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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.

Logan Lynn Interviewed by PQ Monthly This Week! Read it Here.

Logan Lynn Summer Tour 2013 - Photo by Rowan Wren copy

I was interviewed by PQ Monthly this past week about my summer tour, and this Thursday’s Portland show at Mississippi Studios. Have a gander at the original on the PQ site HERE, or just keep reading below…

From PQ Monthly, July 2013:

Now that July 4th has come and gone, you can start planning for July 11th–that’s the date the tour with the longest official title ever–Accidental Bear Queer Music Tour Benefit for LGBTQ Mental Health Services and Suicide Prevention–descends upon our fair city. The lineup is almost as long as the name–it includes Big DipperLogan Lynn, and Rica Shay to name a few–and that’s a very good thing for lovers of music everywhere. (You can check out the entire lineup here.) We had a chance to chat with local music-maker Logan Lynn, who also helps head up Q Center, just before he headed out on tour–we talked un-retiring retirement, tour preparation, the mass of talent assembled for this very good cause, and queer mental health services.

PQ Monthly: You’ve talked lots about the tour prep–and the rigorous schedule involved. Aside from working your ass off, what’s been the best, most rewarding thing about all this so far?

Logan Lynn: Yeah, it’s a lot of work to make a tour happen, and I have Read the rest of this entry »

Tickets For Logan Lynn’s Summer Tour With Big Dipper, Conquistador, Darling Gunsel, and Rica Shay On Sale TODAY!

Logan Lynn LIVE in Portland (2013)

Tickets for the Accidental Bear Queer Music Summer Tour Benefit For LGBTQ Mental Health Services & Suicide Prevention with Logan Lynn, Big Dipper, Conquistador, Darling Gunsel, and Rica Shay just went on sale this morning! San Francisco, Los Angeles, Portland, Seattle, and New York City here we come.

The proceeds from this tour go to Ali Forney Center (NYC), Pride Foundation (Seattle), Q Center (PDX), LA Gay & Lesbian Center, and Stonewall Project (SF), so we are offering a few ticket levels in an effort to raise the most money possible for these vital community resources.

 

Here’s the ticket pricing info for all 5 shows:

$15 – G.A. (General Admission)
$45 – G.A.+ (General Admission + Tour T-Shirt + Photo with Bands)
$75 – V.I.P (General Admission Ticket + Invited to meet and greet w/ bands at pre-show VIP reception, Tour T-Shirt and Photo with bands)

 

TICKETS:

(Click to enlarge the tour posters below)

Friday, July 5th – Beatbox, San Francisco, CA

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Sunday, July 7th – Los Globos, Los Angeles, CA

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Thursday, July 11th – Mississippi Studios, Portland, OR

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Sunday, July 14th – Chop Suey, Seattle, WA

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Friday, July 19th – Webster Hall, New York City, NY

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Queer Music 2013 Summer Tour Announced: Logan Lynn, Conquistador, Big Dipper, Rica Shay, Darling Gunsel & More!

AccidentalBear.com has announced their Queer Music Summer Tour in support of LGBTQ mental health services at The Stonewall Project (SF), Q Center (PDX), Los Angeles LGBT Center (LA), and the Ali Forney Center (NYC).

I am headlining the tour alongside Conquistador, Big Dipper, Rica Shay, and Darling Gunsel, with a bunch of other bangin’ local acts joining us as openers in each of the cities.

Dates and venues will be announced soon, so stay tuned. We are playing Los Angeles, San Francisco, Portland, Seattle, and New York City this first round! Gonna be so much fun.

Watch videos from the headliners here:

Logan Lynn

Conquistador

Big Dipper & Rica Shay

Darling Gunsel

For more info on the tour, charity, and Kickstarter campaign, click HERE.

If you are interested in becoming a sponsor, click HERE to download the official sponsorship packet.

Logan Lynn Featured in Manhunt Daily’s “Real Man Project”! Watch the Video Here Now.

This past week Accidental Bear asked me to participate in a video they were commissioned to make for Manhunt Daily‘s “Real Man Project” and it premiered today. Check it out over on Accidental Bear HERE, on Manhunt Daily HERE, on Towleroad HERE, on Buzzfeed HERE, on Boy Culture HERE, or just watch the video below.

My interview starts at 9:22.

Logan Lynn’s “Turn Me Out” Video Featured on Accidental Bear This Week!

The “Turn Me Out” video has been making the rounds since its release yesterday (7/24). Accidental Bear ran the following this week on their site.

From Accidental Bear, 7/24/2012:

“If you are happy and you know it clap your hands. If you have ginger love and you know it clap your hands. Just watch this video and fall into the arms of Logan’s talented vocal chords.

The much-anticipated video for the adorable and inspirational Logan Lynn was dropped into the world’s lap today. We are so excited for our pal Logan that we want to throw him a parade all for him, but we can’t afford it, so just imagine we did. Great work on this video for your single ”Turn Me Out.” You turned it out!”

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Logan Lynn’s “Turn Me Out” Debuts at #30 on iTunes Top 100 Pop New Releases List!

Thanks to everybody who bought “Turn Me Out” on Tuesday when it was released. It debuted at #30 on the iTunes pop 100 new releases list yesterday as a result. Holy shit, right??? So exciting.

Big thanks also to Mike Enders at AccidentalBear.com and the porn kings over at QueerClick.com for distributing all of those dirty promo pictures of me everywhere last week alongside the pre-order link. That shit totally worked.

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Click HERE to get yours! I love each and every one of you…

Logan Lynn Interviewed by Accidental Bear This Week!

I chatted with the queers over at Accidental Bear this week. They interviewed me in advance of my new single “Turn Me Out”, which comes out this Tuesday (June 5th). We talked about love, being a whore, activism, loss, and a whole heaping mess of other stuff. Click HERE to check it out or you can read the transcript below.

From Accidental Bear (5/31/2012):

“Q & A With Lovely Ginger Logan Lynn Back From Two Year Hiatus: New Single “Turn Me Out” Out June 5th!”

Accidental Bear: Logan Lynn, musician and activist. What other things can you add to that list?

Logan Lynn: I generally just say Musician, Writer, and LGBT Activist when pairing it down.

A B: We are totally excited about your new single! Tell us a little about it?

Logan: It’s called “Turn Me Out” and is basically about me being a whore for the man I love. I worked with David Appaloosa from Portland pop group The Hugs on the musical part and Gino Mari produced it. We recorded it at The Country Club studios in Portland. After putting out that acoustic EP of love songs late last year I think everyone kinda figured I was working on an acoustic record, which I’m not. It’s nice to be coming back with a dirty, sweaty dance pop experience instead. I like to keep people guessing.

A B: If you were to win a fancy award at a Music Award show, who would you thank that have helped you to get you where you are today?

Logan: My partner, my dearly departed dog friend Dutch, and everyone who didn’t believe in me along the way. I’ve always found the disbelief of others to be highly motivating. Oh, and god…for fucking me over so hard.

A B: We have been following your involvement at the Q Center there in Portland and can say we are proud of the work you are doing. How did you get involved with the Q Center and what is it?

Logan: Thanks! Q Center is Portland’s LGBT community center. We work with all populations of queer people and have all types of programs and services. I got involved after a couple of my friends were gay bashed in 2010 and ended up giving the proceeds of “I Killed Tomorrow Yesterday”, my last studio album, to them as a result. In the years since I’ve worked on a variety of projects there. I think of myself as a radical queer, and this is what that looks like at the moment.

A B: We have noticed that you also write for the Huffington Post. How is that working out for you?

Logan: Great! It’s amazing to have a platform like Read the rest of this entry »


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