Logan Hone is a musician based in Los Angeles from Salt Lake City. He plays saxophone, drums, fretless banjo, portable pump organ, guitar, keyboards, bass, and flute.

Hone's many projects include the avant-rollercoaster quartet Similar Fashion; weirdo pop trio Bright Whistles; FunCoffin, led by performer-composer Christian Asplund; the celestial folk band Desert Magic; and his own solo work—songs, compositions, videos, and performances.

Logan's recent recorded output includes the 2016 solo album Variety Show (Wellness Association of Los Angeles) and 2015's Logan Hone's Similar Fashion (pfMentum).

He has performed at RedCat, The Blue Whale, Cry and Roar, Utah Arts Festival, Downtown Music Gallery (NYC), Berkeley Arts Festival, Open Gate Concert Series, MorYork, Skidmore College, and has presented masterclasses at University of Utah, University of Reno, Snow College, among more.


Unpredictable, joyous experimentation.Impose Magazine

a mostly irreverent romp full of chaotic sounds deftly organized by HoneLA Weekly

boldness, irreverence and humor enough.All About Jazz

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The band sounds like they are getting ready to be the soundtrack for an animation film festival, or at least a Warner Brothers Saturday morning matinee.Jazz Weekly

There is an underlying feeling of humor that runs through this disc as well as some crafty writing which makes this much easier to swallow than much of the more noisy or more complex music that I music often review. That breath of fresh air certainly does feel good. I always dig music that is impossible to pigeonhole yet remains compelling in unexpected ways.
Downtown Music Gallery Newsletter

Bright Whistles delivered one of the most inspiring local shows I'd ever seen last year, obliterating genre lines in an explosion of creative energy.Herald Extra

Bravo for something so familiar and yet so beautifully strange. Refreshing. It gives me hope for new sounds.KFJC

He’s a jazz musician, but his sound has a great deal of indie rock thrown into the mix, and he thrives on blurring musical genres.

Bright Whistles is like...what an OK GO music video would sound like if the video itself were transformed into audio that reflected the clever, enthusiastic, enigmatic visuals. In other words, it’s pretty rad.Independent Clauses