From London to South Africa, to Nevada to Nashville, to Vancouver to Los Angeles –
This young composer is no stranger to international music work.
The last few months have been exciting for Logan Jones – with the release of his new album ‘Silver in Your Veins’ and a trip to Los Angeles to tour the Musicians Institute College of Contemporary Music at invitation of the Dean.
At the young age of seventeen, Logan Jones has had the opportunity to work with many talented musicians across the globe. He most recently returned from a grit filled historic music and film project ‘Silver In Your Veins’. The project is a collaboration with Nashville songwriter Carey Ott, John Smits who brought his sound engineering and music expertise all the way from South Africa to Tennessee, and Vancouver Bassist Nikow Whitworth. Film makers Ethan Cook and Chicago based Jim Quattrocki recorded the project.
Rich in mining history, Tonopah was the perfect location for inspiration with sessions at the Historic Mining Park followed by a performance at the renowned Mizpah Hotel.
The trio then travelled to Darkhorse Recording Studio complex in Nashville, Tennessee, home to multiple Gold and Platinum records, to complete the recording of ‘Silver In Your Veins’.
The album is now released on iTunes: itunes.apple.com/us/album/silver-in-your-veins-feat./id1184558658
Meanwhile completing his 4th album, Logan has also been busy writing for Zoom Fest, working on a special Dance First music video project in collaboration with Choreographer Monica Proenca (Center Stage: On Pointe), and writing theme music for two television series’ “BC Brew on Tap” and “Get Cooking with the Stars.”
“Love the new music you composed for our new season”
– Laurie Bell, host of “Get Cooking With The Stars”
From behind the scenes to in front of the camera himself, Logan has also played live and been interviewed with “On Da Grine TV with Valentine”, and composed music for Center Stage: On Pointe cast who danced live to the music on Shaw TV Vancouver.
Looking ahead, Logan Jones is investigating his options for formal education in music and is always open to collaborate. Logan hopes to gain experience in writing for more films and puts a call out to film makers to bring him a new challenge.
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