Saturday, August 18, 2012

Avril Lavigne Biography

Avril Ramona Lavigne is a Canadian punk singer born September 27, 1984 in Belleville, Ontario. Knowing a great success for several years, it has been described as "anti Britney Spears." She spent her childhood in Napanee, a small town of 5000 people in Ontario. Daughter of Judy Lavigne and John Lavigne, she has an older brother (Matt) and one sister (Michelle).

Avril Lavigne decided to become a singer from an early age. Therefore supported by his parents, it is the age of twelve, the girl wrote her first songs, learning of herself to play guitar. Inspired by her own experiences, his lyrics are mixed with music influenced by the Goo Goo Dolls, Green Day and the world of skate, practice it regularly.

She sings in the choir of the church in his village, about 12 years, and occurs at smaller festivals and local events. Halfway between pop and pop-punk, it occurs in a few regional festivals. For his parents the music is very important: "For many years the only music I listened to what I heard was the church and what my parents went home. At my birthday and Christmas, I was offered the disks. " Passionate about music, it begins to take the acoustic guitar from his father until she gets hers.

From that moment, she spends a majority of time on his own initiative. She plays the same song: Fly Away by Lenny Kravitz. Then she began writing her own songs: "I started writing 12 years and my first songs came into existence when I was 13. But I think I have always written poems. I kept them all and I think I could turn some of them songs. Some are indeed not bad. " The recruiter Antonio Reid, RCA / Arista, discovers in one of these festivals and offered him a contract. Avril Lavigne was then sixteen years old when she stops her studies to dedicate himself fully to music.

She goes to Manhattan to write his first album. However, it comes into disagreement with his employer and is opposed to the rhythms and words that he offers. She then left to settle in Los Angeles, where she met Clif Magness, producer and manager. A year later, she released Complicated. It delivers his first solo album Let Go in June 2002, which is very successful and come second on the Billboard 200 three months after its release.

At 19, Avril Lavigne released a new album in May 2004 entitled Under My Skin, which will, too, a huge success and will even be ranked first on the Billboard 200 just a month later. After the success of his first two albums ( more than 20 million copies sold), Avril Lavigne in 2006 made ​​appearances in movies Fast Food Nation, The Flock (Richard Gere) and the animated film Over The Hedge. It also began a modeling career, posing especially for Chanel.

She is married to Deryck Whibley, the lead singer of Sum 41 Punk Rock Canada from July 15, 2006. They both live in Los Angeles, although it has a home in Vancouver and Napanee. They were both born in the province of Ontario and have long known they begin to intimate relationships in March 2004. Avril Lavigne has made ​​a song called "Keep Holding On" for the film Eragon. His new album was released April 17, 2007 and entitled "The Best Damn Thing", which contains 12 songs that move, very different from previous albums. The first single is called "Girlfriend". The video of the latter was born February 26, 2007. She has translated this title in several languages ​​including French, Spanish, Japanese, German, Mandarin, Chinese, etc.. Moreover, in March 2007, Avril Lavigne working with Travis Barker, drummer of Blink-182, Alone on the song included in the single Girlfrien