About

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Hi y’all, my name is Logan Stoneman. I’m a recent grad, outdoors-man, entrepreneur, and a lover of music. Here on The Audible Threshold, you’ll be able to find my thoughts on a variety of life’s subjects mixed in with the music I’m currently listening to.

I won’t claim to be a music expert. My three years of jazz band trumpet and piano repeat of the Star Wars theme song probably discredits everything on this blog. But I hope you’ll take a chance and give these artists a listen.

I’ll post mixes for the seasons, songs for the days, and paragraphs for your problems. I believe in the power of music – from the way it dictates our thoughts, our movements, and our inner essence. Hopefully you will be able to find solace in the lyrics of these songs.

In terms of genre of music – I tend to stray more towards acoustic, indie rock, folk but can occasionally dabble in hip-hop, rap, and R&B. In terms of recency of music – the songs will come from any year with no commitment to post the “newest” song by “so-and-so”. If it’s good and i’ve stumbled across it, it’ll appear.

I’m working on developing design and creative purposes for my future career; this website being one of them. So as my skills develop, so will the blog’s. If you have any questions or comments, feel free to reach out at any time!

Any music that is posted here is for sampling purposes. If you like anything you see here, please support the artist and buy it. If I’ve posted something and you would like it removed please email me at loganstoneman@gmail.com and I’ll take care of it immediately.

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