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New Logan Lynn Video “Go There When You Want To Be Loved” Out August 23rd From Portland Film Works (PHOTOS)

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Our new video “Go There When You Want To Be Loved” comes out August 23rd, in support of our charity single for the Pulse Orlando families and survivors. We worked with Portland Film Works on this one and it is quite the spectacle. I can’t wait for you to see it.

Special Thanks to Kevin Forrest, Molly Preston, Matthew NK Photography, New Cascadia, Showcall Event Services, Sheila Hamilton, Tor Clausen, Brian Mazzola, Emily Jacques, and the entire cast and crew for being so fantastic to work with. I adore you all!

You can look through all of Matthew King’s behind the scenes photos from the shoot HERE and check out some of my faves just below: Read the rest of this entry »

Editorial Feature on Logan Lynn’s “Go There When You Want To Be Loved” Charity Single on MySpace Homepage Today

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Thank you to the Myspace Music Editorial Team for interviewing me this week about the Pulse Orlando tragedy and what my band is doing to help with the release of our new charity single, “Go There When You Want To Be Loved”, in support of the families and survivors of the tragedy.

You can read the full piece on the MySpace homepage today HERE, or check out the transcript below.

From MySpace Music: “Logan Lynn is Raising His Voice in the Face of Fear” (6/22/16)

As the victim toll rose from the shooting at Orlando’s PULSE nightclub on the morning of June 12, pop-rock singer-songwriter Logan Lynn, like many others, was shaken, saddened, and angry. He was also scared, and that was the emotion that would push him most. “My reaction to my own fear is to be louder,” he explains.

“I think a lot of my friends, and my band, and my producer, and my publicist, were all like, what the hell do we do,” he says of the days after the mass murder. The answer, they concluded, was to release Lynn’s latest single, “Go There When You Want To Be Loved,” ahead of schedule, with all of the proceeds going to support the recovery efforts in Orlando’s LGBT community.

“It made me feel like I wasn’t just sitting here helpless,” Lynn says of the decision. “I’m a gay man, so I can’t donate blood, even to save other gay men who are dying because they are losing their own blood, so it felt very much like I needed to do something other than sit on my hands.”

The song is a personal one for Lynn. “I wrote the song about feeling like I didn’t have a safe place in the world as a gay man. My struggle to find love, or acceptance, not just externally, but internally. This feeling like I’m a man without a country, I’m a man without a place to go.” Read the rest of this entry »

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