It may be explained by his growing up playing in a symphony orchestra while also fronting a rock band, but Logan Leet's musical background can best be described as, well...diverse. Logan's formal training was on the clarinet and oboe, but he couldn't seem to stay away from the diversions of guitar and piano and by the time he was out of college, the woodwinds had been placed aside and Logan began his journey as a singer/songwriter. Somehow, over the years, this evolved into Logan's own brand of eclectic folk/rock. Whether performing with his band, The Lie, or as a solo acoustic act, he will take you from the horse and tobacco fields of his native Kentucky Bluegrass region to dropping out in Jamaica to Appalachia for a true story of life in the hills, and along the way tell you tales of everything from farming to families and sailing to smoking. On his first CD, "More Things Change," Logan assembled a group of local and nationally-known musicians to spread his musical word from right in his hometown ("garnering much well-deserved attention from fans of the singer-songwriter school of performance" - Chris Webb, Ace Weekly)to people across the globe ("Sounds great!...a pleasure to introduce your album to my listeners" - J.L. Bueno, La Otra Musica, FM80, Cadiz, Spain). The release of this recording took Logan to several different venues, including a performance at the 2001 Kerrville Folk Festival in Texas, where he was a New Folk finalist.
After living on a sailboat for two years, he has spent most of his time since recording in his home studio and playing solo gigs around Kentucky. Now residing in Louisville, KY, Logan has recently released a previously recorded single, Zelda, about the travails of writer's block while staying in lyricist Oscar Hammerstein's house. The latest release is Ballad of Daisy and June Bug, that Logan wrote in traditional ballad form to tell the true story of an Eastern Kentucky couple, whose love was tragically entwined in a series of unfortunate decisions.