Three Barrhead sisters are set to take the music industry by storm in 2018 as they record their debut album with producers who have worked with chart legends Dolly Parton and Michael Jackson.

The Logans will jet off to the home of country music, Nashville, to work on their album, which they hope will help to put their home town on the map.

And the siblings – Honor, Tayler and Leona – have country music in their blood, having been brought up on a daily dose of artists such as Johnny Cash by their parents.

Now, under the wing of music mogul John McLaughlin, they have started writing and recording their album, alongside producers who have also worked with the likes of current artists such as Rascal Flatts.

It seems that exciting times lie ahead for The Logans – and they’re looking forward to discovering what 2018 brings.

“We’re beyond excited to be in the studio and writing music,” they said. “The tracks we have are assertive but tongue-in-cheek.

“We also have songs that are very meaningful to us and come from a place of heartbreak, of which we have all experienced.”

Honor, 24, Tayler, 22, and 21-year-old Leona will head to Nashville to add the finishing touches to their album.

They will also perform at the C2C: Country to Country music festival in March.

It follows on from success enjoyed this year, including support slots for British country duo The Shires.

Tracks such as Moving On and Where All the Broken Hearts Go have also been well-received by critics.

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