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Logan Lynn’s “We Can’t Stop” Cover Passes Half A Million Views On YouTube!

We Cant Stop Cover by Logan Lynn

My “We Can’t Stop” cover passed half a million views this week on YouTube just 2 months after its release! Thanks for watching, everyone. I’m honestly speechless…which almost never happens.

…and thank you Miley Cyrus! Holy shit, bro.

To watch the video, click HERE or the play button below:

Logan Lynn Featured On New York Magazine’s Vulture Video Page Again This Week!

Logan Lynn Live in San Francisco

Thanks to New York Magazine for featuring our Miley Cyrus cover on their Vulture video page again this week! This song was released 2 months ago today and, while I know it sounds totally weird, it has actually changed my life in the weeks since.

Click HERE to check it out. The video has been watched a half a million times already!!!

Here’s to REALLY good timing, to Gino Mari at The Country Club studios for being a genius and pushing me to try new things, and to Miley’s camp at RCA Records / Sony Music Entertainment for being so cool to us.

Hello, mainstream. Nice to meet you.


Miley Cyrus Performs Logan Lynn and Gino Mari’s Arrangement of “We Can’t Stop” on Saturday Night Live

Miley Cyrus Logan Lynn We Cant Stop SNL (2013)

For those of you who may have caught Miley Cyrus performing “We Can’t Stop” tonight on Saturday Night Live and thought “Hey, that sounds awfully familiar” well…you were right! It sounds familiar because it was the arrangement written and released by Gino Mari and yours truly.


The hi-fiving continues…

Click HERE to watch video of the SNL performance (or via the embedded video below). The single, which was released just 3 weeks ago, is available on iTunes (and wherever music is sold) courtesy of RCA Records/Sony Music Entertainment HERE.

Thanks, Miley!  So many “Holy Shit!” moments lately!  Is this real life???

Logan Lynn’s “We Can’t Stop” Cover Now Available on iTunes Courtesy of RCA Records / Sony Entertainment Music

Logan Lynn by Aleksandr Peikrishvili (2013)

It’s been a couple of weeks since I released my cover of “We Can’t Stop” and shit has been crazy ever since (in a good way). The video has over 40,000 views as of this moment (exactly 2 weeks after it was uploaded) but every time I check that number grows, and it’s not just on the Miley cover – It’s ALL of my videos from over the years. Additionally, I suddenly have over 65,000 Twitter followers and over 13,000 Facebook fans, so…thank you Hannah Montana! Everything rules so hard right now.

The single is now available worldwide in the iTunes Music Store as well as Amazon and everywhere else music is sold online, courtesy of RCA Records / Sony Entertainment Music (Miley’s label!) Click HERE to get yours.

Good times, right??!

Thanks for all the love, friends. I can feel it!

New York Magazine Features Logan Lynn’s “We Can’t Stop” (Miley Cyrus Cover) This Week On Vulture


Today will forever be known as the day New York Magazine called me “dreamy” on the internet. At least…that’s how I’m going to remember it.



Check out the article on NY Mag’s Vulture blog HERE or by clicking the current issue cover below.


From New York Magazine, Vulture: (9/18/2013)

“We Can’t Stop With These ‘We Can’t Stop’ Covers – And Why Should We? Arguably the track that would have been 2013’s Song of Summer were it not for “Blurred Lines,” Miley Cyrus’s “We Can’t Stop” has managed to linger far beyond the whole twerking thing that initially captured popular attention. How do we know this? Aside from being stuck in our heads since its release and being played at every summer wedding we went to, the song has also produced several very good covers. Doo-wop ones, reggae ones, and ones that really get into the heart of the matter. Neon Hitch’s brass-filled reggae cover, Logan Lynn’s dreamy, guitar-heavy version, Scott Bradlee & Postmodern Jukebox’s doo-wop version and Bastille’s incredible cover, which mashes up “We Can’t Stop” with Miley’s father Billy Ray’s “Achy Breaky Heart” to create a narrative of a rebellious child and her concerned father.”

Logan Lynn’s “We Can’t Stop” Cover Featured On SugarBang (Los Angeles) Today

Logan Lynn Featured on SugarBang This Week

Los Angeles entertainment & pop culture website SugarBang.com has featured my “We Can’t Stop” cover today on their site.

Check it out HERE.

From SugarBang: (9/19/2013)

“Portland based musician Logan Lynn has released a great cover of “We Can’t Stop” from Miley Cyrus. Produced by Gino Mari, who was also responsible for producing Lynn’s 2012 album ‘TRAMP STAMPS AND BIRTHMARKS’ which we raved about, the cover is completely different from the original. When I first heard this cover, my first thought was, if The O.C. was still on air, this would have been a perfect fit. I really liked the stripped down and raw rendition of the song. Also being sung by a proud and openly gay singer, I felt that the lyrics hit on a deeper level of openess and acceptance. Here’s what Logan had to say about the song and Miley’s VMAs performance: I thought what Miley did on the VMAs was hilarious. I mean…Robin Thicke is a misogynistic pig, but that’s not Miley’s fault. She’s just young and awkward and having fun. I would have totally Twerked on him and everyone else in my way at her age. Going nuts and telling authority figures to go screw themselves is part of growing up. Also, where do I get one of those giant foam fingers she had for that performance? Is that a sports thing?

