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Avril Ramona Lavigne was born in Belleville, Ontario, Canada on September 27, 1984. Her father, Jean-Claude Lavigne, named her "Avril" after the French word for the month of April. At the age of two, she began singing church songs with her mother, Judith-Rosanne "Judy" (née Loshaw). Check our available Avril Lavigne concert ticket inventory and get your tickets here at ConcertBank now. Sign up for an email alert to be notified the moment we have tickets!

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Assisted on nearly every track by new husband Chad Kroeger of Nickelback, Avril Lavigne starts her fifth LP shouting out her own rocker credentials: On "Rock N Roll," all the Auto-Tune in Sweden can't keep her bad reputation from battling "hipster bullshit," and "Here's to Never Growing Up" advocates "singing Radiohead at the top of our lungs" even if Radiohead's fans never would. In "Bad Girl," she and Marilyn Manson get their industrial-glam cartoon kink on...
I've always had a relative soft spot for Avril Lavigne, not because her career is built from consistently solid albums (in fact, Lavigne's discography is infamously spotty, marked by great pop singles and not much else), but because I always felt like she was unique in the landscape of pop music. It's not just that she worked with Butch Walker on pretty much all of her best songs--though that certainly didn't hurt--but rather that her sassy punk image and her loud, distinct personality always...
Bratty nostalgia trip ... Avril Lavigne Buy it from Buy the CDAvril LavigneAvril LavigneEpic Records2013 Tell us what you think: Rate and review this album ...
Usually self-titled albums so late in a career - this is the fifth in 11 years for Napanee's punk "princess" (her word) - signify a rebirth of sorts. Or at least a mature, self-assured coming into one's own. Which would make sense, given the singer's recent marriage to Canadian rocker Chad Kroeger (who co-writes and -produces here) and the fact that she'll be 30 in a year. But down to the very song titles - 17, Bitchin' Summer, Hello Kitty - this is no more grown-up than her debut...
Review Summary: Pop's punk princess delivers another bout of radio-ready rockers. Consistency has been Avril Lavigne's forte ever since she exploded onto the pop music scene in the early 2000's. As she keenly toed the line between high school drama and adulthood, she has always kept a balanced musical persona that would appeal to adults and teens alike...
Avril Lavigne is at a creative crossroads. The once rebellious 29-year-old now finds herself with little against which to define herself. Where a younger Lavigne once found inspiration in the instability of youth, her apparent life of privilege is hardly fodder for the kind of angst-ridden songs she's famous for. With so little to rebel against, the pointedly titled Avril Lavigne, her fifth album, becomes an exercise in rediscovering her identity...
Avril Lavigne We all fell in love with her striped tie, tank top, skater shoe wearing first album that catapulted a teenage Lavigne into the hearts of an army of angsty pre-teens and 20-somethings with Peter Pan Syndrome. Then came the emo-Avril of her 'Under My Skin' era, which although churned out a chain of more hits, including the chart topping 'My Happy Ending' and 'Nobody's Home', the panda-eyed, tutu clad teen tantrum anthems quickly got old.....
It's been quite the while since Avril Lavigne felt like a proper force to be reckoned with in pop. Since 2007's first-rate effort The Best Damn Thing and its deliriously bratty lead-single Girlfriend, Avril has released the stinker of an album that was 2011's Goodbye Lullaby, got married to Nickelback frontman Chad Kroeger and been well and truly usurped by Taylor Swift when it comes to preppy oh-so-youthful teen anthems...
Sound: Avril Lavigne is a Canadian pop artist who certainly comes from rock roots. Aside from the recent success of her music, Lavigne was in the news for marrying Nickelback frontman, Chad Kroeger. Fittingly, Kroeger makes a guest vocal appearance on the album and Lavigne covers the Nickelback song "How You Remind Me," which can be found with other covers on the CD's deluxe version...
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