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It’s true. I am ANTIFA.

Full story on the GRAMMYs site HERE.

Big thanks to Thacher Schmid and The Recording Academy for including me, my music, and my community work in this piece.

The Recording Academy: Portland Goes Harder

Thanks to the Recording Academy / GRAMMYs for including me in this story about Portland’s political music scene alongside so many PDX-based artists I love and respect.

“Portland Goes Harder: How PDX’s Disparate, Diverse Music Scene Has Coalesced Around Progressive Politics” is out now.

CLICK HERE TO CHECK IT OUT.

It’s Grammy week again!

I’m proud to be celebrating my 6th year as a Voting Member of the Recording Academy with this year’s awards ceremony and, while I am skipping the in-person stuff again this year, I am really excited for the big show on Sunday.

Here are some pics of me and Ruth Radelet walking the red carpet at the 2020 Grammys, just before the old world ended. ❤️

Standing in the Way of Control is on this year’s 1st Round Grammys Ballot!

First round voting opened for the GRAMMYs and our song from the Kill Rock Stars 30th Anniversary record is on the ballot!

If you are a voting member of the Recording Academy, we’re in the Best Pop Duo/Group Performance category and would love your vote. (Here is more on that.)

Thanks in advance for your consideration. 🏳️‍🌈

Behind The Record – Standing in the Way of Control

Join me and the Recording Academy in recognizing all of the music creators who work #BehindTheRecord — an initiative to give credit where credit is due.

It’s time to bring music credits back and celebrate writers and other creators who work behind the scenes.

Here’s a peek at everybody who made our Gossip cover happen for Kill Rock Stars’ 30th Anniversary record this year!

For Your Consideration…

Well, this is fun. 🏆

Today the Recording Academy / GRAMMYs opened up first-round voting for the 63rd Annual Grammy Awards and I’ve got two songs on the ballot!

My collaboration with Styrofoam, “Name Your Trouble”, written for the series finale of Emmy Award-winning series EastSiders on Netflix, is up for “Best Song Written For Visual Media”.

Also, the live version of my song “Underground” with Glasys that Banana Stand Records released earlier this year is up for “Best American Roots Performance”.

If you are a fellow voting member of the Recording Academy, thank you in advance for your consideration!

Logan Lynn at the 2020 Grammy Awards

Well, that was fun.

Thank you to the Recording Academy for an amazing week at the Grammys, to my friend Ruth for being my co-pilot the entire time, to QuestloveDave ChappelleTy Dolla $ignBilly Ray Cyrus, and Black Thought for inviting us to party the night before the big show, to Alessandro Michele and Gucci for dressing me while I was in LA, and to Hollywood for delivering adventure at every turn.

Also: Baby’s first best dressed list!!!

Here are a shit ton of photos:

Whoa. 2019.

For a year that included me having to fight multiple tech companies in and out of the press for protecting trolls and profiting off of abuse, a full blown RV manufacturing scandal and international media tour that I inexplicably found myself at the center of as a RoadTrek owner, and a major integration back into society after 9 months of off-grid misadventuring at the beach, I love that my 2019 still somehow managed to be all about pop stars, very pretty clothes, building rad shit with my favorite people, responding to hate by going punk on systems change, having my songs somehow make their way into the mainstream, signing to a new label, and the beauty of nature in spite of it all.

If you’re reading this, fuck yes. I love you. Thanks for being here. 🖤


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