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Aubrey Wood is a sixteen-year-old singer/songwriter from West Hartford, Connecticut living part time in Los Angeles, California. Her first release, the self-titled EP, “Aubrey Wood”, is now available for purchase at most online music stores including iTunes, Amazon and Napster. Also, her newest single, “Fly”, is available at now at iTunes.
Aubrey first learned to play guitar when she was just twelve years old and has devoted a large part of her life and focus since then toward refining her musical skills and pursuing her own compositions. By the eighth grade, Aubrey had written and recorded many songs by laying tracks down one-by-one using simple production tools and posting some of her work to MySpace and YouTube. Aubrey found further inspiration when she moved on to high school and was given the lead guitar role for the school jazz band and musical stage productions. At the end of Aubrey’s freshman year, she posted her original song, “Heart”, to MySpace and was overwhelmed by the comments and thousands of listens in the play count. Since then, Aubrey has composed several other original songs, many of which have also been widely sampled in the online space.
In 2009, Aubrey’s composition, “Love Jenny” (inspired by the film Forrest Gump), was performed by her entire high school choir during a key Fall performance and to the delight of hundreds in the audience and her fellow classmates. With time and maturity, Aubrey has continued to refine and fine tune her style and during the past year, caught the ear of several industry producers.
Aubrey recorded her first EP titled “Aubrey Wood” which was produced by Grammy winning producer, K.C. Porter and J.B. Eckl at World Beat Productions in California. All the music on her first commercial production was written and performed by Aubrey on vocals and acoustic guitar with a strong assembly of contributing performers including J.B. Eckl on electric guitar, Paul Gonzales on drums, and Sean Hurley on bass.
Her new single, “Fly”, written and performed by Aubrey was adopted as its theme song by Unified Theater, a non-profit organization supporting opportunities in the performing arts for youth with learning disabilities. The song is set to be featured in a series of public service announcements for the organization. In addition, Aubrey can now be seen as part of a current commercial campaign for Wheat Thins.
The album draws inspiration from several current artists including Death Cab for Cutie, Owl City, Taylor Swift, Mat Kearney and many others.|
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