Despite her somewhat sinful stage name, Aubrey Debauchery has an angel on her shoulder. Though it makes her blush to hear talk of it, Debauchery is one of those musicians who was born with her gift. That's not to say that she hasn't worked really hard to become a popular Chico performer. At a young age Aubrey realized school just wasn't in the cards for her and eventually opted for her GED. In place of high school, she played music, performing regularly at Has Beans open mics. At the age of 16, still knowing little more than how to play an A-minor chord, she joined a group of fellow Food Not Bombs volunteers in forming what would be end up becoming one of Chico's most inventive and entertaining bands, the short-lived indie-punk crew Stars Upon Thars. Now, 21, she's Aubrey Debauchery, and she regularly garners the kind of attention and popularity it usually takes local musicians years to cultivate. At her regular live gigs, her nervous-but-sassy stage presence sets an intimate tone for the personal, at times dark, songs of love, loss and partying like a 21-year-old, and whole lot of making out.