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Logan Lynn and Jay Mohr’s “Nothing’s Ever Wrong” Video Featured on Adam4Adam Blog This Week

The video (and Penisgate scandal. ha!) are still makin’ the rounds a week after the release.

Check us out today on the Adam4Adam BlogHERE or keep reading below for the transcript.

From Adam4Adam: (9/17/18)

Celebrities: Jay Mohr Goes Full Frontal in Music Video (NSFW)

Jay Mohr—an American actor, comedian, best-selling author, and radio host—went full frontal on Logan Lynn’s music video for his new song titled, “Nothing’s Ever Wrong.”

The 48-year-old actor rose to fame when he was featured as a cast member on “Saturday Night Live” and is best known as the sports agent Bob Sugar in Jerry Maguire (1996, Cameron Crowe). But I especially loved him in Picture Perfect (1997, Glenn Gordon Caron) where he played as Nick opposite to Jennifer Aniston’s Kate Mosley. And also, in his TV series with Jennifer Love Hewitt titled Ghost Whisperer (2005, John Gray) where his character Professor Rick Payne was one of my favorites and yes, I thought he was really cute.

Logan Lynn: “Nothing’s Ever Wrong” Director’s Cut (2018) OFFICIAL MUSIC VIDEO from Logan Lynn on Vimeo.

I loved Nothing’s Ever Wrong, by the way; the song, the music video, and Jay Mohr as well.

Anyway, the track Nothing’s Ever Wrong is part of Logan Lynn’s upcoming album called My Movie Starset for release next month, October 12, 2018. Jay Mohr co-produced the album and he also wrote 2 of the 10 songs in My Movie Star. Check it out here.

Happy viewing!

Logan Lynn and Jay Mohr Featured in Instinct Magazine

Hello Instinct Magazine! I love you guys. And I love that you love the video. Thanks for getting the word out.

Click HERE to watch “Nothing’s Ever Wrong” on Instinct online, or keep reading for the full transcript below.

From Instinct Magazine: (9/12/18)

Beefy & Hunky Jay Mohr Goes Full-Frontal in Logan Lynn Music Video

Jay Mohr has always been one of those underrated hotties for close to three decades now. For instance, Jerry Maguire had more eye candy in it than just Tom Cruise and Cuba Gooding Jr. And he’s up there in terms of being one of the hottest men to have ever flexed their comedy chops on Saturday Night Live, a show he was apart of from 1993-1995.

Now the 48-year-old has done something many of us never expected: going completely full-frontal in a music video for an openly gay artist. This became a reality when musician, singer and television personality Logan Lynn released his new video for “Nothing’s Ever Wrong” on Monday, which shows the New Jersey native in the buff.

Logan and Jay both have major history with one another prior to this video being made. His latest album, My Movie Star (out October 12th), is actually inspired by Lynn’s collaborations with Mohr. He shifted gears with his newest effort, which finds him going in a different direction emotionally compared to his last albums which dealt primarily with mental health (something he is a huge advocate of).

“My last record in 2016 was all about mental health, all about my recovery and my journey from sickness to wellness and this new album is an album about love, right?,” he told Spill Magazine. “They’re love songs, these are songs about navigating the world as a public person, they’re about my inner life, the inner lives of the people I love and how that’s perceived by the outside world and so it’s very different. I think this album is more conceptual, it’s not about mental health”

“This one is topically much more about love and just life, and Hollywood, and my experience of being around movie stars and folks that are famous: just getting to see what that means in real life versus the projection that they all carry around,” he continued. “It was also an opportunity for me to change my sound a bit. [I’ve been] known for doing this rambunctious dance music for years and years, then I morphed into more of an indie or college rock sound over the last couple albums and then this is just me with a grand piano. It really strips down and is intimate and quiet.”

Logan and Jay already released a featurette back in February, also called “My Movie Star,” That made its exclusive premiere on BuzzBands LA. The short film featured three previously unreleased songs from the upcoming album of the same name. Jay was not only the inspiration for it, but he also produced and co-wrote it as well.

There are two version of the video for “Nothing’s Ever Wrong,” one of which features Jay’s front and back and the R-rated version which only features the latter. NSFW (of course), but the full-frontal version can be seen here.

Jay already has made jokes about everyone seeing his private parts:

Logan Lynn: Crabs in the Barrel – The Problem with the Gay Press

(Originally Published on The Huffington Post on 2/22/2012)

As individuals in a marginalized group, we are often all placed together into a single pot by society. In this case, I am referring to the queer pot (but this happens around race, gender, age, religion, class — you name it). All of us, as members of the LGBT community, with all our differences, have this one thing in common: we are the minority. There is something about all of us that is unlike much of the rest of the world, and much of the rest of the world’s reaction to that difference can be painful, isolating, and dangerous.

Frequently, members of the greater community become fixated on our sexuality or gender expression, and they try to lump us together, assign us roles within our designated letter of the acronym, and dehumanize us in the process. One would hope this outer pressure would be enough to bring us together as LGBT people, that we would unite and become stronger in numbers and build a community so organized and powerful that our being a minority no longer mattered. Sadly, this has not been my experience as a man-loving man, nor in my work with gay organizations, nor as an out artist in the entertainment industry.

Being a public figure in the queer community is tough. You have to have pretty thick skin to tolerate the external homophobia that comes at you as a result of increased visibility, but I think I was raised to expect this, so it’s never a big shock when it happens. I know the world wants to see me dead on some level, or at least see me stop being such a “goddamn fag,” so it doesn’t surprise me when that pressure arrives. I recognize it coming a mile away and have learned methods of processing the external hate in such a way that it no longer hurts me. I have not, however, found or been able to develop a way of moving through the crab mentality of my own community without injury.

For those of you who have not heard this saying before, “crab mentality” (also known as “crabs in the barrel,” or “crabs in the bucket”) refers to the metaphor of a pot of live crabs about to be killed. Individually, the crabs could escape from the pot without any trouble, but when they are all in the pot together, they grab at each other in a pointless domination game that prevents any of them from escaping, thus ensuring their collective demise. When related to human behavior in social movements, the term is most commonly used in association with a short-sighted, non-constructive approach instead of a unified, long-term, productive mentality. As an openly gay musician, I have experienced this problem mostly via the gay press. Certainly, I’ve received my fair share of nasty emails and messages from people online and in person over the 10-plus years I’ve been doing this, as well, but there’s a distinctive sting that comes from someone in the queer media pulling me and my people back into the pot, and I believe that action trickles down into our culture and leaks out into our community consciousness from there. Read the rest of this entry »



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