Tony Logue Drops Lead Single “Paducah,” Ahead Of Upcoming Album, ‘The Crumbs’

Tony Logue
Tony Logue

Tony Logue just keeps outdoing himself.

The Western Kentucky native immediately captured our attention last year when he dropped his second studio album, Jericho, which was one of our personal favorites here at Whiskey Riff.

With his perfect combination of country, Americana, and roots rock, along with incredibly deep lyrics that you can practically picture in your head like a movie, the singer/songwriter is well on his way to becoming a household name.

And now, the man himself is gearing up to drop yet another project, titled The Crumbs, slated to drop on Friday, September 1st.

In preparation for the release, Logue has teamed up once again with Sean Sullivan, who is engineering the whole project. He’s worked with the likes of Sturgill Simpson, Tyler Childers, Molly Tuttle, Del McCoury, and more.

Not to mention, he has some seasoned veterans in the backing band for this project, including Tammy Rogers (Steel Drivers) on fiddle and backing vocals, Will Kimbrough (Emmylou Harris, Rodney Crowell, Todd Snider) on guitar and backing vocals, and Mike Rojas and Phil Bronchtien on piano and organ.

And today, Logue has officially dropped the lead single for the upcoming project, titled “Paducah.”

In this song, Logue took a more southern rock approach. Electric guitar driven, this is the type of song you want to turn all the way up with the windows rolled down, as he sings about a long trip back home to his woman in Paducah.

Give it a listen:

A beer bottle on a dock



A beer bottle on a dock