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Watch for Logan Lynn on Season 1 of “Last Meal” Coming Soon From Two Penguins and The Grimmers

Logan Lynn on Last Meal - Season 1 - Coming Soon (2016)

I had a blast this week shooting Season 1 of “Last Meal”, a new show from Two Penguins Productions, Actor/Director Jordan Firstman and The Grimmers! That’s basically all I am allowed to say about it at this point, but stay tuned. This fall is going to be SO fun and busy!

Thanks to my costars Jessica and Aaron Grimmer for the dreamy gift basket and hospitality and to Courtney and James and everyone at Two Penguins Productions for asking me to be in the show. Big shout-out to the team of makeup and wardrobe people who kept me from looking sweaty and shiny all day in the 100 degree Portland summer weather, too. It takes a village sometimes. 😉

Here’s a sneak peek to tide you over:

Last Meal Photo by Aaron WesslingIMG_9546Logan Lynn and Jordan Firstman in Last Meal (2016)IMG_9539Casey Gipson on Last Meal (2016)Grimmers Gift Basket for Logan

Logan Lynn and Jordan Firstman in Last Meal (2016) - Two Penguins Productions

Logan Lynn’s Upcoming Studio Album “ADIEU.” Featured in Vortex Music Magazine

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From Vortex Magazine

Sex, Dogs and Mental Health? Logan Lynn Tackles Depression and Suicidal Ideation on New Record

by Chris Young

After years of translating emotional hardship into musical coherence, Lynn’s grief has “opened the door to creating something beautiful” as he returns with his eighth studio record, ‘Adieu,’ in September.

To put it simply, Logan Lynn’s been through some shit lately. After losing his beloved Pomeranian, Dutch, followed by the demise of his romantic relationship, Lynn documented, sonically, all the emotion that was pouring forth from his being.

Recording some 500 voice notes on his phone “over the course of this particular four-month mental health crisis,” Lynn waded “through the hours of often incoherent, tearful screaming sessions and a cappella melodies” and found the bones to his new record, Adieu.

“Unlike all of my other albums, every single one of these songs was born in my head without any instruments,” Lynn explains. “They all came out almost like spirituals.” Alongside longtime collaborator and producer Gino Mari, the pair took the pieces and made them into songs. “It has been difficult and beautiful and I feel so proud of what we have made out of something so terrible.” Read the rest of this entry »

 

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