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LOOK: Logan Lynn Featured on Portland Society Page with Ruth Radelet from Chromatics (PHOTOS)

Logan Lynn and Ruth Radelet from Chromatics at Q Center Winter Gala

This year I attended Q Center’s Annual Gala fundraiser for Portland’s LGBTQ Community with Ruth Radelet, lead singer of Chromatics (and muse to Karl Lagerfeld). We are old friends and it was a really fun, fancy night. Portland Society Page featured the event and ran a photo of the two of us being fancy and having fun HERE.

Below are some of the highlights from our evening…

Ruth Radelet at Q Center Gala 2014Logan Lynn - Ruth Radelet - Aleksandr Peikrishvili - at Q Center Winter Gala 2014
Kissing Dudes at Parties FTWShe Bids She Scores
Logan Lynn and Wild Planet Radio at Q Center GalaLogan Ruth and Rob at Q Center Gala 2014

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2014 ‘Mo-Wave Festival Wrap-Up

Logan Lynn Performing at Mo Wave Festival in Seattle (April 2014) at Chop Suey

Well, that was fun. Thanks to everyone who came out to our showcase this past Sunday at the 2014 Mo-Wave Festival in Seattle! At one point during the show, I looked out and saw Christeene, Justin Bond, Carletta Sue Kay and the boys from Night Cadet in the audience — which was really special.

I adored everyone I got to know this weekend and I look forward to seeing you all again soon! Thank you again to Mo-Wave organizers Jodi Ecklund, Markus Wilson and Seth Garrison for having us perform. Chop Suey recorded the audio and my drummer AC filmed our set, so there will be live clips sometime soon, which I will share. Here are some of the photo highlights to tide you over:

Opening night with my gurl Christeene from Austin, TX.  She is full-blown demon possessed, y'all.

Opening night with my gurl Christeene from Austin, TX. She is full-blown demon possessed, y’all.

Here I am with MX Justin Vivian Bond just after my afternoon show.  It looks like I'm feeling her up with my black robot arm, but rest assured:  I had permission.  ;-)

Here I am with MX Justin Vivian Bond just after my afternoon show. It looks like I’m feeling her up with my black robot arm, but rest assured: I had permission. ;-)

Here I am with Zebra Katz.  He's such a sweetheart!

Here I am with Zebra Katz. He’s such a sweetheart!

Zebra Katz in the afternoon.  No big deal. ♥ ♥ ♥

Zebra Katz in the afternoon. No big deal.
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Logan Lynn and WNBA Star Player Brittney Griner at Q Center in Portland!

Brittney Griner

I had a great time hosting WNBA star (and OUT lesbian) Brittney Griner this week at Q Center in Portland! Brittney read from her book, answered questions, signed and gave out copies of “In My Skin”, took photos, and was just generally wonderful. She even brought packs of Skittles and Cliff bars for all of the LGBTQ youth and friends in attendance. What a gem!

At one point during today’s dialogue, when Brittney Griner was asked if she had any advice for queer women coming out in sports, her answer was simple: “Don’t let them silence you.”
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Queers Make Waves: Seattle’s 2014 ‘Mo-Wave Festival Offers Proof

Mo Wave on HuffPost Gay Voices

(Originally Published on The Huffington Post on 3/5/14)

The Pacific NW has no shortage of music festivals, and Seattle boasts some of the region’s largest and most well-attended. Starting a new festival in this neck of the woods is no small feat, but last year a handful of queers from the Emerald City did just that. The result was ‘Mo-Wave, Seattle’s queer music and arts festival — and it was a huge success.

Now in its second year, ‘Mo-Wave is back with another epic lineup featuring over 20 queer musicians (myself included) alongside dozens of visual and performance artists from all over the country, descending on stages at Chop Suey and PONY Seattle April 11-13.

Named “Best Festival” in its first year by Seattle Weekly, ‘Mo-Wave is unmatched in its eclectic blend of art and diverse queer culture. This mix immediately struck a chord with audiences, and one only has to take a quick glance at this year’s showcases to see that the ‘Mo-Wave crew are back at it. The festival’s mission to “showcase raw queer talent” through “a live and loud acknowledgment that our people do not fit into the simple stereotypes projected onto us by mainstream culture” is perhaps a tall order — but the team who pulled off year one has since grown, and they are about to top themselves. That’s right — I said “top themselves.” Chuckle all you want.

The 2014 lineup includes MX Justin V. Bond, Christeene, Zebra Katz, Carletta Sue Kay, Tacocat, Slava Mogutin, Logan Lynn, Ononos, Night Cadet, Boy Funk, Death Metals, Dust Moth, CZARL1NG (featuring Members of The Need/Grass Widow/Broken Water), Adé, Frederic Fleury, Narcissister, Jordan O’Jordan, L’Orth, Brian Kenny, LoneSome Leash, Tenderfoot, Half Breed, Sashay, Palo Verde, Spear and Magic Helmet, Frank Correa, Michael Horwitz, Your Heart Breaks, Belles Bent For Leather (Judas Priest Tribute), Queen Mookie, Amoania, Glitterbang, Hypnotits, Brian Brittigan, Zackary Drucker, MKNZ, Earl Dax, Crypts and more!

This week I caught up with ‘Mo-Wave creators Jodi Ecklund, Marcus Wilson and Seth Garrison to talk about Read the rest of this entry »



 

 

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  • Ritchie: Last year was mind blowing. This year’s lineup looks just as good if not better. Just got our tickets.
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