Faulkner Center to Present Aubrey Logan
Aubrey Logan will perform at 7:30 p.m. Friday, Feb. 24, at the Faulkner Performing Arts Center.
She's a singer. She's a trombone player. She's a songwriter. She's a performer. It would have been a lot easier if Logan would have just picked one. But she's never been one to be pigeon-holed. She lives her life outside the box, and that makes her difficult to define. And that's OK with her because she purposely defies definition.
Her Top 5 debut album in 2017 helped establish her as one of the premier young singer-instrumentalists in the country. Her participation in Dave Koz' No. 1 album, Summer Horns, in 2018 helped cement her position. But it was her own No. 1 album in 2019 that really helped Logan become a household name with music aficionados around the world. Because it was that album, Where the Sunshine is Expensive, that showed the depth of songwriting that she's capable of.
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