Local entertainer overcomes obstacles to a musical career

Rachel Dove rbaldwin@civitasmedia.com

April 22, 2014

By Rachel Dove


NASHVILLE, Tenn. - Logan Hall, the 2012 Road to Fame winner, will begin touring again after he was injured in a freak accident in the mine where he worked last winter, according to Lyrick Promotions LTD.

Hall has faced tragedy more than once. After his accident left him with a broken back and no way to support his family, he turned to music and found solace in doing what he had always loved.

After winning the First Road to Fame competition in 2012, Hall went to Nashville, where he recorded a self-titled album, and a video featuring “Treasures from the Ground.” Two singles have been released on Itunes from that album, titled “Holler,” and “Treasures from the Ground.” The entertainer has opened for such acts as Lynyrd Skynyrd and Shooter Jennings, the son of legendary country music entertainer Waylon Jennings.

Recently, Hall met with yet another tragedy which almost ended his newfound career. While doing some woodwork in his shop, a freak accident caused his left hand to come in contact with a saw blade that did substantial damage. Hall was determined to beat the odds and continue his journey to stardom, and with a lot of hard work, dedication, commitment and support from his family, friends and fans, he is back - better than ever.

Hall is now ready to get back on the road and make up for lost time, looking forward to future engagements where he can once again play the music he loves.

For more information on the entertainer and a schedule of his performances, visit his website at loganhallmusic.com, or his Facebook page at www.facebook.com/OfficialLoganHall. For media inquiries and booking information, contact Donald York Jr. at the Nashville-based Lyrick Talent Group, Inc., by calling 615-717-5136.