I was interviewed by entertainment site Bold & Sugar this week out of Texas. We chatted about all kinds of stuff, from music and love to queer rights and what coming out is like now vs. when I did it in the mid-90s and more.
Check it out on the Bold & Sugar site HERE or read the transcript below.
From Bold & Sugar: (7/14/2014)
Logan Lynn Interview: From Preacher’s Son to LGBT Artist
Former Logo Network “NewNowNext” host and current Huffington Post author and musician, Logan Lynn refuses to be put in a box. As an LGBT artist, his music transcends most musical genres, and Logan has gained a dedicated following as a musical artist who is determined to be innovative.
The “Radio Silent” musician was gracious enough to answer a few questions Bold & Sugar had (We’re nosey). Tuck in to the interview below.
Tell us about your musical beginnings
Well, I was raised in an A cappella church, so my vocal training came by way of that experience. Once I left the church and came out, I immersed myself as a Read the rest of this entry »
I’m the musical guest on this Friday’s live episode of “In and Out” with Matt Martin. If you Tweet questions to #PunIntended @OnlyMattMartin using the hashtags #AskLogan #PunIntended they might end up asking me live on the air.
Click HERE for more info on how to watch live, and watch this promo video from the folks at Inravio Studios:
Every so often people send me stuff that they’ve created with my songs on their own, and I always find it moving when something of mine has spoken to someone else somehow.
This week I received a video from an artist named Dandy Jon who is also a fan. Dude made a music video of clips from Greg Araki‘s film “The Living End” set to my song “Things Are Looking Up” (the opening track from my 2010 record “I Killed Tomorrow Yesterday“) and holy shit. It’s awesome.
I am so excited I can barely contain myself, so I’ve decided not to. The big news today is that I am home from tour and am preparing to get back in the studio to work on a new single with one of my all-time musical heroes (and Godfather of the indie electropop genre) Belgian Producer Arne Van Petegem (aka Styrofoam)!
He has worked with Ben Gibbard (Death Cab For Cutie/The Postal Service), Mum, Jimmy Eat World and a handful of other super talented folks previously, so…I am really honored that he wrote a song for me and that we are finally going to work together on something original!
Pretty fun, right? I’ll be sure and let you know more as this unfolds, but HELL YES for now!
Watch Styrofoam’s “After Sunset” music video: