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Avril Lavigne Can't Be Wrong. Part III

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This is the last part of our long Avril Lavigne articles. Let's talk a bit about her religious background.

The Lavignes family is a devoutly Christian family; some of Avril Lavigne's first appearances were in church, and her earliest recordings were with Christian singer-songwriter Stephen Medd on tracks such as "Touch the Sky." Though she has always been a "rebel" kid, Avril Lavigne says that her most important values were shaped by growing up in a Christian family. Avril Lavigne says: "My mom wouldn't even let me sing 'Strawberry Wine' because it said 'wine' in it and I was this little kid. She used to protect my image. And that's not the only reason why I don't dance around like a ho-on-stage, but it definitely has something to do with being brought up with tons of morals. And I'm not saying I'll never write a song with a curse word, because there's definitely been times when it's like, Aww, man, "fuck" would sound so good there! But then I think about my mom, and how it would probably hurt her. So I just say 'frig' instead."

Avril Lavigne never used to listen to much music until she became a teenager, and even then it was mostly country divas such as Shania Twain or mainstream rock bands like the Goo Goo Dolls and Matchbox Twenty. These bands represented her musical background and the first inspiration source.

Things started to become better and better for Lavigne after a Canadian label representative sent New York songwriter and producer Peter Zizzo a home video of her singing karaoke. Peter Zizzo loved her performance and she described Avril Lavigne as an extremely talented and full of live young girl. Peter Zizzo recommended Avril to Arista Records. Soon after that, she signed a deal with Arista after Reid watched her perform in Zizzo's studio in December 2001. And this is how the "legend" of Avril Lavigne starts.

by FW Editor


Tags: records, pop



Category: Celebrities  - ( Celebrities Archive)

Date Added: 18 February '10


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