Logan Dudding has been performing around his lifelong home in southwest Montana before a lot of today’s classics were written. Some nights, evenings, and even afternoons he’ll be found with a cut-away Martin in his hands, offering to the world his blend of Americana Music. Logan’s live performance includes several acoustic versions of original songs from his full-length album played in between classic covers and unknown gems spanning several decades.
Logan garnered a local presence as a drummer/percussionist for several great music acts. His passion for music added some guitar work which evolved to collaborating, composing, writing, and producing, music. Logan has had different involvement from performance to production for several albums he has been apart which is privileged to include The Restless Pines, The Chad Ball Band, and The Red Mountain Band. Logan is fortunate to have several members collaborate, compose, write, and produce his solo album, Can’t Afford the Habit.
Logan’s original and collaborative music has been described by some as a glimpse into small, mountain-town life. When not immersed in music or the excess that tends to follow, Logan is usually on a body of water or snowy mountain side, where it’s not hard to sustain inspiration in a small, mountain-town life. All the music acts mentioned above can be found however you stream music, wherever small town or big city you may be.
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