Logan Lynn –
On June 20, 2016, Lynn shared his views, thoughts and fears of the shooting on The Huffington Post. We wanted to take this opportunity to repost it, to keep the conversation going and to make sure Logan’s message is reverberated once again, that we will NOT live in fear.
“On Saturday I woke up to the news of singer Christina Grimmie being gunned down and killed at a meet and greet with fans after her show. On Sunday I woke up to the news of extreme LGBT violence by way of the deadliest shooting in U.S. history.
I feel sick and afraid. I want to cancel all of my upcoming public appearances and find a closet to go back inside of.
But I cannot. And I will not.
I wrote this song, Go There When You Want To Be Loved, about my own feeling that there is no safe place for me in the world at times as a gay man, as a person living with persistent mental health struggles, and as a public person known for both. These lyrics feel like the only words I can find for how I am feeling, so I am releasing it now as a fundraiser for my queer family in Orlando.
Gay is great and so are you.”
We think you’re pretty great too Logan. Keep smiling and keep sharing your voice with us. The world is listening and you are not alone. We stand with you.
100% of the proceeds of this single will go to support recovery efforts in Orlando’s LGBT community. Watch the official music video for “Go There When You Want To Be Loved” below and click HERE to purchase your copy to support our gay community in Orlando.
Logan Lynn’s 8th studio album, ADIEU, releases September 23rd.