“Women Want to Hear Women With Elaina” Featuring Logan Brill

“Women Want to Hear Women With Elaina” Featuring Logan Brill

​On this week’s podcast, we’re featuring a young woman you are going to fall in love with: Logan Brill.

One of the great byproducts of this podcast is that it has allowed me to discover even more women in country music—Logan is a perfect example. She makes me so excited about the future of the genre and the work ethic of women in this industry.

Logan has worked hard to get to where she is today, drawing inspiration from strong women like her mom and sister. And her hard work has been paying off, as evidenced by Logan opening gigs for a number of artists, including Merle Haggard, Dwight Yoakam, Gary Alan, Lee Brice, The Band Perry and more.

We talk about Logan’s winding road, where she’s headed and so much more. Hope you guys enjoy!

Show Participants:

  • Logan Brill
  • Elaina Smith, host of WWTHW


Videos:

  • Logan “Plays It Forward” with a cover of Patty Griffin’s “Nobody’s Crying,” a song from her 2002 album, 1000 Kisses.
  • Logan performs her new single, “Giving Up.”


Logan’s Women Want to Hear Women Playlist


Need a refresher what #WomenWantToHearWomen is all about?
Past episodes: 
Kacey Musgraves
Dolly Parton
Carly Pearce
Shawna Thompson of Thompson Square
Tegan Marie
Clare Dunn
Stephanie Quayle 
Sarah Darling
Rachel Reinert
Carrie Underwood
Abby Anderson
Runaway June
Kalie Shorr
Rachel Wammack
Jessie Chris
Tenille Townes
Delta Rae

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