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Watch the Exclusive Premiere of “It’s Christmas, Motherfuckers!” on Out Magazine

Out Magazine’s got the exclusive premiere of my new video, a full day early!

Give it a spin here now.

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I made the OUT100!

Huge thanks to Out Magazine for including me on this year’s OUT100!

“LGBTQ+ Performers of the Year” has a really nice ring to it. 🖤

CHECK IT OUT.

New Interview with Logan Lynn in Out Magazine This Week

New interview published today in Out Magazine!

Had a blast chatting with Mikelle Street for this piece. 🏳️‍🌈

Check it out HERE.

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Launch Week Press Tour, Part 3

I am several outfits into this global press tour (from home) and still have several outfits to go.

Thank you to Adweek, Out Magazine, Bear World Magazine, Instinct Magazine, Edge Media Network, Yahoo Finance, and everyone else who took the time to chat with me this week about the launch of DotGay and what it means to me. I’m all talked out! 🏳️‍🌈

(GG Monogram Tracksuit, Lion Earrings, Eyewear, Sneakers and Lion Pendant by Alessandro Michele for Gucci. Pearl necklace by Tiffany & Co.)

Logan Lynn and the Cast of “The Library” Featured in Out Magazine This Week!

Check out the .gay feature in Out Magazine this week! So fun.

Read it HERE.

Logan Lynn’s New Video Featured By Out Magazine This Week! Watch It Here.

Logan Lynn Everything You Touch Turns To Gold Video Featured In Out Magazine

Thanks to the Out Magazine Editors for featuring my new video “Everything You Touch Turns To Gold” this week on Out.com in the Popnography section! Check out the post by clicking HERE or on the August issue cover below.

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From Out Magazine: August 2013

“We want a pair of those metal wings!  We’ve told you about Portland’s gay singer-songwriter Logan Lynn before, including his sexy video for “Hologam,” but we didn’t know he had an obsession for REM’s “Losing My Religion” video, which his latest video for his single “Everything You Touch Turns to Gold” is in obvious tribute. Watch it below:”

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Logan Lynn’s Summer Tour With Big Dipper Featured by Out Magazine This Week!

Logan Lynn LIVE in Portland with Big Dipper and Rica Shay (Pictured) - Mississippi Studios - July 11th 2013 - Photo by Wayne Bund Photography

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.

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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.

Watch The Exclusive World Premier Of Logan Lynn’s Hologram Video Today At Out Magazine!

My new video Hologram premiered today over at Out Magazine! Click HERE to check it out. The video was directed by Adrian Sotomayor and Aaron Bear and there are loads of Portland and Seattle peeps featured throughout.

The video is exclusive with Out this first week and will go live elsewhere on Friday!

From Out Magazine: (1/23/2013)

“Following Portland’s gay singer-songwriter Logan Lynn’s 2010 critically acclaimed record, I Killed Tomorrow Yesterday, and his 2009 award-winning album, From Pillar To Post, comes Lynn’s latest work, Tramp Stamps and Birthmarks. His latest single “Hologram” off the new album is a wonderfully mellow, soft electro-pop number about questioning one’s action after being unnoticed and realizing it’s caused you to be hollow.

The video helps set the tone of the song as we see a gay couple wake up together, with one of the two men not returning the affection of the other. We follow the man’s morning, as he continues to go unnoticed by his lover. Throughout his day he phases into a hologram due to other’s neglect or negativity around him—including being broken up with via text! However, it all changes for the poor sap when he arrives to a party, where Lynn is finally present in the video singing.

Released in December, Tramp Stamps and Birthmarks comes after Lynn’s extended break from music, where he worked full time for LGBT rights at Portland’s Q Center—which also received proceeds from his 2010 album. In the summer when Lynn released the first track off the new album, “Turn Me Out,” he told The Huffington Post that he returned to music after meeting a man that changed his life, and he just started writing again.

Lynn said: “Almost as soon as I rejected the chase and stress of [the industry], opportunities started falling out of the sky and into my lap. Ultimately, I just couldn’t pass up working with the people I am working with right now.” Lynn also noted that he would continue his activism work even if his schedule will get complicated.”

Logan Lynn’s New Video Premiers January 22nd via Out Magazine!

Super excited to announce that Out Magazine will be hosting the exclusive world premier of my new video, Hologram on Tuesday, January 22nd! Let the countdown begin…





 

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