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Logan Richard

Logan Richard (he/him) is a multi-award winning songwriter and performer based in Charlottetown, PE. After picking up the guitar at the age of ten, Richard has been in numerous musical projects, and has shared stages with the likes of Marianas Trench, Paper Lions, and Gordie Sampson. In 2017, Logan began to focus more on his writing, and began to release music under his own name. Since then, Logan has seen many successes, and has often been referred to as one of the Maritimes’ young rising stars. Though his focus has drifted more towards songwriting and performing, Logan is still known across the Maritimes for his unique, and tasteful guitar playing. 2022 is set to be a banner year for Richard, and if you would like to tag along for the ride, he and his music can be found on any and all streaming services, all social media platforms, or on his website loganrichardmusic.com.  

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