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Feature LP: Avril Lavigne – Avril Lavigne (2013) 8pm ET

Avril_lavigne_(album)Avril Lavigne is the self-titled fifth studio album by Canadian singer Avril Lavigne. It was released on 1 November 2013, by Sony Music Entertainment.

On 9 April 2013, the album’s lead single “Here’s to Never Growing Up”, produced by Martin Johnson of the band Boys Like Girls, was released.] The track peaked at No. 20 on Billboard Hot 100 in the US, as well as the Top 20 in Australia and the UK and the Top 10 in Ireland and Japan. A lyric video featuring submitted photographs of fans “never growing up” was released onto Lavigne’s official Vevo account the same day as the release of the single. The song’s official music video was later released on 9 May 2013.

The second single “Rock n Roll” premiered on Lavigne’s official YouTube channel on 18 July 2013 and was released on 27 August, with the music video premiering a week earlier on 20 August. A lyric video for featuring fan-made videos submitted through Instagram was released onto Lavigne’s official Vevo account on 12 August 2013. The song peaked at the top spot of both the Lebanon and South Korea charts and No. 5 in Japan, while reaching No. 91 on the US Billboard chart.

“Let Me Go” featuring Chad Kroeger was confirmed as the album’s third single. It premiered on the radio station KBIG on 7 October 2013 and was later released onto iTunes along with its music video on 15 October.  (Source: Wikipedia)

 

 No. Title Length

 

1. “Rock n Roll” 3:26

 

2. “Here’s to Never Growing Up” 3:34

 

3. “17”   3:24

 

4. “Bitchin’ Summer” 3:30

 

5. “Let Me Go” (featuring Chad Kroeger) 4:27

 

6. “Give You What You Like” 3:45

 

7. “Bad Girl” (featuring Marilyn Manson) 2:54

 

8. “Hello Kitty” 3:16

 

9. “You Ain’t Seen Nothin’ Yet” 3:13

 

10. “Sippin’ on Sunshine” 3:29

 

11. “Hello Heartache” 3:49

 

12. “Falling Fast” 3:13

 

13. “Hush Hush” 3:59

 

 

 

Feature Year: 2005 8pm ET

Today we feature the hits and music from 2005

January 23 – Johnny Carson, American television host (b. 1925) Died
February 6 – Merle Kilgore, American singer and songwriter (b. 1934) Died
February 14 – YouTube, the most popular video sharing website, is founded.
March 9 – Chris LeDoux, American rodeo performer and singer (b. 1949) Died
March 13 – Lyn Collins, American soul singer (b. 1948) Died
March 14 – The People’s Republic of China ratifies an anti-secession law, aimed at preventing Taiwan from declaring independence.
March 21 – Bobby Short, American entertainer (b. 1924) Died
April 2 – Pope John Paul II dies; over 4 million people travel to the Vatican to mourn him,
May 14 – Jimmy Martin, American musician (b. 1927) Died
April 19 – Pope Benedict XVI succeeds Pope John Paul II, becoming the 265th pope.
July 1 – Luther Vandross, American R&B singer (b. 1951) Died
July 2 – Live 8, a set of 10 simultaneous concerts, takes place throughout the world, raising interest in the Make Poverty History campaign.
July 21 – Long John Baldry, British musician (b. 1941) Died
July 23 – Myron Floren, American accordionist & musician (b. 1919) Died
August 29 – Hurricane Katrina makes land fall along the U.S. Gulf Coast causing severe damage. At least 1,836 die in the aftermath.
September 10 – Clarence “Gatemouth” Brown, American musician (b. 1924) Died
September 17 – Alfred Reed, American Composer and Conductor (b. 1921) Died
October 8 – The 2005 Kashmir earthquake kills about 80,000 people.
November 13 – Andrew Stimpson, a 25-year-old British man, is reported as the first person proven to have been ‘cured’ of HIV.
November 20 – Chris Whitley, American musician (b. 1945) Died
November 28 – Tony Meehan, English drummer (The Shadows) (b. 1943) Died
November 30 – Surgeons in France carry out the first human face transplant.
December 10 – Richard Pryor, American comedian (b. 1940) Died
December 31 – Another second is added, 23:59:60, called a leap second, to end the year 2005. The last time this occurred was on June 30, 1998.