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Natasha Bedingfield

With the Veronicas and Kate Voegele. Monday, June 2, at House of Blues.

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Natasha Bedingfield brings a pop explosion to House of Blues.
  • Natasha Bedingfield brings a pop explosion to House of Blues.

It doesn't get poppier, perkier, and cuter than this triple-header featuring Brit Bedingfield, Australian twins the Veronicas, and Bay Village singer-songwriter Voegele. Bedingfield's Pocketful of Sunshine practically bubbles over with happy: "Sticks and stones are never gonna shake me/I got a pocketful of sunshine!" she chirps in the luminous title tune. The Veronicas' Jessica and Lisa Origliasso are just as bouncy on Hook Me Up, their second album of electro-ignited alt-pop. Rainy days even sound like a good time when they sing about them. Meanwhile, Voegele's Don't Look Away continues to pick up steam with the single, "Only Fooling Myself," which the 21-year-old local recently performed on the CW's One Tree Hill.

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