Aubrey Logan to perform March 3

BENNINGTON — Singer Aubrey Logan, best known for her unique swing-tinged, trombone-laced pop, will perform at the Masonic Hall on Saturday, March 3 at 8 p.m. Presented by the Vermont Arts Exchange, Logan will be stopping in Bennington in the midst of her North American headline tour.

"VAE is lucky indeed to have Aubrey Logan come to our little town," said Matthew Perry, VAE's executive director. "Aubrey's stage presence is astonishing and her vocal range is amazing — it's a first-class performance."

Logan recently stepped into the spotlight as a songwriter with the acclaimed cross-genre debut album "Impossible."As the winner of the Montreux Jazz Festival Competition and someone who has performed with Pharrell Williams, Josh Groban and Dave Koz, Logan has successfully broken down genre barriers with a sound that combines jazz vocals with R&B, neo-soul, pop, and a touch of rock. Seventeen Magazine says simply, "we can't stop listening to how good she sounds,"while Luxuria Lifestyle UK says, "'Impossible' is the type of album you want to listen to in the car on a seriously loud volume, while belting out unattainable notes."

Originally from Seattle and now based in L.A., Logan describes herself as funny, serious and driven all at once. She has toured as a featured artist with Scott Bradlee's Postmodern Jukebox and is working tirelessly between L.A. and wherever her music takes her. She says that what she enjoys most is the universality of music, how people from all over the world can come together and create music in an instant. "I love experimenting with arrangements and I love to improvise," she said.

Tickets for this Basement Music Series concert are $20 in advance through or by calling 800-838-3006. If not sold out, tickets are $25 at the door. Student tickets are available for $10. Libations provided by Thyme Tables Catering of Shaftsbury and food provided by Bringing you Vermont will be available for purchase.

The Masonic Hall, located at 504 Main Street in downtown Bennington, is an accessible facility.

For more information about Vermont Arts Exchange, the Basement Music Series, exhibits and camps, contact VAE at 802-442-5549 or visit


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