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His first solo single, "Boy Meets Girl", was released in March 2009.

It was co-written with among others indie pop artists Adam Richman and Bleu.

He among others co-wrote, recorded and produced the soundtrack for the series.

He has two siblings, a younger brother named Drew (b.

1984), who is the guitarist in Selena Gomez & The Scene, and a younger sister, Annie (b. Taubenfeld graduated from Mc Donogh School in 2001.

The song referenced his love for Taylor Swift and Christmas even though he is Jewish, and was released years before Taylor trademarked "Swiftmas".

It would take until May 2010 until his album Welcome to the Blacklist Club was released.

In 2012, Taubenfeld co-wrote the song "Shine" for The Used album Vulnerable.

That same year, he produced for the Japanese band Stereopony, and collaborated with them on the song "Just Rock With Me", for which the collective was dubbed "Evanpony" in public releases of the song.

He left the band in September 2004, when he was signed as a staff writer with EMI Music Publishing, after which he got his own recording contract with Sire/Warner Bros. Taubenfeld had continued collaborating with Lavigne since.

He co-wrote four songs with Lavigne on her 2007 album The Best Damn Thing, including the hit single "Hot".

She became famous in 2002, showing a sort of tomboyish side for the beginning of her career.

Avril Lavigne is also a fashion designer (founder of Abbey Dawn) and a philanthrophist (Black Star and Forbidden Rose).

For Lavigne's sophomore album Under My Skin, Taubenfeld contributed to the music and was credited for the music on "Don't Tell Me", "Take Me Away", and "Freak Out", the latter of which he shared the credits with drummer Matt Brann.