Mal Logan

Former Wanganui boy Mal Logan crossed the Tasman with The Rebels in 1969. He has been described as a “living legend” by the Australian music press for his involvement with a who’s who of artists including Living Force, Renee Geyer, Jimmy Barnes and the Little River Band.

The New Zealand keyboard player, a sought after session player, arranger and producer, was a mainstay of the Renee Geyer Band on the road and in the studio for several years and toured and recorded with the Little River Band in Australia and the USA, appearing on two of their albums.

The Rebels, post Larry: Glyn Mason, John Williams, Viv McCarthy, Nooky Stott and Mal Logan
Mal Logan (left) with Carson at the Mulwala Rock Festival, Mulwala, New South Wales, 1972
The Rebels, post Larry: John Williams, Mal Logan, Nooky Stott, Glyn Mason and Viv McCarthy
Mal Logan with Geoff Achison & The Souldiggers, East Brunswick Club, Melbourne, November 2008
Photo credit: Photo by Nic Quittner
Healing Force - Golden Miles
The Rebels - Madrigal (1969)
The Rebels, post Larry: Mal Logan, John Williams, Glyn Mason, Nooky Stott and Viv McCarthy
Little River Band in 1979. L to R: Beeb Birtles, Glenn Shorrock, Graeham Goble, Barry Sullivan, Derek Pellicci, David Briggs and Mal Logan
Healing Force - Feelings From The Gully (GTK 1971)
Renee Geyer Band:  Mal Logan, Barry Sullivan, Renee Geyer, Mark Punch and Greg Tell




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