Evanescence’s Amy Lee On Women In Rock & Artistic Freedom


When Evanescence released their mega-selling debut album Fallen in 2003, it thrust vocalist/pianist Amy Lee under the brightest of spotlights. One of the criminally few female voices given mainstream attention amidst the nu-metal explosion, Lee became a symbol of hope and inspiration for many aspiring rockers. Selling over 17 million units, Fallen was home to modern radio rock staples ‘Bring Me To Life’, ‘Going Under’ and ‘My Immortal’ three songs that remain almost inescapable today. In the years following Lee and a revolving door of Evanesence bandmates produced two more commercially successful studio albums, before exiting for a seemingly indefinite hiatus. After returning to live stages in 2015, Evanescence brought the…



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