Tony Logue Reflects On The Struggles Of The Working Class With Impressive New Album, ‘The Crumbs’

Tony Logue country music
Tony Logue

Last year, Tony Logue took the independent country scene by storm with one of the most impressive albums in all of 2022, Jericho.

Within the album, the Kentucky native showed off his incredibly vivid storytelling, while singing about personal life experiences growing up, intertwined with fictional stories that you can picture in your head like a movie.

And now, the man is back at it again with his latest album that dropped today, titled The Crumbs.

Sean Sullivan engineered the new project, who has worked with the likes of Sturgill Simpson, Tyler Childers, Molly Tuttle, Del McCoury, and more.

On top of that, he brought in some seasoned veteran musicians for the backing band, including the likes of 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.

Logue got the hype train started by releasing his lead single to the album, “Paducah,” almost a month ago, showing off his versatility with a southern rock approach, singing about a long drive back home to see his woman in Paducah.

Needless to say, the whole album is a perfect reflection of the struggle tons of working class individuals across the country, with a unique mix of country music, southern rock, and Americana.

Here are a few of my favorites:


“The Crumbs”

“Rust Belt”


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