Logan Mize is an accomplished country singer/songwriter from Clearwater, Kansas, who has deep musical roots in his family tree. His great uncle was Billy Mize, largely known for crafting and evolving the legendary Bakersfield sound, which included musical pioneers Merle Haggard and Buck Owens. In 2009, his first self-titled album was released and shortly thereafter, in 2010, Logan signed a publishing deal with Big Yellow Dog Music. In 2012, his second album "Nobody in Nashville" was released, which peaked at #49 on the US Country chart. Over the next five years Logan hit the road and toured the US and UK, attracting and winning over new fans at every stop along the way.
In 2016, Mize made waves and solidified his unique relationship with his fans by letting them take over the reins and booked a solo acoustic tour driven exclusively via social media. Mize and crew decided to replace the tour bus with his 1989 Chevy Caprice station wagon named "Glenn" and traveled 20,000 miles in 2-months to play shows in clubs, hometown bars, and backyards.
In 2017, his latest album "Come Back Road" was released and debuted in the top 20 Billboard Country Albums and reached no. 2 on the iTunes Country Charts. Propelled by the album's popularity, "Ain't Always Pretty," eclipsed 30 million streams on Spotify in 2018.