THEY have been playing gigs across Britain for years but now their biggest shot at fame has finally arrived.
Unsigned Glasgow band Logan are the winners of 96.3 Rock Radio's fantastic competition to support Bon Jovi at Hampden on Saturday, in front of 40,000 people.
The Evening Times and Rock Radio got together to find the best rock support act around. Win gig tickets IF you don't have a ticket to see Bon Jovi on Saturday, the Evening Times and Rock Radio are giving away one pair of Golden Circle tickets to see the band play at Hampden Park in Glasgow.
Tickets are right in front of the stage.
All you have to do to win these tickets is tell us the name of Bon Jovi's guitarist.
All e-mails should go to firstname.lastname@example.org by noon tomorrow.
The winner must be able to collect the tickets from the Evening Times office in Renfield Street before Saturday.
And, out of hundreds of entries, Logan were selected.
A spokesman for 96.3 Rock Radio said: "Logan have been named as the lucky winners of 96.3 Rock Radio's life-changing competition to support Bon Jovi.
"The Glasgow outfit, who have been on the UK Rock scene since 2005, are well versed in playing live, having gigged up and down the UK as both a support and headline act.
"Now Logan's future looks bright with the chance to take their music to the masses at the National Stadium on Saturday."
Logan's guitarist Michael Coll found was today still coming to terms with the fantastic news.
"I just can't believe it. We are used to playing to 400 or 500 people maximum and this will be the biggest gig of our lives."
Michael added: "This is exactly the kind of gig we've been working towards.
"We'll be rehearsing and sorting out our set-list tonight and then rehearsing some more.
"I'm desperate to get on stage and play."
Ciaran O'Toole, 96.3 Rock Radio manager said: "I'm really pleased for Logan. We had hundreds of entries and the standard was really high.
"I'm sure they'll do a fantastic job."