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Logan Richardson: Tiny Desk Concert

Hear a triumphant fusion of jazz, rock and blues that moves with momentum and fresh anticipation. Logan Richardson plays with a lyrical intensity that is both focused and free.
Logan Richardson performs a Tiny Desk Concert on March 2, 2018 (Eslah Attar/NPR). Source: Eslah Attar

Logan Richardson's latest project, , is a condition, a state of being. The album was derived from the early slave calls that inspired the earliest American jazz and blues musical traditions. Here at the Tiny

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