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In addition to a flourishing solo career, John Power had the distinction of being a member of two iconic British bands of the 1980s and '90s, the La's and Cast. Born in Liverpool, England, in 1967, Power was 19 years old when he formed a band with fellow Liverpudlian Lee Mavers; that band would become the La's, one of the most legendary U.K. acts of the '80s, who released a top-selling album in 1990 but were also fabled for their striking live shows and the eccentricities of Mavers, who was never able to reproduce his grand musical vision in the recording studio. In 1992, Power became frustrated with the slow progress of the La's' second album and wanted an outlet for his own songs. Leaving Mavers and company and moving from bass to guitar, Power formed Cast; while they lacked the critical acclaim of fellow Britpop bands such as Oasis and Blur, Cast's powerful, straight-ahead rock approach clicked with audiences, and their 1995 debut, All Change, became the fastest-selling debut album in the history of the venerable Polydor label. Cast's second and third albums, 1997's Mother Nature Calls and 1999's Magic Hour, both went Top Ten in the U.K., but 2001's Beetroot was a massive commercial disappointment, and in 2002 Power broke up the band. In 2003, Power released his first solo album, a deeply personal acoustic set called Happening for Love, but the disc attracted few listeners and in 2005 Power rejoined the La's when Lee Mavers opted to reunite the band for a series of festival appearances. While continuing to work with the La's, Power resumed his solo career in 2006, releasing an album of hard-stomping folk-rock, Willow She Weeps, in the fall of that year and supporting the set with a tour of the U.K.
Logan Carter is an acoustic singer songwriter with a difference; he has distinctive and strong vocals with guitar playing to match. He prides himself on performance and will always put on a show; he is quickly asserting himself as a strong favourite on the South's music scene.
He writes his own material but is an established covers artist with both a familiar and different set. Playing covers from the likes of Billy Jean by Michael Jackson, Superstition by Stevie Wonder, as well as those well-known classics that people know, love and sing along to, Logan has something for everyone whatever the audience. He is a trained performer and studied at the ACM along with Newton Faulkner and other great emerging artists. He has played in many bands throughout his life, and now plays in Away From James, which includes ex Sony BMG artist Jinder, One half of Shelby's Elbow's Martin Davis, and Soultone endorsed Drummer Ryan Halsey.
Logan is playing solo at many venues in the south and south west and his upbeat set always gets people up and dancing. Logan is always a hit at the places that he plays, and is always invited back.