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It’s A Good Day To Support Independent Musicians

If you feel like supporting independent music, today is a great day to buy some records!

Bandcamp is giving 100% of the profits from sales today to the artists themselves, and I’ll be donating 100% of today’s proceeds to the MusiCares COVID-19 Relief Fund.

You can find my entire catalog (1998-2020) at LoganLynn.Bandcamp.com

Logan Lynn and Music Legend Herb Alpert Guests on “The Portland Podcast” This Week with Gregory Day

‪I’m a guest on The Weekly Portland Podcast this week alongside music legend Herb Alpert!‬ We talk about so many of my favorite people and collaborators during this interview — Jennifer Folker, Dahlia, Zia McCabe, The Dandy Warhols, Scott Simpson, Gil Assayas, Erik Carlson, Aaron David Gleason, Rian Lewis, Jay Mohr, Tiffany — too many people to list. We discuss “My Movie Star”, love, rescue dogs, Portland, addiction, recovery and more.

‪Listen now at PDXpod.com, on iTunes, Spotify, SoundCloud, Stitcher and wherever else you get the talkies from. ‬

‪Thanks for chatting with me, Gregory Day! 🎧

Spotify Releases “This is Logan Lynn” Retrospective in “This is” Playlist Series. Listen Here First.

‪THIS IS WILD. ‬

The good folks at ‪Spotify put together a best-of retrospective of my career titled “This is Logan Lynn” as part of their “This Is” playlist series and I’m not sure whether to promote it or apologize. 😊🎧‬

Thank you so much, Spotify! ‪I’m in really good company and it’s a total honor.

‪It’s live HERE now if ya wanna give it a spin, or click on the screenshot below. Hi Ariana Grande! Read the rest of this entry »

Logan Lynn Interviewed on Canadian Broadcast Television for CTV News Story on Erwin Hymer RoadTrek Scandal

I was interviewed by CTV News today in Canada for this story about this international RoadTrek / HYMER / Thor Motor Coach scandal I have somehow found myself at the epicenter of.

Watch on CTV Kitchener by clicking on the screenshot below.

Logan Lynn’s “My Movie Star” Tour Debacle Featured in IndiePulse Music Magazine This Week

The entire “My Movie Star” tour debacle is featured on the homepage of IndiePulse Music Magazine today.

Click HERE to check it out on IndiePulse Music, or keep reading below for the transcript.

From IndiePulse Music Magazine: (2/16/19)

“Portland, Oregon-based musician Logan Lynn, whom anticipated an amazing journey of music and new self-discovery hits major “Pot-Hole” in planning due to unforeseen, or imaginable circumstances and has cancelled his planned 2019 “My Movie Star” North American Tour.

Logan Lynn backstage - Summer Tour (2018)

Lynn’s tour saga, which involves an international criminal scandal involving Class B RV Manufacturing giants RoadTrek and Erwin Hymer Group, was published in a statement on the artist’s website Friday, February 15th.

In an additional email sent directly to fans on Friday, Logan Lynn wrote: Read the rest of this entry »

Logan Lynn Cancels 2019 “My Movie Star” Tour Ahead of March 1st Announcement – Full Statement Here

Those of you who have been following my #VanLife adventure since my professional pivot into the wild last year may have been scratching your head about why I seem to have not really gone on any sort of adventure at all.

Some of you have reached out to see what happened to our fall tour plans, or why I haven’t come to visit, even recreationally. Some of you just think I’m being a lazy rich kid who can’t be bothered (and have told me so). But those of you who know me in real life have picked up on the fact that not everything has gone as planned out here, expressing concern that I seem to be parked and isolating in remote corners of the Pacific NW.

The reality is, #VanLife is fucked.

This narrative doesn’t match a lot of my photo shoots and public posts because I’ve remained committed to finding beauty in nature and making the best of it, while holding onto the dream I first set out to realize and working to see it all through. It’s not miserable because I have somehow changed my mind about wanting to tour. I haven’t. I very much still want to promote this record and sing these special songs for (and with) all of you. And it’s not because I don’t like the small space or the sometimes-rugged complications of full-timing in an RV. I’m game for all of that anticipated (and un-anticipated) adventure stuff. That is not what’s happening here, either. And oh my god it’s not because I’m lazy or rich. Ugh. I wish! Unfortunately, neither of those things are true anymore (though they definitely have been before, so I get the perception). And it’s not even that I’m depressed or sketched out about the constant online bullying and death threats, which would normally be a major contender after so much time out here alone and so many thousands of homophobic trolls piling on with the release of this new record.

Sadly, what’s actually happening is much more heartbreaking (and potentially sinister).

I will start by officially announcing that we have to cancel our 2019 tour plans that were included in all of the “My Movie Star” album press over the past year. We were supposed to announce the bands and cities March 1st for shows beginning in spring, but instead, it’s canceled. All of it.  I’ve been dodging questions and playing along, but no more. Read the rest of this entry »

Indie Rant # (I Lost Count)

 

Nobody should need anything but their naked eye to see that since the beginning I’ve been hiring publicity teams to promote my music and film work, boost social posts, and find creative placement angles so mainstream media outlets embed my videos, bringing views and visibility.
 
I OPENLY CLAIM THIS.
 
And honestly, it’s just how it works when you are perpetually trying to get your name out there as a relatively unknown independent artist. We’re all out here just doing whatever we can to beat the almighty algorithm and stand out in the crowd.
 
I’ve been managing and funding the entire production of all of my records, videos and tours myself for the past 20 years. There have been a few times where I’ve done that while on a label, but even then I was navigating most of this whole thing solo. And believe it or not, mentally ill gay guys who refuse to stick to a single genre longer than one album cycle and sing openly about their issues related to overcoming sexual trauma and crack addiction aren’t what all A&R reps at every record label are looking for. 👻
 
I’ve been doing all this because I need an outlet to work my shit out, and as a byproduct it has actually helped me build community around things I care deeply about; but I’m the first to admit a lot of my journey both publicly and privately has been more than a little goofy.

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