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Those of you who live in Portland have probably already caught wind of the media blitz I have, once again, found myself in with regard to my ongoing small group dialogue project between members of the queer community and members of the Mars Hill Church. After this past week’s vandalism and threats (video below) Pastor Tim and I decided to go on OPB’s “Think Out Loud” today and talk about our experience together thusfar. It first aired this morning live at 9:00am and will air once more again this evening at 9:00pm, so tune in!
You can download the MP3 HERE.
If you care to catch up on everything that happened to get us here this week, follow the links and watch the video below:
Q Center’s Executive Director Speaks Out Against Threats of Violence
KGW News (NBC)
Fox 12 News
PQ Monthly (Article 1)
The Christian Post
PQ Monthly (Article 2)
The Portland Mercury
KOIN 6 (CBS)
Rev. Chuck Currie
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Aug 2, 2011 0
It’s been a REALLY big couple of weeks since the release of “Live From Nowhere Near You” (the charity record I’m on with The Strokes, Pearl Jam, Spoon, Sleater-Kinney, Elliott Smith, The Decemberists, The Dandy Warhols, Wilco and dozens of other killer bands). Not only is the record blowing up radio (and selling out everywhere in-stores) but the press has been all up in it since the beginning of July!
After being featured by Pitchfork Magazine, Under The Radar Magazine, and a TON of other awesome media outlets all praising the record, it was picked as #3 on this week’s Must-Have list in Entertainment Weekly! Pick up the current issue on stands everywhere now or click the front cover below to check out the electronic version! YEAH BUDDY!Tweet
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LOGAN LYNN’S NEW RECORD “I KILLED TOMORROW YESTERDAY” IS OUT NOW! 100% OF THE PROCEEDS GO TO CHARITY. GET YOURS HERE NOW!
My new record “I Killed Tomorrow Yesterday” was produced by Bryan Cecil and self-released as a fundraiser for Q Center on Tuesday, August 31st. You can preview and purchase the record on iTunes by clicking HERE or on the album cover below. 100% of the proceeds from sales go to benefit Portland’s Q Center.
Download 2 of the new songs free by clicking HERE.
Logan Lynn: “I Killed Tomorrow Yesterday” (2010)
Produced, Mixed & Mastered by Bryan Cecil.
1. Things Are Looking Up
2. Smoke Rings
4. Quickly As We Pass
5. I Erased Who I Was For You
6. Fly Me Through
7. Tennis Whites
8. It’s Too Late
9. A Hundred Years Of Letting Me Down
10. Fall Into New Arms
(If you need assistance or have any questions, please contact Info@LoganLynnMusic.com)Tweet