Avril Ramona Lavigne is a Canadian-French singer, songwriter, and actress. By the age of 15, she had appeared on stage with Shania Twain, and by 16, she had signed a two-album recording contract with Arista Records worth more than $2 million. Lavigne‘s debut studio album, Let Go, included the single, "Sk8er Boi", that emphasized a skate punk persona, which earned her the title "Pop Punk Queen", from music publications. She is considered a key musician in the development of pop punk music since she paved the way for female-driven, punk-influenced pop music in the early 2000s. Lavigne's lead single, "Complicated", reached number one in several countries worldwide and made her the youngest female soloist to have a number-one album in the United Kingdom. Her second studio album, Under My Skin, became Lavigne's first album to reach the top of the Billboard 200 chart in the United States, going on to sell 10 million copies worldwide.
|Born:||Avril Ramona Lavigne, September 27, 1984, Belleville, Ontario, Canada|
|Occupation:||Singer, songwriter, actress|
|Home town:||Greater Napanee, Ontario, Canada|
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|Youtube:||Avril Lavigne's Youtube channel|
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About Avril Lavigne
Pop punk performer who became the youngest female solo artist to release a #1 album in the U.K. with Let Go, which was nominated for eight Grammy Awards. She released her self-titled fifth album in November 2013.
She began singing when she was two years old and, after her father built her a studio in the basement, she began performing at county fairs.
Her hit single "Complicated" won her the MTV Video Music Award for Best New Artist in a Video in 2002.
Her single "Alice" was featured in Tim Burton's movie Alice in Wonderland.
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