Maddie Logan is a country-pop singer/songwriter based in both Nashville and Los Angeles. From Musical theatre, to singing alongside a renowned Los Angeles orchestra, to solo appearances, Maddie has been performing most of her 18 years. Early on, she demonstrated a prodigious talent for songwriting that caught the attention of music industry professionals in Los Angeles. Before long, 9 year old Maddie was in the studio recording her first original songs.

At 13, Maddie’s penchant for songwriting and love of country music compelled her to begin the challenging task of establishing herself as a country artist in Nashville. Once there she immediately got busy, and was blessed to co-write with some amazingly talented songwriters. These collaborations, along with the opportunity to work with many brilliant and accomplished producers and musicians, has led to the recording of her two most recent EP’s.  Her most recent EP, If It’s Not Forever, is now available on iTunes.


Career Highlights and Achievements:

  • 11 Years of Performing, Writing and Recording Experience
  • Winner of Global Music Award for Best Country-Pop Emerging Artist 2016
  • Winner of Global Music Award for Best Country-Pop Song 2016
  • Performed on Midwest Radio Tour promoting single, Breakup Survival Guide
  • Original Song, Breakup Survival Guide, in top twenty on IndieWorld’s Country Record Chart
  • Radio airplay, Breakup Survival Guide currently charting on Music Row Breakout Chart
  • Active Member of Nashville Songwriters Association International (NSAI)
  • Publisher and Songwriter with Broadcast Music Inc. (BMI)
  • Featured Performer on The Nashville Spotlight TV program based in Nashville, TN
  • Rising Star Music Award – Country-Pop Solo Artist
  • Inland Idol Vocal Competition Finalist
  • Golden State Pops Orchestra Child Soloist
  • Performed at the famous Whisky a GoGo at only 11
  • Endorsed by Daisy Rock Guitars at age 11
  • Featured artist in Daisy Rock Guitar’s documentary, Women Who Inspire, on Better.TV
  • Recorded first EP with Grammy-winning Producer when only 9 years old
  • Accepted into the Electric Youth Performing Arts Program in Hollywood under the direction of Triple Platinum Artist and Broadway Star, Debbie Gibson, at 9 years old
  • Featured performer for multiple charitable events including; the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation, Kids 4 Kids Children’s Cancer Research, ASPCA, and Gibson Girl Foundation

Contact: Manager