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     Formed in early 2008,

the Tony Logue Band has

developed a healthy fol-

lowing throughout the mid

south. They gained region-

al success and Radio air-

play with the release of

their first EP The Calm

Before the Storm, and are

currently working on their

next project to be titled

The Reckless Kind. As a

songwriter Logue has

found his voice. He says

what he wants to say with

conviction and honesty.

"All The songs I write are

basically about people

making choices and living

with the consequences

they bring" Logue said in a recent phone interview. "I make real music for real people." With songs that

cut to the bone and the musical chops to back it up this ferocious rockin' foursome has honed their brand of country music down to a razor sharp edge to become one of the best live acts out there.

     They have recently been on stage with the likes of David Allen Coe, Rhett Akins, Confederate Railroad and Andy Griggs just to name a few. The Band consists of Benton Ky's Dylan Driver on lead guitar, Murray Ky's Kyle Robertson on bass guitar and Nashville Tn's Jason Munday on the drum kit. "I feel like We've built a dynasty" Logue says of his musical lineup. "These guys are amazing, each one can bring the heat. They deliver every time we take the stage." And the stages seem to be getting bigger for the band these days as they continue to log miles. One day at a time, One song at a time the Tony Logue Band has proven one thing. They’re in it for the long haul.