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GAYYYYYYY!

‪Big thanks to my friends at Nike for sending me a pair of this year’s #BeTrue #Pride Edition kicks! I’m wearing them today with my GAY IS GOOD socks from DotGay and am feeling very homosexual and proud. 🤘🏳️‍🌈‬

GAY IS GOOD. 🏳️‍🌈

#DotGay #Pride

50 YEARS.

‪CHRISTOPHER STREET GAY LIBERATION DAY (JUNE 1970). ‬

‪HERE’S TO 50 YEARS OF FIGHTING FOR OUR LOVE, FIGHTING FOR OUR LIVES, FIGHTING FOR EACH OTHER. ‬

‪💪❤️🏳️‍🌈‬
‪#PRIDE ‬

Happy Pride! No Gay Money? No Gay Problem.

‪It’s Pride month! Every gay should be able to shop in my gay store, even if you don’t have gay dollars to spend on gay things like vinyl, CDs and downloads.‬

‪If you want something HERE but can’t buy it, message me your gay addy and I’ll buy it for you. ‬

‪🌈👊❤️‬

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 »

Happy Pride 2015 from Logan Lynn and The Portland Mercury

Portland Mercury Queer Issue 2015 - Logan Lynn
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Logan Lynn’s New Video Featured on End Hits Blog Weekly Music Video Wrap-Up

Logan Lynn Radio Silent Music Video by Runn Shayo (2014)

Thanks to Ned Lannamann and the kids at The Portland Mercury’s End Hits music blog for including my new video “Radio Silent” in this week’s Video Vriday music video wrap-up. It’s only been out for 3 days and already 7,000 of you have watched it!

Check out the video online at End Hits HERE or read what they had to say just below.

From End Hits: (6/13/14)
“Just in time for Pride weekend, here’s Logan Lynn’s latest video, for his tune “Radio Silent” from Tramp Stamps and Birthmarks. Lynn (who, full disclosure, is also a Mercury contributor) shot this with filmmaker Runn Shayo over the course of a summer tour last year with fellow queer artists Big Dipper, Conquistador, and others, and the video features clips from shows across the country and snapshots from life on the road.”

GET TICKETS HERE NOW FOR “HIP TO BE Q”, THE LATEST EDITION OF LOGAN LYNN’S CONCERT SERIES FOR Q CENTER!!!

Hey kids! “Hip to be Q” is Q Center‘s theme for Pride weekend this year, with the all-ages kick-off party on Friday, June 17th being the 2nd in the Q Center Concert Series I’ve developed for the organization. As the overall theme, “Hip to be Q” is a throw-back to the very 1st pride parade in 1970 on Christopher Street in NYC. We are going vintage this year, bringing it all back to the roots of our mission as queer people.

The 1st show of the Q Center concert series (an acoustic extravaganza with Matt Alber, Tom Goss & Shannon Grady) was a huge success and this one is sure to be even bigger. Tickets went on sale yesterday and are available on the Q Center website. With this 2nd show I wanted to feature a variety of electronic, pop and dance acts from the queer and allied community. I figured since we wanted to have a pride kick-off party as well, combining the two events made sense. So…what we have is one giant mini-festival of emerging talent and acts. Some national, some local…ALL incredible.

Headlining “Hip to be Q” on Friday, June 17th are the following:

Jenna Riot
Adventures! with Might
Kaia Wilson (from Team Dresch)
Leviticus Appleton
BEYONDADOUBT
DJ Lunchlady

The show starts at 5pm and goes until 2am. In addition to a bunch of killer DJs we have the following supporting acts booked for short sets throughout the evening, before and after the main program listed above:

– Swagger
– Rose City Sirens
– Drag Mansion
– DJ Bruce LaBruiser
– ChiChi & Chonga
– Fannie Mae Darling
– Dexter Flowers
– Belinda Carroll
– Hugo Orozco

…and much, MUCH more!

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SEE YOU NEXT MONTH EVERYBODY! Get your tickets or sponsorship now by CLICKING HERE.

Logan

SALEM PRIDE WEEKEND WRAP-UP: LOGAN LYNN & THE GENTRY GET WILD AT FLIPSIDE BAR ON 8/6 + PLAY A SECRET SHOW AT THE FESTIVAL IN CASCADE GATEWAY PARK ON 8/7!

Well, that was fun. The Gentry boys and I just got home from a wild weekend in Salem, Oregon where we played TWO shows in less than 24 hours for 2010 Capitol City Pride! First we played their official opening party at Flipside Nightclub on Friday (August 6th) and ended up dancing the night away and filming scenes for my upcoming “Bleed Him Out” music video with me undoing my shirt and making sex face in the stripper cage. It was epic. For those of you who made it out, thanks! It was nice to see you.

The next morning I was finally able to announce that we were going to be the surprise performers at the Capitol City Pride Festival in Cascade Gateway Park later that afternoon (having kept it a secret since MAY when I was booked!) We got there and it was bustling with partying queers and their friends. We set up our electronics in the middle of the park and had one of the best shows of our whole Summer tour! As it turns out, I love secrets!!!

Thanks so much to everybody who took such great care of us this weekend and to all of you who came out to the shows! We filmed both of them so I’ll be posting clips sometime soon. You can check out hundreds of pix from our adventure on Myspace HERE or on Facebook HERE. I ended up having the best time ever this weekend and got to talk about Q Center on the loud mic for a bit at both shows as well so that was cool. Go Salem gays! See you again soon…

LOGAN LYNN & THE GENTRY PERFORMING AT BLOW PONY'S PORTLAND PRIDE PARTY AT ROTTURE ON SATURDAY, JUNE 19TH!

OK, so…for all of you who tried to get into the sold-out Blow Pony show we played earlier this year, here’s your chance to get in on the magic! I will be back at Rotture with The Gentry for round 2 on Saturday, June 19th at Blow Pony’s annual Portland Gay Pride Party!!! We will be performing alongside Jer Ber Jones, Atole, and a slew of other amazing performers, bands and DJs who are going to play a part in making you have the best gay weekend ever.

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More info (as well as the actual show poster) coming soon! In the meantime, watch what happened the last time I got loud with the boys in my band at Blow Pony:





 

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