Breakfast in Barbados 2009 Announcement

Breakfast in Barbados 2009 Announcement

104.5 CHUM FM announces that international superstar and hit-maker Kelly Clarkson, undisputed – It Girl – Katy Perry, and Canadian rockers Simple Plan will join the Roger, Darren and Marilyn morning show in April for Breakfast in Barbados 2009.

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This exciting line-up will live for CHUM FM contest winners on April 23 and live on-air for CHUM FM listeners in Toronto.

“We are thrilled to be able to reward our loyal listeners with Breakfast in Barbados 2009,” said David Corey, Program Director for CHUM FM. “This year’s event is gearing up to be the best, with superstars Kelly Clarkson, Katy Perry, and Simple Plan on board for a week of fun in the sun!”

From Monday, January 19th to Friday, February 27, listeners will be invited by Katy Perry to call in for a chance to win an all-inclusive one-week vacation with Roger, Darren and Marilyn, Kelly Clarkson, Katy Perry and Simple Plan in Barbados. Flying with Air Canada, the lucky winners will stay at the all-inclusive Almond Beach Village Resort and are also awarded $500 spending money from CIBC AeroGold VISA. CHUM FM’s Breakfast in Barbados week with Roger, Darren, and Marilyn occurs from April 18-25.

Originally from Fort Worth, Texas, Kelly Clarkson achieved international superstardom after winning the first season of American Idol in 2002. By 2003, her first album entitled Thankful had gone double platinum. By 2004, Clarkson’s second album Breakaway had gone six times platinum in the U.S. and five times platinum in Canada.

Since then, she has released her third album, My December – which also went platinum. Her new single My Life Would Suck Without You, which CHUM FM world premiered this week, is from the album All I Ever Wanted and releases on March 17, 2009.

In 2008 singer Katy Perry burst onto the music scene with her hit songs I Kissed a Girl, Hot, And Cold, and Thinking Of You off her debut album One of the Boys. Since then, Blender Magazine has called her “The Next Big Thing,” and Teen People dubbed her “One to Watch.” Perry, the daughter of two pastors, grew up on a strict diet of church music until the day she put on a Queen record and was inspired by their flamboyant lyrics.

At 17, Perry met legendary producer and songwriter Glen Ballard, who spent years guiding and developing her career. The strength of the songs and Perry’s big voice captured the attention of then-Chairman & CEO of Capitol Music Group Jason Flom, who signed her in Spring 2007.

Simple Plan broke onto the music scene in 2002 with its quadruple-platinum debut album, No Pads, No Helmets…Just Balls (Lava/Atlantic), which featured the radio hit singles “I’m Just a Kid,” “I’d Do Anything,” “Addicted,” and “Perfect.” The band followed its debut by recording two studio albums, a live album, a DVD and selling more than seven million units worldwide, all while playing thousands of shows on five continents.

The band also has won a slew of awards, including five MuchMusic Video Awards for People’s Choice Favorite Canadian Band. Their current album, the self-titled Simple Plan, features the hit singles “When I’m Gone,” “Your Love Is a Lie,” and “Save You” and has already surpassed platinum certification in Canada.

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