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AurA Was a rock band formed in April 2007 in Worcestershire uk

The line up was Dave Small (Vocals), Jamie Guggenheim (Guitar), Blake Probert (Bass), and Jesse Lee Garcia (Drums/percussion)[1]


AurA performed and wrote their own original material written by main songwriter Dave Small (Vocals) with input from various other band members they also performed songs by artists who had inspired and influenced them in their band style of (60s 70s) classic rock and blues.
Achievements included sharing the bill with the likes of Walter Trout, Wishbone Ash, Hayseed Dixie and Rose Hill Drive;[2] While supporting Stan webbs Chicken Shack at Stourbridge rock cafe 2000 they were spotted by a promoter who wanted a young act to suppport status quo They played before 5,000 people at a open air concert at Dudley Castle in 2007[3] In March 2008 they were asked to perform as part of the support acts for Velvet Revolver during the Wolverhampton & Birmingham[4] legs of their Rock n' Roll As It Should Be tour
with Pearl Aday adopted daughter of Meatloaf They were booked to appear at the Albert Hall and Download Festival 2008 ; But Sadly before these last two events on Friday 28 March 2008 the band officially announced they were splitting up because of "irreconcilable differences".

BBC Sessions[edit]

AurA were featured many times on BBC Introducing with Andrew Marston in 2007[5] and 2008 as well as on BBC Introducing WM with Brett Birks and Louise Brierley, being interviewed and playing live in session on both shows.[6]

Studio Recordings[edit]

Their debut five-track EP Freedom was recorded with music guru Gavin Monaghan at his Magic Garden Studios Wolverhampton (The Editors, Ocean Colour Scene Scott Matthews, The Twang)

Post Break-up Activity[edit]

After the break up in 2008 Jamie Guggenheim, Jesse Lee Garcia and Blake Probert formed the band Ananukis[7][8] while lead singer and principle songwriter Dave Small after a short spell playing drums and percussion and recording with Gwyn Ashton[9] on his Two Man Blue's Army album project; formed the band Naked Remedy in early 2009 with Tom Callingswood, Nav Sahota and Jack Ryland-Smith .

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