George Logan Obituary, Death – We have recently learned that George Logan, who was better known in the medical community as Dr. Evadne Hinge, has passed away. Dr. Hinge was the only member of the popular female impersonator duet Hinge and Bracket to have survived their time working together. Bracket and Hinge split up after their partnership.
George Logan was born on July 7, 1944 in Rutherglen, Scotland, to parents who had a strong history in music and the theater.
George’s birthplace at the time of his birth was Rutherglen. His formal education includes time spent at Rutherglen Academy and Glasgow University, in addition to the Royal Scottish Academy of Music, where he was a student of the piano. His academic education also included time spent at the Royal Scottish Academy of Music. In spite of the fact that he was trained in the more conventional approaches of playing the piano, his primary passion lies in opera and vocal music.
Following his departure from Glasgow, Logan relocated to London, where he immediately located employment as a computer programmer. In spite of this, he continued to make use of his talents as a pianist by providing accompaniment for live performances at a variety of bars and pubs throughout London. It was in the year 1970 when he first met Patrick Fyffe, who would later become a close friend. Together, the two of them would go on to establish Hinge and Bracket, a band that would make its debut the year after that, in 1972.
Utilizing the education and experience he had gained via formal instruction, Logan was able to produce all of the musical arrangements needed for the event. Because of the peculiar vocal range of the vocalists in Hinge and Bracket, a large percentage of the musical material that they wrote had to be transposed or altered before it could be performed.