HR 1300 - Logan, Jack and the band Liquor Cabinet; commend

Georgia House of Representatives - 1995/1996 Sessions

HR 1300 - Logan, Jack and the band Liquor Cabinet; commend

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House Comm: / Senate Comm: / House Vote: Yeas Nays Senate Vote: Yeas Nays ---------------------------------------- House Action Senate ---------------------------------------- 3/15/96 Read 1st Time 3/15/96 Passed/Adopted ---------------------------------------- Code Sections amended:
HR 1300 LC 18 7665 A RESOLUTION 1- 1 Commending Jack Logan and the band Liquor Cabinet; and for 1- 2 other purposes. 1- 3 WHEREAS, Jack Logan, of Winder, Georgia, has continued to 1- 4 garner critical acclaim as a songwriter and musician; and 1- 5 WHEREAS, Jack Logan, with his band, Liquor Cabinet, recently 1- 6 released his second album, Mood Elevator, to tremendous 1- 7 praise from such respected publications as Rolling Stone and 1- 8 Billboard magazines; and 1- 9 WHEREAS, for years Mr. Logan and Liquor Cabinet produced 1-10 their music in obscurity, written and performed only for the 1-11 enjoyment of themselves and their circle of friends, until a 1-12 record producer discovered their huge cache of unreleased 1-13 songs and released Bulk, their debut album, which displayed 1-14 the group's talents for the appreciation of music lovers 1-15 nationwide; and 1-16 WHEREAS, the band, Liquor Cabinet, has contributed hugely to 1-17 the success of Mr. Logan's inimitable sound, and Liquor 1-18 Cabinet consists of Kelly Keneipp, Dave Philips, Eric Sales, 1-19 and Aaron Phillips; and 1-20 WHEREAS, Mr. Logan is also an accomplished visual artist, 1-21 and in addition to a widely praised body of cartooning work 1-22 he has produced the artwork for the covers of his albums as 1-23 well as for his concert posters; and 1-24 WHEREAS, Jack Logan and Liquor Cabinet have undertaken 1-25 touring around the country, routinely selling out venues and 1-26 earning enthusiastic reviews for energetic, spirited 1-27 performances; and 1-28 WHEREAS, maintaining the time honored tradition of 1-29 working-class rock and roll, Mr. Logan continues to work 1-30 each day at the Doraville Electric Motor Service as he 1-31 continues his prodigious songwriting output. 1-32 NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED BY THE HOUSE OF 1-33 REPRESENTATIVES that the members of this body commend Jack 1-34 Logan for his well-deserved success as a musician and that -1- (Index) LC 18 7665 2- 1 they wish him and Liquor Cabinet many more albums of 2- 2 well-crafted, well-received music. 2- 3 BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the Clerk of the House of 2- 4 Representatives is authorized and directed to transmit an 2- 5 appropriate copy of this resolution to Jack Logan. -2- (Index)

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