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EastSiders Season 4 at NewFest in New York City This Month

‪New York City! Come check out this advance screening of Netflix EastSiders Season 4 at NewFest on Monday, October 28th. Tickets are on sale HERE! ‬

‪I’m so happy that I got to be a part of the final season of this show. ‬🖤🎟

WATCH: Feed Me To The W.T.F. (VIDEO)

I can’t believe it’s been 11 years since this single premiered on MTVLogoVH1 and a bunch of other channels, radio stations, and like…MySpace, I guess?

It was the first time I had ever been on network TV or signed to a major label, and so many people were projecting things onto me at the time, working to mold me, and trying to help fit me into the big game somewhere. Anyone who was tuned in to my nonsense back then will recall, I did not respond well.

“Feed Me To The Wolves” was my first big break, but at its core it’s a song about me trying to survive cocaine addiction, and this video is the last time I would ever be filmed coked out of my mind or drunk. The fact that it was so celebrated at the time — that I was so celebrated in that state of actively, messily, visibly spiraling towards imminent death — seems so curious to me now, over a decade into my recovery.

I was blowing through an 8 ball of coke and drinking at least a fifth of vodka every day, and I showed up to my big break accordingly. I spent $67,000.00 on cocaine in 2007 alone. I was terrible and mean and people thought it was hilarious and marketable.

The crazier I acted, the more folks wrote about me and booked me for shows; and the stranger things got on and off stage at those shows, the more people offered me TV gigs and would come to watch me spin out…but what so many people ended up watching was me canceling performances because I couldn’t remember my words, bailing on appearances at the last minute because my voice quit working (from smoking crack), having my nose begin to die and nearly fall off my face, several public, well-documented overdoses, and eventually (thankfully) disappearing into hospitals and rehabs, emerging well (ish) nearly two years later.

I wish I could go back in time and tell this sad dude to go get help before help is forced upon him in emergency rooms just 18 months later; To not worry about blowing his one shot by pausing the career clock because he ends up blowing his one shot in the end anyway; And that even that’s bullshit because there is no such thing as just one shot, in life or in music.

All that said, I am so grateful for this song, for the peculiar way it continues to find its way into the world all these years later, and how it has ultimately made so many things possible for me, my career, and my life.

Behold: The very last time I ever drank milk.

🖤

 

 

Logan Lynn at NBC News and Saturday Night Live in New York (PHOTOS)

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I had the best time today at 30 Rock in New York! Thanks to Mary Emily O’Hara for being the best host ever. NBC News is so lucky to have you as a reporter!

Check out pics from the quick trip below. Read the rest of this entry »

Logan Lynn’s New Record ADIEU Reviewed in March 2017 Print Issue of GHETTOBLASTER Magazine

Logan Lynn at The Standard DTLA (2017) copy

Thanks to GHETTOBLASTER Magazine for the 4/5 star review of my new record ADIEU in their March 2017 print issue!

Check it out:

Logan Lynn ADIEU Review in Ghettoblaster Magazine (2017)

Watch Logan Lynn’s “Oh, Lucifer” Video on Logo TV’s “NewNowNext” This Week!

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Check out my new video “Oh, Lucifer” this week on “NewNowNext” over at MTV’s Logo Network! Click HERE, or keep reading below.

From Logo TV: (1/23/2017)

“Logan Lynn Is Reclaiming Hell As A Safe Space For Queers – ‘Oh, Lucifer’ skewers the religious right in a most devious way.


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Watch Logan Lynn’s Segment on “In Or Out” New York with Host Matt Martin Here

Logan Lynn on In or Out TV with Host Matt Martin (2014)

For those of you who missed me live on “In Or Out” New York with host Matt Martin yesterday, you can watch the whole thing On Demand via the Inravio TV site HERE or press play below.

My interview starts at the 35:00 mark. We talk about everything from drug addiction to the Portland music scene to community work and Miley Cyrus.

Logan Lynn: SSION Earthquake – An Interview with Cody Critcheloe

(Originally Published on The Huffington Post on 6/27/2012)

This week while I was in New York City I had the chance to catch up with the mastermind behind the freaky pop genius of SSION, Cody Critcheloe. We talked about new videos, the trials of growing up queer in small towns, what it’s like working with bands like Gossip, Fischerspooner, and Peaches, what it means to “make it” in the music industry in this day and age, and more.

Watch SSION’s “Earthquake” video now, then check out our conversation (and behind the scenes photos from the “Earthquake” shoot by Megan Mantia) below!

LL: Hi Cody! Thanks for chatting with me today. Your new video premiered this past week and the response seems to be really great so far. Congratulations! You and I have both spent a great deal of time in Kansas City. How was the experience of growing up in that part of the country for you? Read the rest of this entry »





 

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