Mic Check: Natasha Bedingfield, the Veronicas, and Kate Voegele at House of Blues on Monday

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Bedingfield: 25 percent of the cutie action coming to HOB.
The Verizon VIP Tour – starring Natasha Bedingfield, the Veronicas, and Kate Voegele – couldn’t come to town at a better time. The weather’s finally starting to warm, the sun’s peeking out from the clouds, and we’re sporting shorts instead of sweats. All three of these artists make music so damn cheery, they bring the sunshine no matter how dismal it is outdoors. Perky Brit Bedingfield’s latest album is called Pocketful of Sunshine. That should give you an idea where she and her tourmates are coming from. Plus, Bedingfield’s big hit, “Love Like This,” sounds like a summer jam – even though it was released in the dead of winter. Australian twin sisters the Veronicas also bring the bounce on their new album, Hook Me Up. And Bay Village singer-songwriter Voegele, still touring Don’t Look Away, sounds like a little vessel of sunshine. Prepare for an overload of cute. --Michael Gallucci Natasha Bedingfield, the Veronicas, and Kate Voegele perform at 7 p.m. Monday, June 2, House of Blues, 308 Euclid Avenue. Tickets are $20, available by calling 216-523-2583. For a preview, listen to Bedingfield’s “Love Like This” below.

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