Anyone who has attended a Larry Logan concert knows a harmonica is more than prop in a vintage Western. Logan’s repertoire embraces classical and semiclassical melodies, even
Irish ballards. His range extends from Mozart to Gershwin.
The author has great recall, remembering gigs and personalities, even pay scales and plaudits. The prose is honest, conversational, recounting events as he lived them. He works in his love of
horses and dogs, his sideline of restoring antique carriages, his love of family, and the support of friends and the two women in his life.
Performers will identify immediately with this book and aspiring musicians will recognize it as a pragmatic guide. Even those with no ear for music will find Logan’s Run an
admirable adventure, full of spirit, enthusiasm, and inspiration.
Robert T. Reilly. Author...