On the rise Country/Southern Rock performing artist Logan McKeighen is fast becoming one of the genres most talked about artists. A native of southern Indiana, Logan began taking lessons from a bluegrass player in his hometown at the age of 14, and played his first show at age 16. Through the years Logan has written songs and performed at local bars and festivals close to his residence and around the surrounding county of Orange County, Indiana. In 2020, Logan was contacted through social media by country producer, Dean Miller, son of Roger Miller who was most notable for his hit song “King of the Road”. That following summer, Logan made the trip down to Nashville to record his debut EP titled “Orange County Line” which has become a fan favorite amongst Indiana and Kentucky area. All of the songs were written at his residence in Indiana, but were produced at the very prestigious OmniSound Studios in Nashville, which has been graced by performers such as Miranda Lambert
Blake Shelton, and John Anderson. The standout EP includes songs that Logan wrote solely, And has been praised by some as a type of “traditional sonic style of country” with blended melodies and effortless vocal grit, with blends of modern-day country as well. Logan credits his early influences to Marshall Tucker Band, Jason Aldean, Cody Jinks, and Chris Knight.