Aurora (Christian Band)
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Aurora Christian Band

OriginU.S., UK
GenresChristian pop
LabelsRed Hill, Pamplin
  • Lauren Smith
  • Rachel Smith
  • Racquel Smith

Aurora was an American Christian girl group that was made up of sisters Lauren, Racquel and Rachel Smith from Georgia.[1] The group released two albums, Aurora and Bigger than Us, and had singles "Mercy Me" and "Outta My Heart" on UK radio.

On March 1, 2001, the group performed in Tulsa, Oklahoma for the Amazing Pop Invasion tour premiere, a 30-city event headlined by Raze. The tour also featured Tammy Trent, UK DJ Doug Ross and fellow girl pop group Whisper Loud. However, Raze frontman Ja'Marc Davis was arrested that night for molesting teen girls in 1998. The remainder of the tour was cancelled after a concert of March 6, 2001, which omitted Davis and Whisper Loud.[2] Aurora disbanded in 2002.


Aurora (2000)

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Studio album by
ReleasedAugust 29, 2000 (2000-08-29)
GenreChristian pop
LabelRed Hill Records
  1. A World With You
  2. Loving Me Like You Do
  3. Finer Love
  4. Mercy Me
  5. Life In Your Hands
  6. Forget Me Not
  7. If You Didn't Love Me Anymore
  8. Out of My Mind
  9. Before the Throne of God
  10. Different Drum

Bigger Than Us (2001)

Bigger Than Us
Studio album by
ReleasedNovember 13, 2001 (2001-11-13)
LabelThe Pamplin Records
  1. Just the Way You Are
  2. The Way That You Love Me
  3. I Dedicate This Heart to You
  4. Bigger than Us
  5. Turn It Around
  6. Go On
  7. Closer To You
  8. Shout
  9. Rekindle the Flame
  10. Forever


  • "Mercy Me"
  • "Outta My Heart"


  1. ^ "Popular Uprising". Billboard. Nielsen Business Media, Inc.: 28- June 17, 2000. ISSN 0006-2510.
  2. ^ Akins, Debra; Warren, Lindy (March 12, 2001). "Raze Frontman Arrested". Archived from the original on July 22, 2001. Retrieved 2012.

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