Review : Logan Mize - Nobody In Nashville
Rough StockTwo of the best songs on the record are “Sunflower” and “Good Life.” “Sunflower” has a melodic guitar that recalls U2 while the lyrics and vocal delivery are pure modern country music where Logan sings about being a ramblin’ man who’s “like the sunflower who follows the sun.” “Good Life,” meanwhile, is a song which finds Logan singing about a guy who wants to get back to the simple life of his small Kansas upbringing and wants to bring his girl with him. As far as ‘I love the country songs’ go, this is one of the best ones I’ve heard in a while.
When it’s all said and done, Logan Mize has something that’s hard to quantify in country music. He’s got a sound that’s mainstream yet when you hear him come across the speakers, you know you’re listening to an artist who is completely unique with a voice that recalls others but cannot be compared to anyone else on the airwaves today. That may be an initial hard sell but with songs like Nobody In Nashville has, Logan Mize deserves the chance at massive airplay and the stardom that comes with it....full text
GACSomewhere between the rough edges of Texas Red Dirt and the expansive, open guitars of the American Midwest, Logan Mize is writing his own musical story. Nobody In Nashville, the 26-year-old’s sophomore album, blends themes of Texas artists like Pat Green and Reckless Kelly with the steady-rockin’ approach of Heartland icons like Tom Petty and John Mellencamp. The result is a thumping 10-song collection on life, love, the road and why a little self-reflection can be a good thing.
Logan sets himself apart from other Music Row artists on Nobody In Nashville. Even collaborations with hit Nashville songwriters like Liz Rose (co-writer of ACM Song of the Year “Crazy Girl” by Eli Young Band) on “I Remember Everything” take on Logan’s distinctive drawl and full-throttle sound as he sings, I remember everything burning like a candle at the back of my mind. And on Nobody In Nashville, the candle burns with an infectious energy through Logan’s sharp tongue and musical urgency....full text
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