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Lynn Sorensen
Since June 2000, Lynn has been the bassist, back-up vocalist for the Paul Rodgers solo band. From the Barrowlands in Scotland to Royal Albert Hall in London, to the Georgia Dome in Atlanta, to BB Kings in New York, to the Ryman in Nashville and the Sydney Superdome, Lynn has toured Europe, Japan, Australia and North America with Paul. A full DVD of the Glasgow, Scotland show entitled, Paul Rodgers Live at Glasgow is currently available in stores worldwide. It charted #1 in the UK and Canada and #3 in the US. Lynn just performed as bassist with the surviving members of the original Bad Company in a one-off show at the Seminole Hard Rock Arena. Look for a DVD of the show worldwide in early 2009.

Lynn's original project Sex And Violins was born in 2006. A video for the title track, Sex And Violins, was filmed in Vegas with Shane Valdez of Realm Films (Panic at the Disco, Jet, Nora Jones, Tool) directing.

Lynn has also finished his second record with founding Heart members Roger Fisher and Mike Derosier with the band Clever Bastards. The album is titled, Dumb It Down. It is available on iTunes and CD Baby.

You can see Lynn with Spike and the Impalers featuring KJR’s Bob Rivers, Spike O’Neill and the whole morning show crew at a concert venue near you. Lynn has worked with Sir Mix-A-Lot and his apprentice Mike Singleton. The project is called Outtasite. He has also worked on Randy Hansen’s album, Drunk With Power, and with Ronnie Montrose in Sacramento, California.

In 1998, Lynn become a member of the Major League Baseball All Star Band, also the Players’ Choice Band through 2000. Lynn represented these groups as their lead vocalist and bass player.

In 1992, Lynn founded the still popular Seattle band, Magic Bus.

From the age of nine to 17, Lynn studied classical violin and viola from Don Weyand of the Seattle Symphony. All-Northwest Orchestra at age 15; All-State Orchestra age 16; Seattle Symphony Orchestra Gold Medallist age 17. To this day, nothing moves Lynn more than Vivaldi’s Four Seasons.

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