LOGAN LYNN

  

Proof that I did, at times, wear both a shirt and pants during the recording process.

Don’t anybody get used to it.

#GucciTheRitual // Polaroid i-Type, 2020

Going through Polaroids from the past year of working on this new record with Gino Mari and it’s a lot of me just looking varying degrees of very hairy, sweaty, happy, fancy, and confused.

#Gucci

LOOK: Broadway Legend Joanna Gleason and Son, “My Movie Star” Collaborator Aaron David Gleason (PHOTOS)

I’m trying to be cool about this but Broadway legend hero supertalent (and best FRIENDS guest star of all time, hands down) Joanna Gleason is holding a copy of my new record “My Movie Star” in this photograph (while standing next to her darling talented son Aaron David Gleason, who appears on side B) and OH MY GOD I’M FULL FANBOY SCREAMING!!!

If you haven’t heard Aaron’s beautiful cover yet, click HERE or press play below! The album is out now on Vinyl, CD, and Digital Download in the music section of this site, and everywhere else music is streamed and sold.

Logan Lynn Interview in July 2017 Print Issue of New Noise Magazine

Logan Lynn (2017) My Movie Star

I was interviewed by New Noise Magazine for their current print issue. We talked about music, mental health, my new record with Jay Mohr and a bunch of other stuff.

Here is a screenshot of the piece, which appears on page 6:

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Click HERE to read the long form interview on the New Noise Magazine website, or just keep reading below for the full transcript: Read the rest of this entry »

Logan Lynn Interviewed in Pride 2017 Edition of Artist Waves

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I was interviewed this week for Artis Waves: Pride Edition. We talked about life, love, my new record with GLASYS and Jay Mohr, and a bunch of gay stuff cuz, you know…PRIDE.

Click HERE to check it out on the Artist Waves site, or keep reading below for the transcript:

What Pride Month Means to Me:
Music and video has always been a way for me to push back on dominant culture. As a queer youth, making songs about coming to terms with my own sexuality and exit from the non-affirming conservative Christian cult I was raised in, there were many times where being able to connect to myself by way of those songs was really instrumental in keeping me alive. Pride is a 365 day annual experience for me. I come out over and over and continue to be a visible gay person in rooms that have maybe historically not been very welcoming…and are sometimes not welcoming still. My songs, my records, my style, my voice out in the world — those are the ways in which I am able to combat the oppression in my life. My response to the election, to the violence in the community, is to dial my gay up. You thought I was sparkly before? Well, look at me now. Read the rest of this entry »



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