Singer and Trombonist Aubrey Logan Slides into Morning Jazz, Before Resonating at Birdland

Oct 26, 2018

With both parents working as music educators, Aubrey Logan’s artistic cup began to fill with tap lessons. She was 5. Artistic openness led to choral lessons, along with slide trombone studies at  Berklee — and on down the road, performing around the world with Dave Koz’s Summer Tour.

Aubrey’s infectious personality and devotion as a singer and trombonist make all things impossible possible, which you can hear from her recent visit to Morning Jazz with pianist Logan Thomas.

The musical fare covered Carmen, Sinatra, a hip trip out on Route 66, and her own clever “Pity Party” — leaving us with a no-stammer M.C. Hammer “Can’t Touch This,” from Logan’s 2017 album Impossible.

Aubrey Logan fires up an already hot stage at Birdland this Sunday and Monday nights, as part of a 10th anniversary celebration of Resonance Records, alongside labelmates Eddie Daniels, Claudio Roditi, Polly Gibbons and others.

Videography: Sarah Kerson

Audio mix and video edit: Corey Goldberg