“Drenched in steel and oozing barroom authenticity, this is utterly mesmerizing. Sign me up for the fan club. – Music Row

“Drifting in with the fog from the Bay Area, singer-songwriter Logan Ledger is charmingly scruffy at first appearance. But when he lets his voice loose, it’s chill-inducting—his knack for rubbery hard country melodies conjure the ghosts of 50s singers like George Jones.” Mother Jones

“Ledger is a rising star whose music walks the fine line between country, Americana and alternative, mixing a dreamy element of 1950s nostalgia with undeniably modern attitudes and sensibilities.” American Songwriter

“Ledger came by the hype the honest way. He’s not trying to impress red dirt music devotees, Deadheads or anyone else sure to love something from I Don’t Dream Anymore.”The Boot

“a Roy Orbison fullness and dynamic” Roots Radio WMOT 89.5

“California songwriter Logan Ledger is formulating a country noir stylistic niche with the assistance of T-Bone Burnett, the veteran producer who helped shape Ledger’s debut EP, I Don’t Dream Anymore. The husky-voiced singer/guitarist has obviously spent plenty of time listening to Roy Orbison and Chris Isaak records.” ­The Philadelphia Inquirer

Toronto, ON – February 7, 2020 – Rising Bay-area-bred singer-songwriter, Logan Ledger, will release his highly anticipated self-titled debut album on April 3 via Electro Magnetic/Rounder Records. Produced by 13-time GRAMMYAWARD winner T Bone Burnett, Logan Ledger embraces the roots of country music while looking through a dark and surrealistic lens – a sound that’s stylistically wayward yet deeply grounded in classic songmanship. Listen/share (I’m Gonna Get Over This) Some Day here, preorder the album here.

“We were pretty much on the same page when it came to what kind of album we were going to make: something that drew from the traditional folk and country music I’ve loved since childhood, but with a good portion of rock and roll and psychedelia thrown in,” Ledger says of working with Burnett. “I’ve always believed that in order to create something new with purpose, one must be steeped in the past and work from within the tradition. This record represents the manifestation of so many of my lifelong dreams about music.”

Last fall, the Nashville-based artist, dubbed “a modern George Jones” by Rolling Stone, released his EP I Don’t Dream Anymore. Two songs from the EP, Invisible Blue and I Don’t Dream Anymore, will be featured on Ledger’s forthcoming full length.

Backed by T Bone Burnett, additional support on the album comes from guitarist Marc Ribot (Tom Waits, Elvis Costello), drummer Jay Bellerose (Willie Nelson, Jackson Browne), bassist Dennis Crouch (Loretta Lynn, Dolly Parton) and guitarist/pedal steel player Russ Pahl (Kacey Musgraves, Tyler Childers). Ledger says, “We’re all sort of twirling around each other and creating this great big texture of sound together…. I love how everyone's constantly improvising, but without ever getting in anybody else’s way.”

Ledger will join Secret Sisters on tour across the U.S. this March and April, before joining Lilly Hiatt later this spring. See below for routing details.

1. Mermaids
2. Starlight
3. Invisible Blue
4. I Don’t Dream Anymore
5. Nobody Knows
6. (I’m Gonna Get Over This) Some Day
7. Electric Fantasy
8. Tell Me A Lie
9. Skip A Rope
10. San Francisco
11. Imagining Raindrops

March 22 - Sarasota, FL Fogartyville - Community Media and Arts Center ◊
March 23 - Tampa, FL - Jaeb Theater ◊
March 25 - Brooklyn, NY - Murmrr Theatre*
March 27 - Boston, MA - City Winery*
March 28 - Philadelphia, PA - City Winery*
March 29 - Alexandria, VA - The Birchmere*
March 31 - Newport, KY - The Southgate House Revival*
April 2 - Chicago, IL - Maurer Hall- Old Town School of Folk Music*
April 3 - Wausau, WI - Grand Theater*
April 4 - Eau Claire, WI - Pablo Center at the Confluence*
April 5 - Minneapolis, MN - Varsity Theater*
April 6 - Omaha, NE - The Waiting Room*
April 8 - Des Moines, IA - Wooly’s*
April 9 - Kansas City, KS - Knuckleheads Saloon*
April 10 - St. Louis, MO - Off Broadway*
April 19 - Tilmon, TX - Old Settler’s Music Festival
April 30 - Denver, CO - Globe Hall†
May 1 - Fort Collins, CO - Armory Event Center†
May 2 - Manitou Springs, CO - Lulu’s Downstairs†
May 4 - Phoenix, AZ - Valley Bar†
May 5 - San Diego, CA - Soda Bar†
May 7 - Los Angeles, CA - The Moroccan Lounge†
May 8 - San Francisco, CA - Cafe Du Nord†
May 9 - Redding, CA - The Dip†
May 12 - Portland, OR - Doug Fir Lounge†
May 13 - Seattle, WA - The Sunset Tavern†
May 14 - Prosser, WA - Brewminatti†
May 15 - Boise, ID - The Olympic Venue†
May 16 - Hailey, ID - The Mint†
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*Supporting Secret Sisters
†Supporting Lilly Hiatt

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