Kansas-native Logan Mize has announced the release date for his album Bloodline and his “Bloodline Tour” set for May. The title track of the album and tour is out now.
Out May 5, Bloodline will be Mize’s first project since his 2021 concept album, Welcome to Prairieville. With Mize bringing his musings on heartbreak, growing up, family, small-town upbringings and a sense of place, the collection acts as a musical scrapbook with music providing a photographic insight into his childhood in Kansas.
The title track, written by Randy Montana, Josh Hoge and Django Walker, begins the exploration into Mize’s Kansas roots, and honors all of the things that give small towns their character.
“‘Bloodline’ is a song I’ve loved for a couple years and have always wanted to record it,” says Mize. “My family and I live in a rural great plains town of about 900 people and my kids go to school with all their cousins. The line where it talks about the wild kid with the grass stained blue jeans is a visual that I’m used to seeing so often with my 11 year old son’s backyard football games. The mud up the side of a Chevrolet….we live on a dirt road. We just really live this song and that’s why I felt it was such a great lead track for my upcoming project.”
Mize recently announced the “Bloodline Tour” with Troy Cartwright supporting on select dates. The 12-city adventure kicks off on May 4 in Ralston, Nebraska. The trek will include stops in Chicago, Des Moines and Kansas City before wrapping in St. Louis on May 20.
Bloodline Track Listing:
1. “Bloodline” (Randy Montana, Django Walker, Josh Hoge)
2. “Ends In Why” (Randy Montana, Eric Paslay, Charlie Muncaster)
3. “Another Right Now” (Donovan Woods, Jordan Davis, Josh Jenkins)
4. “Last Hometown” (Donovan Woods, Colton Venner)
5. “Hope I’m Not The Only One” (Jessie Jo Dillon, Jon Nite, Jordan Schmidt)
“Bloodline Tour” Dates:
*support from Troy Cartwright
May 4 | Bushwackers Saloon | Ralston, NE
May 5 | Temple Live | Fort Smith, AR
May 6 | My House / 6th Street Block Party | Columbia, MO
May 7 | Wooly’s | Des Moines, IA
May 10 | Joe’s On Weed St | Chicago, IL
May 11 | The Truman | Kansas City, MO*
May 12 | The Hat | Manhattan, KS*
May 13 | Wild Hogs Saloon | Walford, IA*
May 17 | Joe’s Honky Tonk | Kearney, NE*
May 18 | Wave | Wichita, KS*
May 19 | Fox Theatre | Hays, KS*
May 20 | The Hawthorn | St. Louis, MO*
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