While none of her family were professional musicians, they were all music lovers, after dinner they would frequently have family "jam sessions." In her teens Brill continued to expand musically by playing in her brothers jazz band. At 18 she moved to Nashville, Tennessee to pursue an education at Belmont University. Not wanting to limit herself to music, though, she earned a degree in French with a minor in vocal performance. After a friend introduced her to workers at Carnival Music, Brill signed with the label in early 2012. Brill's debut album, Walking Wires, was released on October 15, 2013. It features ten tracks was produced by Oran Thorton and Matthew Miller. Two of her songs have been featured on the VH1 reality show Couples Therapy.
"Scars" was featured on season four (episode six), "Rewind" was featured on season 4 (episode 3). Both are included on Walking Wires. She also recorded and a released the single “Wailing Wall” in a partnership with Massachusetts-based charity organization Montachusett Veterans’ Outreach Center, drawing attention to women Veterans’ issues with proceeds of sales benefiting MVOC. Logan has appeared since her release on sold-out bills in markets from Nashville to Chicago to Washington, DC, including acoustic opening spots with artists like Steve Earle, Josh Turner, Jerry Douglas, Leon Russell, Ashley Monroe, Gary Allan, and Todd Snider, as well as with her band at national concert events like Virginia Beach’s Patriotic Festival with The Band Perry and Cincinnati’s first annual Buckle Up Festival with headliners Alison Krauss, Willie Nelson, & David Nail. Brill released her second album, Shuteye, on June 2, 2015, and it sold 1,100 copies on its debut week. She also performed at North Carolina’s famed roots festival, Merlefest, California’s largest Country Music Festival, Stagecoach, making her Grand Ole Opry debut, and touring appearances with icons Merle Haggard and Dwight Yoakam.
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