Yeah, we agree. Ok, now onto the song! Oh did we tell you that it’s also available as a free download? Oh Logan, you’re such giver.”

LISTEN: Logan Lynn Releases Cover of “We Can’t Stop” (Miley Cyrus) – FREE DOWNLOAD

We Can't Stop (2013) Logan Lynn

On the heels of my summer tour of the U.S. with Big Dipper and Conquistador, I have just released a cover of We Can’t Stop (by Miley Cyrus) that is going to blow your mind.  Click HERE to listen and download the single free on Soundcloud or HERE to do the same on Bandcamp.  The official lyric video is also streaming on YouTube HERE.  It technically doesn’t come out until Tuesday (9/17) but…you know…we can’t stop.


Produced by Gino Mari, who also produced my 2012 release Tramp Stamps and Birthmarks, this song features all organic instrumentation unlike anything else I’ve recorded to date.  Why Miley, you ask?  Well…I thought what Miley did on the VMAs was hilarious.  I mean…Robin Thicke is a disgusting misogynistic pig who actively promotes rape culture, but that’s not Miley’s fault.  She’s just young and awkward and having fun.  I would have totally Twerked on him and everyone else in my way at her age.  Going nuts and telling authority figures to go screw themselves is part of growing up.  Also, where do I get one of those giant foam fingers she had for that performance?  Is that a sports thing or what?!

You may notice that this cover (and my latest single, released 8/13) are a bit of a departure from the electronics I’ve become synonymous with over the course of the past 15 years.  These are just a glimpse into the new direction I’m headed in sonically.  I have to keep changing things up or I get bored.  This round I’ve put down the dance music a little and Gino has been playing all kinds of instruments instead.  It’s been turning out really warm and special so far as a result.  I figured this cold, dead pop song was the perfect thing to try and bring to life.  Don’t get me wrong – I actually really like Miley’s version, too…but it’s not particularly warm.

Click the cover art below to download Logan Lynn’s We Can’t Stop single FREE and watch the original We Can’t Stop video by Miley Cyrus HERE to compare versions.

Logan Lynn We Can't Stop Single Cover Art

Song Credits:

Logan Lynn: “We Can’t Stop” (Cover)
Vocals:  Logan Lynn
Music:  (Electric Air Organ, Acoustic & Electric Guitars, Piano, Cello, Drums, Backing Vocals, Tambourine): Gino Mari
Mixed by Gino Mari at The Country Club Studios – Portland, Oregon
Mastered by Stephan Hawkes at The Breakroom Studios – Portland, Oregon
2013 Logan Lynn Music (LLM)
Originally Recorded by Miley Cyrus 
(C) 2013 RCA Records, a division of Sony Music Entertainment

(Lyric Video by Dandy Jon)


Hey everybody. As I near the 10 year anniversary of my debut record, “GLEE” (which was originally released in October of 2000) I’ve been thinking a lot about all the years from there to here. I have come to some conclusions not only about the journey I’ve been on since then musically and in my personal life, but also the journey I intend to be on moving forward with both.

One thing that is painfully clear to me and everyone who knows me in real life is that I AM MISERABLE. I have been for some time. I’m sick of being broke, mismanaged, overworked, screwed over by the folks who are supposed to be looking out for me…you know, all the hits. Ever since I overcame my paralyzing stage fright, playing shows has been great and I’ve had a wonderful time on tour this Summer with The Gentry but the abnormalities that come along with being a working musician in the digital era without the proper, traditional support of a label are too much for me to just keep absorbing. I can’t be gone all the time like this. I don’t want to spend my life on the road with strangers in bars and hotel rooms. It’s not healthy. I’m homesick for a home that does not exist because I have been too busy to create it for myself, no other reason. I need something real in my life. I can no longer pretend that things are going to suddenly feel better like magic when I know that they are not. These things I’m putting all my energy into obtaining are not making me happy. They are not ever going to because fame and money and attention is not what I want anymore. It’s time that I take control of my own happiness, something I have been dreading and avoiding for years now because of the terrible consequences and pressures attached to doing so. I am finally brave enough and there is just no stopping me. My humanity is in need of repair. These are someone else’s dreams I’m killing myself to fulfill. It is time for me to chase the light to happiness, not acceptance by the masses.

