Glickman: What about this guy Logan Henderhams?
Schmidt: Logan Henderhams. Well, first of all, I knew him very briefly because I knew his girlfriend at the time, I knew his girlfriend growing up out here in Los Angeles. And then he came to a party that she was at and this was like “oh this is the new guy.” And then I met him just one time, and it was at this party, and I played music and he sang to like me playing guitar, which was like totally ironic. I was singing Maroon 5, just like jamming at Cody Linley's party. He was singing with me, and then I was at the boy band boot camp final audition thing and the boys walk in and he's in the group so I was like ah, thank God. Like at least someone that I've seen, you know, in person, cause it's a little nerve-wracking to go into something like that where everybody knows each other and you're the fucking new guy. That sucks.
Glickman: Yeah, completely.
Schmidt: So he was really nice and he's always been, still now I mean still to this day. I just saw him three days ago, he came over and we had a casual wine and burger night and sharing music.
Walker: Now he's doing music now, when is his album gonna come out? I know that's a question we get on Twitter a lot.
Schmidt: I'm not gonna drop his deets, because I don't think even he knows, but--
Schmidt: Yeah, 2017 most likely. I mean, I would be blown away if it wasn't that. But I did hear the music.
Walker: What genre is it?
Schmidt: I would say it's grunge pop. If that makes sense.
Glickman: Ooo, interesting.
Schmidt: Very kind of like...a lot of attitude. You know what I mean? Like him.
Glickman: That makes sense.
Schmidt: He's the nicest guy in the world but he's got a lot of attitude.
Glickman: He does.
Schmidt: His own personal like...kind of essence is very attitude.
Glickman: He's one of those people that everybody's kind of going like “What's happening? What's next? What is going on?”
Schmidt: “Is he okay?” And he's like “Oh, I'm better than okay.”
Glickman: Yeah! Every time I talk to him he's either out of the country hanging on a beach somewhere, or he's working on music...
Schmidt: He's the mysterious guy for sure.
Glickman: He is very mysterious.
Grunge pop is coming our way, and hopefully soon!
You can listen to the podcast in its entirety here. The discussion about Logan begins at 27:58.