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The Logan Richard Band

The Logan Richard Band

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The Logan Richard Band
Logan Richard may just be Atlantic Canada’s answer to John Mayer, Theo Katzman, and Colin James all rolled into one. With his spellbinding R&B grooves, smooth voice, and blues-tinged guitar licks, it’s easy to see why many are calling him one of the best up-and-coming young guitarists in the country.

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With hundreds of thousands of streams on Spotify and airplay on CBC Radio 2, Richard has garnered a dedicated legion of fans with his creatively crafted soundscape. He asserted himself in the Maritime blues scene at an early age, honing his frontman skills outside summer cafés on the streets of Charlottetown. Richard released his successful debut EP The Split in 2017, which earned him a headliner slot at the TD PEI Jazz & Blues Festival and an East Coast Music Awards nomination for Blues Recording of the Year. In 2021, Music PEI named him the New Artist of the Year.

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