks on I knew I needed to take it for a test run through the P.A. btw... I noticed that when I took the guitar out of the package it was STILL IN TUNE!! There is nothing more that drives me INSANE, than a guitar that doesn't stay in tune. Anyway, after I plugged it in, it was like god spoke to me! the tone was fantastic I just couldnt decide which microphone to keep it on so I just used all three. The SRT pick up system in this guitar is amazing. I looked at a lot of guitar put this one had so many features for tone wise. plus there is a built in tuner. I know this is a guitar that will be around long after I am dead! THE LOGAN "HARPS" MARTIN GUITAR!