I am going to take some time completely off far away from the business of being myself professionally, then we’ll see where life has led me. These final shows next month with The Gentry in Salem, on August 6th & in Portland on the 20th are going to be the last shows I play for at least a year or two so I hope you can make it. They are going to be very special nights. Please, PLEASE come to the final show at Mississippi Studios on Friday, August 20th and wish me farewell on my new journey.

I don’t know what I am going to be doing from here but I fulfilled my contract with Beat The World (so I know what I’m not going to be doing, which is a very clear start…or finish, as it were). I am Free, an unsigned independent artist once again, not bound to any contracts, people or associations. I find myself in a moment where I can do one of two things; and I gotta choose the peaceful road, you guys. Think I’m gonna go help people for awhile, do something that actually matters—that isn’t so self-serving and based in phony, superficial publicity opportunities. I am leaving the door open for me to change my mind later on so I’m not saying I’m done forever by any means but it honestly does feel that way at the moment. I just finished that new record with Bryan Cecil and have been leaking the demos all week, freeing myself of the rules and regulations that come with being a brand instead of just some stoner dude who makes funny sounding synthpop songs about death and darkness on his keyboard. If another label comes along and picks me up to release it I’d Read the rest of this entry »


Logan Lynn (2010)

I have 3 words for you guys on this Tuesday, April 6th: WORLDWIDE SINGLE RELEASE.


Thanks to the folks at “Beat The World” Records & “Caroline/EMI” my new single “The Last High” (“Dandy Warhols” cover) is available wherever music is sold as of TODAY!

Support indie music & help a brother out on release day! CLICK HERE to get Logan Lynn: “The Last High” on iTunes!


Logan Lynn (2010)

The “Indie Disco” music blog featured my cover of The Dandy Warhols‘ “The Last High” today on their site as part of their “Under The Covers” blog series. Check it out HERE.


Logan Lynn (2010)

Hey! Turn on your TV to watch (or set your Tivo to record) “NewNowNext” Music THIS SUNDAY NIGHT AT MIDNIGHT on MTV’s “Logo” Channel! My new video “The Last High” is going to be airing nationwide again all week and is in some REALLY good company!

Check out this week’s playlist: (Sunday, March 7th, 2010)

Gorillaz featuring Bobby Womack & Mos Def “Stylo” (Logo Premiere)
Girls “Morning Light”
Semi Precious Weapons “Semi Precious Weapons” (Logo Premiere)
Surfer Blood “Swim”
Cold War Kids “Audience” (Logo Premiere)
Laura Marling ‘Devil’s Spoke” (Logo Premiere)
Hailey Wojcik “Samsa Morning” (Logo Premiere)
Robert Francis “Junebug” (Logo Premiere)
Logan Lynn “The Last High”
Katastrophe “Big Deal”


Logan Lynn (2010) "The Last High" (Beat The World Records)

My new single, my cover of The Dandy Warhols‘ “The Last High”, is AVAILABLE NOW! CLICK HERE TO GET YOURS!


…and have a listen to the remix (which comes as Side B when you pick up the digital single from this site!)

New tunes!!! Woot.


Logan Lynn (2010)

The revolutionaries over at the “Is This Revolutionary?” blog have picked up on my new single & video (my cover of “The Dandy Warhols“) “The Last High” and have featured it on their blog today (as well as a FREE MP3 Download)!!! To check it out, CLICK HERE.

To tide you over, here’s what they had to say:

From “Is This Revolutionary?“: (2/24/2010)

“Hey Revolutionaries! This post is gonna be short and sweet. Check out Logan Lynn’s sexy new video for “The Last High”. It is a cover of The Dandy Warhols. This sex drenched slow burning electro pop song has an equally sensual video to go along with it. Check out the mp3 at the bottom.”


Logan Lynn (2010)

The release of my new single “The Last High” is featured over at the “Girls Sold Out” blog from the U.K. today, alongside the new video and the Y-Tron Remix! They also posted a FREE DOWNLOAD of the “Boy In Static” Remix of “Alone Together” there as well, so…go get yours!!!

CLICK HERE to make it happen for yourself.



























  • Logan: Thank you Julia. I sincerely hope so, too.
  • Julia: Thank you for writing this. It was very moving and brave. I am sorry you lost a mentor and friend and I too...
  • Logan: Thanks Anthony! I promise to come to your neck of the woods when my record comes out next year, dear. xx
  • Anthony Bowen: Hey Logan! I love everything you do! Keep it up! P.s. Come to Phoenix??
  • Ritchie: Last year was mind blowing. This year’s lineup looks just as good if not better. Just got our tickets.
  • Jaime Keller: Congratulations on the mainstream discovering you. Bout time!
  • Jackie: Best cover ever.
  • kira: beautiful
  • George V.: Hooray you are playing NYC!
  • Logan: Thanks Flava Flav. ha ha ha