Posted September 28, 2016 by Mike Mineo in Tracks

Logan Metz – “Interesting People”


Off Chicago’s soul/jazz singer-songwriter Logan Metz’s upcoming album The Last Remaining Payphone in L.A., “Interesting People” is a fun single that shows off Metz’ nostalgic dazzle. Accompanied by a rousing display of brass and classic keys, this ode to individuality captures well a stage presence that “lies somewhere between Columbo and a Baptist preacher.” Certainly affixed to nostalgia and stories from eras past, the talented Metz – who worked as a music and English teacher in L.A for five years while touring in multiple acts – has performed at a variety of venues, including alongside the likes of Willie Nelson, Neil Young, Kris Kristofferson, and Bob Weir. Look for the full-length on October 21st from this classic-minded songwriter.

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