Dan Logan

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Dan Logan
Born (1985-12-19) December 19, 1985 (age 30)
Grantham, East Midlands, England
Nationality English
Education Brighton Institute Of Modern Music
Occupation Musician, bassist
Years active 2004–present
Home town Lymm, Cheshire, England

Dan Logan (born 19 December 1985 in Grantham, East Midlands, England) is an English musician.[1] Formerly the bassist of The Kooks and is the former Cat the Dog bassist, he also briefly played double bass for Brighton alt/blues band Sweet Sweet Lies as well as singing and playing all instruments in rock-a-billy side band Logan And The Faithfuls collaborating with various musicians. After a brief spell with The Lyrebirds he was briefly bassist for a reformed The Ordinary Boys, and drum tech for The Maccabees. Since 2014, Logan has played bass and sung backing vocals for Chrissie Hynde.


Logan was born in Grantham, East Midlands, but was raised in Lymm, a village outside of Cheshire. He was educated at home. He attended Brighton Institute Of Modern Music, where he met Daryl Pruess, Andrew Newton and Christopher Melian and together formed Cat the Dog in 2004.

The band was signed to Virgin records after only three shows, Cat the Dog split in December 2007 after their last tour with Zico Chain.

in 2008, he temporarily replaced Ex-Kooks bassist Max Rafferty to complete their first world tour.


He plays a 1970s Fender jazz bass usually with an Ampeg or Ashdown amp.[2]


  1. ^ Copeland, A. G. (2004-01-12). Discord in Harmony. Xlibris Corporation. pp. 299–. ISBN 9781465314680. Retrieved 5 March 2016. 
  2. ^ [1] Archived September 25, 2008, at the Wayback Machine.‹The template Wayback is being considered for merging.›