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Avril Lavigne worried emotional track won't fit in with set list
Guitar-wielding songstress Avril Lavigne has revealed she is worried she won't be able to perform her favourite new track live on her upcoming tour.
The singer said she loves her song Goodbye, but is not sure it will fit in with the other tracks on the set list as it is so emotional.
She told Bang Showbiz: "I'm really looking forward to performing my song Push. My favourite song on the record is Goodbye, it's the last song but I don't know if I'm going to be performing it but I really like the song I wrote called Push and I'm hoping that the record company will make it a single."
Avril's Black Star tour kicks off at the end of April in Beijing, China. It will also take in other dates in Asia across the coming months.
Earlier this week she took to Twitter to express her excitement about the shows, saying: "Take off.... On our way to Beijing China to kick off #TheBlackStar Tour."
Posted on 28 Apr 2011 10:09 to category : Band / Celebrity News
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