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Breaking Out for the Summertime.

AOL ANNOUNCES BREAKERS

Veronicas, Fall Out Boy, Natasha Bedingfield, Ohers are on AOL's List for the Summer
The Veronicas (Warner)
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17 Year Old Australian twin sisters. Think Avril Lavigne x 2, with a dash of PJ Harvey. They write their own songs, can really play, and have tons of attitude.
Trey Songz (Atlantic)
http://music.channel.aol.com/artist/main.adp?artistid=686292
Young, charismatic singer who already has been in for AOL Music Sessions. Twista, Aretha Franklin and Juvenile guest on his album. Off to a great start at Rhythmic radio.

Fall Out Boy (Island)
http://www.falloutboyrock.com/
Look for Fall Out Boy to follow in the footsteps of My Chemical Romance as the next breakthrough, mass appeal "emo" band. They have a ferocious base, and are already selling out shows at capacity's over 1,000.
Natasha Beddingfield (Epic)
http://www.natashabedingfield.com
"These Words" is one of the catchiest, most radio friendly songs of the year. Natasha is already triple-platinum in England, and Epic has put together a strong campaign to conquer the U.S.A.
Keith Anderson (Arista Nashville)
http://www.keithanderson.com/
Country's next breakout star, Keith Anderson, is already making a splash with his single "Pickin' Wildflowers." Keith is no stranger to hit songs, having written the Grammy-nominated Garth Brooks/George Jones hit "Beer Run," as well as Gretchen Wilson's "The Bed." Keith's debut record "Three Chord Country & American Rock and Roll" showcases the many dimensions of his artistry, from dreamy ballads to rowdy rockers.


Yummy (Universal)
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19 yr old singer/songwriter Yummy, merges new school commercial hip hop chops with the best of classic soul. Yummy has worked with Chaka Khan, Patti Labelle, Busta Rhymes, & Amerie, while being mentored by Rockwilder (Grammy winning producer for 50Cent, Destiny's Child, & Jay Z).
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