Aubrey Logan

Events

Feb 27 Thu
Aubrey Logan7:30 PM
Blue Note Napa
Feb 28 Fri
Aubrey Logan6:30 PM
Blue Note Napa
Feb 28 Fri
Aubrey Logan9:00 PM
Blue Note Napa
Logan is commonly referred to as “The Queen of Sass,” as her concerts are a mix of excellent musicality, jaw-dropping vocals, expert trombone-playing, and a breathtaking array of originals and original takes on cover songs. Her debut album Impossible shot to the top 10 on the iTunes, Billboard and Amazon charts, and her 2017 track “Habenera” was included in Amazon’s Best of 2017 Jazz Tracks. Her appearance on Summer Horns II, from A to Z (as a special guest of Dave Koz on Concord Records) became the #1 selling Contemporary Jazz Album.
 
Logan has shared the stage with numerous luminaries including Pharrell Williams, The Boston Pops, Josh Groban and countless others. She has performed more than 250 shows since 2016, touring as a guest star with Postmodern Jukebox, with Dave Koz and his all-star lineup along with selling out her own shows in venues all over the US and Europe.
Ages 8+

BLUE NOTE NAPA is located on the 1st floor of the Historic Napa Valley Opera House at 1030 Main St. We are an intimate 144-seat Live Music club and Restaurant, where you can enjoy performances of world renowned and local Bay Area artists alike. We offer a full menu with an elegant wine and cocktail list. Enjoy fantastic main courses, sharing plates, and desserts while you take in a show.
  • All ticket prices are per person.
  • Dinner is served in all sections.
  • Your ticket is also your dining reservation.
  • Every Ticket does get a seat in area purchased.
  • Our Seating Policy is First Come, First Seated in area purchased.
  • We recommend arriving 30 min before door time to get best choice of seating. 
  • We do not have a standing room only section
  • Pairs are sat across from each other, not next to each other.
  • No Refunds, Professional cameras or outside food and drink.
  • Ear Plugs are available for free at the Box Office
  • Any special needs or accommodation requests, please call our Box Office.
  • A portion of all ticket fees goes to the historic preservation of the Napa Valley Opera House.
  • Tickets are the same price whether purchased in person, over the phone or online

“Sapphire” Booth Seating: Booth seating for parties of 4, 5- 6 persons
Premier level of seating! Sold only in units of 4 or 5/6, and are not available as singles or pairs. You will be seated when you arrive. (Dark Blue on map)
“Royal Blue” Center Table Seating: Center table area in front of stage: Pairs are seated across from each other.  (Light Blue on map)
Standard Side Table Seating: Side table areas left and right of center section: Pairs are seated across from each other.  (Yellow on map)
Bar Area Seating (only 21+ may sit at bar):
Great View! Bar Chairs are tall with backs and comfy padded seats. Purse hooks too. (Pink on map).

1030 Main Street, Napa CA 94559
Box Office: 707.880.2300 (Tues-Sat, 2:30-9:00 pm, Sun, 1 hr. before doors)

Aubrey LOGAN

The media refer to #1 selling artist, Aubrey Logan as “The Queen of Sass,” and it’s easy to see
why. Her concerts are a mix of excellent musicality, jaw-dropping vocals, expert
trombone-playing, a breathtaking array of originals and original takes on cover songs and,
well…fun! Her heart wrenching musical stories has audiences in tears just before her comedic
relief has them in stitches.
The Seattle native, trained in trombone performance at Berklee College of Music, Logan soon
after made her way to Los Angeles, with dreams of becoming L.A.’s “most cerebral musician
with a personality”. Once there she created her own path, lining up professional work with acts
as disparate as the Boston Pops, Pharrell, Josh Groban, Seth McFarlane, and Meghan Trainor,
and at the same time amassing a huge online following thanks to her performances with the
YouTube phenomenon PostModern Jukebox.
Her debut, Impossible , was a top 10 album on the iTunes, Billboard and Amazon charts. Her
appearance on Summer Horns II, from A to Z , as a special guest of Dave Koz and Concord
Records, became the No. 1 selling Contemporary Jazz Album. Aubrey’s features on Jimmy
Kimmel, The Grammy Awards, a PBS special and London Live have kept her in the public eye
and millions of fans have watched her head-spinning videos on YouTube and Facebook.
Aubrey is a transplanted Angeleno, with a love for all things on the sunny side of Southern
California and a sharp wit about all its pitfalls. On her second studio album, Where the Sunshine
Is Expensive , Logan pays homage to her adopted hometown, as only the Queen of Sass could:
with a twinkle in her eye and a newfound confidence in her mind.
Aubrey Logan has performed more than 250 shows since 2016. Written in airports around the
country (and in LAX, of course), Where the Sunshine Is Expensive came together as Logan
accepted that love it or hate it (but mostly love it), L.A. has her heart.
The trick to making the city work for her, she found, was brutal honesty and vulnerability in her
art. “I wrote these songs as a love letter to L.A. and I want people to see that through the
darkness, the grit, the grime, there is hope,” Logan says.
Recording Where the Sunshine Is Expensive was a roll of the dice — because it was all done
live at the legendary East West Studios in Hollywood with world-class musicians including guest
appearances by jazz legend Dave Koz and vocalist Casey Abrams. Logan’s live studio
audience included passionate fans who flew in from around the country to watch the recording.
“Understand,” the album’s lead single, is a ‘70s R&B slow jam that asks for something we all
want: a bit of appreciation (and, of course, Logan playing a trombone solo). “I wrote
‘Understand’ at a time when I was feeling particularly angry at the music industry, but I wanted
to work through it in song,” Logan says with a laugh.
“L.A.,” the album’s second single, is a song that speaks for itself. It’s loaded with clichés about
the city that are also truths based in Logan’s observations, eavesdropping in a coffee shop and
driving down the I-5. Her stark, and hilarious honesty about the city is captured in this song’s
opening lines, “I have a tan in January, I make six figures and I’m broke / Oh the smog, it ain’t
so scary. And the sunset, well it sure puts on a show.”
She’s now preparing for a US Tour, a European Tour, an Australian Jazz Cruise and releasing
her new album. So no need to worry….there’s no shortage of “sass” in our immediate future.
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