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Left and Forgotten, the title of Gone Avery's first E.P. reflects a band with the will to stand out, and a passion that will not be forgotten.
With energetic shows and great music that exemplifies a blend of rock and modern alternative, the band started from the ground up. In as little as a year, Gone Avery went from local bars to well known venues like the House of Blues. Although rising into the music scene quickly, the band will not forget the sacrifices, hard work, and loyal fans that have helped to shape what Gone Avery is today.
Gone Avery has shared the stage with many established bands including: The Sick Puppies, Doug Aldrich from Whitesnake, The Who Show, Set Your Goals, April Sixth, Summer Set, and The Downtown Fiction. They have worked in many esteemed recording studios in Hollywood including:
Westlake Studios (West Hollywood), Mas Music Productions (North Hollywood), Grey Area Studios (North Hollywood), etc. They have also worked with engineer Michael Sanchez of Westlake Studios, and producer/engineer Adrian Alvarado of the Grammy Foundation and Grey Area Studios.
During the last few years Gone Avery has played many popular venues in the Los Angeles and Orange County areas including:
The House of Blues
The Orange County Fair
The Whiskey A Go Go
The Knitting Factory
The Juke Joint
The Commonwealth Lounge
Sam Ash Battle of Bands
In early 2012, Gone Avery released their first E.P. "Left and Forgotten." The album was a way to mark the bands first big entrance into the music scene posing the question: Will we triumph, or be left and forgotten? The true answer lies within the success of growing as individuals, playing to enormous crowds of energetic fans, and establishing themselves in the many well-known venues of Los Angeles and Orange County. The album is for sale on iTunes, Amazon, and CD Baby and was recorded with producer and engineer Adrian Alvarado of the Grammy Foundation and Grey Area Studios in North Hollywood.
In 2013, the band began their follow up to Left and Forgotten, a series of single releases that reflects the direction and style that Gone Avery has taken. The music is energetic, with alternative rock and pop influences, and an intensity that can be felt at live shows. The band looks to this new music as a focal point of what's to come, and the style that will represent Gone Avery's future endeavors.