Teen pop/rock sensation Avril Lavigne is offering a five-track live EP for paid download exclusively through Apple's iTunes Music Store, beginning today (July 15). The cuts, "Sk8er Boi," "Nobody's Foo

Teen pop/rock sensation Avril Lavigne is offering a five-track live EP for paid download exclusively through Apple's iTunes Music Store, beginning today (July 15). The cuts, "Sk8er Boi," "Nobody's Fool," "Unwanted, "Losing Grip" and a cover of Green Day's "Basket Case" were recorded on March 23 in Dublin. Fans can purchase individual tracks for 99 cents or the full EP for $4.95.

Lavigne recently completed her Try to Shut Me Up world tour, which will be chronicled with "My World," a concert CD and DVD due in October from Arista. Beyond live performances, the DVD will sport "backstage and on-the-road shenanigans with Avril and her band, as well as opening acts who took part in the tour," according to Lavigne's official Web site.

The artist was touring in support of her Arista debut, "Let Go," which is No. 63 in its 57th week on The Billboard 200 and has been certified six-times platinum by the Recording Industry Association of America for U.S. shipments of 6 million copies.

Lavigne is up for three Teen Choice Awards, including best album and best single, to be handed out Aug. 6 on Fox.