As promised, here are some photos from our tour finale at Webster Hall in New York City this past week! Thank you to each of you who came out to support queer music this summer. It means a lot.
Here are some photos from the show by Brett Lindell and Accidental Bear:
See you again soon, New York!
Well, Gino and I have just wrapped up the Pacific NW and East Coast legs of my summer tour with Big Dipper and Co. so I figured I would post some pictures! I will hold off on sharing all of the gritty details of what went down behind the scenes for now (gotta save something for the book), but I will say that we had a really great time performing for you all and we will definitely be back very soon! I am in love with Mississippi Studios and Chop Suey. You all are wonderful!!!
Photos from our NYC show at Webster Hall coming up later this week…
Here are some pics from the Portland show at Mississippi Studios by Wayne Bund Photography:
To view the full album on Facebook, click HERE.
…and here some from the Seattle show at Chop Suey by Adrian Sotomayor Photography:
To view the full album on Facebook, click HERE.
To download Logan Lynn: “LIVE From Seattle” click HERE.
Thanks to Out Magazine for featuring our summer tour today on Out.com! Check it out HERE or click on this month’s cover below.
There’s only ONE SHOW LEFT, so don’t miss your chance to see the Accidental Bear Queer Music Benefit Tour spectacle this Friday night (2 days from now) at Webster Hall in New York City! Click HERE for tickets.
Logan Lynn: “LIVE from Seattle” was recorded at Chop Suey on Sunday, July 14th, 2013 at the Seattle, Washington stop of the A.B. Queer Music Benefit Tour with Logan Lynn, Big Dipper, Darling Gunsel and Rica Shay. Performing with Logan Lynn on this recording (and on tour) is Gino Mari (Backing Vocals, Live Sound Design).
If it sounds like we are dancing here, it’s because WE WERE.
Stream free and download from Bandcamp below or via SoundCloud HERE.
1. Tramp Stamps and Birthmarks
3. Do You Want Me Or Not?
4. Smoke Rings
6. The Ghost Of Someone Else
7. Loud Enough
8. Radio Silent
9. Turn Me Out
10. Quickly As We Pass
Recorded, mixed and engineered by Kirsten Powell (Chop Suey, Seattle).
(Photo: Adrian Sotomayor)
A lovely and talented filmmaker and performance artist named Run Shayo has been flying all over the United States with us every step of the way this summer for our tour, capturing the good moments (and the ugly ones) as we go. He is making a documentary about our experience together on this queer music tour and it is going to be J.U.I.C.Y. when it’s all said and done. I trust this man’s vision wholeheartedly, and if you don’t already know his work, you soon will.
We are flying to New York City tonight for the grand finale at Webster Hall this Friday night. See you there!
Here’s a teaser trailer for the tour (and the film) by Run Shayo:
For more on Run Shayo, click HERE.
For tickets to the last show of my summer tour, click HERE.
(Photo credit: Wayne Bund Photography)
I just picked up a copy of the current issue of Willamette Week and discovered that they picked my Portland show as one of their “Highly Recommended” events this week and included the following review of my new record, tour, return to music, etc. in print and online.
Thank you, Willy Week! I love love LOVE the hometown welcome I was given this week by the local press and community. Portland Monthly Magazine, The Portland Mercury, PQ Monthly and Willamette Week all picked the Portland stop on my summer tour as a must-do…which was such a treat! I’m blushing over all the gushing, Puddletown. Thanks so much!!!
From Willamette Week (July 10th, 2013 Print Issue)
“[GLOW STICKS, BOAS AND CASIO DREAMS] Since announcing his “extended hiatus” from music in 2010, former Dandy Warhols protégé Logan Lynn stepped back from the corporate machine behind major-label breakthrough From Pillar to Post and joined the staff at local queer hub Q Center. A few years and a charity record later, the Portland electro-popper is back with Tramp Stamps and Birthmarks, a layered confection of shiny beats, blips and synths with more lyrical heft (“Hologram,” “Loud Enough”) than the average dance-floor soundtrack. Lynn is back on the road, too, thanks to the Accidental Bear Queer Music Benefit tour, a five-city bicoastal trek to support LGBT and related mental-health resources nationwide. Also on the disco-ball-begging bill: trippy glam rockers Conquistador and the hairy hip-hop of Chicago bear MC Big Dipper, which is most assuredly not a football thing.”
Thanks to Seattle Weekly for picking my show (this coming Sunday night) as one of their official things to do in Seattle this weekend! Check it out online HERE.
…and in other Seattle news, The Stranger is giving away tickets to the show on their site this week as well. Click HERE to enter and read what they have to say about our big, gay spectacle pulling into town.
See you on Sunday, Seattle!