Logan was raised in the shadow of the Rocky Mountains on a farm in Idaho. "We lived eight miles in the country, so listening to music was how I entertained myself as a kid." Logan says. "My dad and I listened to people like Jimi Hendrix, The Beatles, Pink Floyd, and Crosby Still Nash & Young while we drove around the farm. My mom's influence was on the softer side: James Taylor, Jim Croce, and Carole King. I honestly didn't even realize for most of my early years that the music I was listening to wasn't current."
Logan's took his first steps as a performing artist at the age of seven as a miniature Elvis impersonator, a fitting start for an artist whose sound is always tinted with a little nostalgia. In high school he discovered multi-track recording. "I borrowed an old department store drum-set from a friend, and a Bass guitar from the school choir department and basically taught myself how to play each of the songs just before I hit record."
Logan continues to play all the instruments on his recordings to this day. His debut album, "One Man Band of Gypsies" is a melting pot of his varied influences, from the CSNY like harmonies and surf guitar solos on "California", to the pop ukulele and overdriven bass line of "Emma Stone". Logan released a full length acoustic album "There Is No 'A' In Kendell" in the fall of 2014. The album features 8 new original songs and 4 covers, the thing for which Logan has become known on Youtube.
Logan, his wife Katrina, and their new baby girl Evangeline left Boston where Logan studied songwriting and production at Berklee College of Music in the Autumn of 2014. When they aren't seeing the world in and living on the road, the Kendells can be found in the red cliffed desert of southern Utah.