Knowledge Identifier: +Avril_Lavigne
Jowett arranged for Lavigne to work with Peter Zizzo during the summer of 2000 in New York, where she wrote the song "Why"
Curtis Frasca - In 2001 after attempts to capture Avril Lavigne's sound, Arista A&R head Josh Saurbin reached out to the production & writing team of Curt Frasca and Sabelle Breer to help with the album
Jesse Colburn - He worked with Avril Lavigne's band from 2002 to 2004, leaving the band before they started their 2004 tour
Let Go (Avril Lavigne album) - "'Let Go"' is the debut album by French-Canadian singer-songwriter Avril Lavigne, released on 4 June 2002
Chantal Kreviazuk - In 2003, Kreviazuk and Maida collaborated on a number of tracks with Avril Lavigne for Lavigne's second album "Under My Skin"
Neil Reid - The youngest girl to top the chart is Canadian artist Avril Lavigne at 17 years and 3 months with "Let Go" in 2003
Fefe Dobson - In April 2005, Dobson was nominated for two Juno *awards, Pop Album of the Year and New Artist of the Year; both categories were won by Avril Lavigne
Jesse Colburn - He played guitar for Closet Monster until their final show on 8 December 2005 and he previously played in Avril Lavigne's band from 2002 to 2004
Both "Over the Hedge" and "Fast Food Nation" opened at the 2006 Cannes Film Festival, which Lavigne attended
Travis Barker - Also in 2006 he played drums for several songs on Avril Lavigne's third album, "The Best Damn Thing"
In 2007, Chantal Kreviazuk, who wrote with Lavigne on her second album, accused Lavigne of plagiarism and criticized her songwriting
Nikki Yanofsky - This made her the first Canadian artist to have a number one song on that chart since "Girlfriend" by Avril Lavigne topped the chart in 2007
In 2008, Lavigne introduced her clothing line, Abbey Dawn, and in 2009, she released her first perfume, Black Star, which was followed by her second perfume, Forbidden Rose, in 2010 and her third perfume, Wild Rose, in 2011
As of 2009, the album has sold over 16 million units worldwide, and the RIAA has certified the album six-times platinum, denoting shipments of over six million units in the U.S.
Curtis Frasca - Since forming in 2010 they have acquired 25,000 copyrights through the acquisition of iconic catalogues and brands such as Salsoul Records, West End Records as well as music and hit songs by Jennifer Lopez, Snoop Dogg, Neil Young, Nina Simone, Tupac, Celine Dion, Rod Stewart, Avril Lavigne, Commodores, John Coltrane
Lavigne is one of the top-selling artists releasing albums in the U.S., with over 11 million copies certified by the RIAA. Her fourth studio album, "Goodbye Lullaby", was released in March 2011
PalaLottomatica - This arena hosted the concert of Avril Lavigne with her The Black Star Tour on September 10, 2011
By 2013, Lavigne would go on to sell more than 50 million singles and 30 million copies of her albums worldwide, becoming one of the top-selling artists releasing albums in the U.S., with over 10,25 million copies certified by the RIAA. In 2009, "Billboard" named Lavigne the number 10 pop artist in the "Best of the 2000s" chart
Here's to Never Growing Up - "'Here's to Never Growing Up"'" is a song recorded by Canadian recording artist Avril Lavigne, taken from her self-titled fifth studio album in 2013
Danica McKellar - On 20th August 2013, Canadian singer Avril Lavigne released her music video for new single Rock N Roll from her upcoming self titled fifth album, which features McKellar as 'Winnie Cooper'
Danica McKellar - On August 20, 2013, Canadian singer Avril Lavigne released her music video for new single "Rock N Roll" from her upcoming self-titled fifth album, which features McKellar as 'Winnie Cooper'
Proceeds from her "Team Rockstar" event help sponsor athletes from around the world competing in the 2015 Special Olympics World Summer Games in Los Angeles
On 25 December 2016, Lavigne announced via her Instagram account that she was working on new music and would be releasing a new album in 2017
Ryan Tedder - In 2019, Tedder wrote and produced his solo single debut "Right Where I'm Supposed to Be" as the Official Song of the 2019 Special Olympics World Summer Games in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates in collaboration with Avril Lavigne, Luis_Fonsi, Hussain Al Jassmi, Assala Nasri and Tamer Hosny