A new video log of Jen Majura is up now in her YouTube channel where we can see the band going on tour is US. Watch here and enjoy it.
In the past first solo show from the band of this tour that took place in Hard Rock Live @ Hollywood, FL, 05/05 they performed a new medley that contained Fallen & The Open Door songs. Watch the performance here!.
The medley include these songs:
02:04 My Last Breath
03:35 Cloud Nine
04:53 Everybody’s Fool
05:53 Weight of The World
06:15 Snow White Queen
Photo by 104.3 The Shark Photojournalist Ron Elkman.
Evanescence will be breaking out their passports this fall, announcing new international tour dates for September. The band are heading on a string of 14 European dates after wrapping up their shows on U.S. soil this spring and summer.
Amy Lee shared news of the tour via Twitter early this morning, expressing her excitement for the overseas trip.“Europe! You’ve been asking, so we answered. 14 new dates this Sept across 11 countries. Pre-sale begins tomorrow at 10am local. Use the password EUROPE19. On-sale begins Friday, May 3 at 10am local. All dates at http://www.evanescence.com
Europe! You’ve been asking, so we answered. 14 new dates this Sept across 11 countries.
Pre-sale begins tomorrow at 10am local. Use the password EUROPE19.
On-sale begins Friday, May 3 at 10am local. All dates at https://t.co/FUcOknd1wl – tell us what show you’ll be attending! pic.twitter.com/iizu5xjPao
— Evanescence (@evanescence) 29 de abril de 2019
Source: Amy Lee Fans
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During the second part of the Synthesis tour, a surprise meeting was held in Jacksonville on August 19, one day before the show. The band met with the ex-guitarist and composer of Evanescence, Terry Balsamo, in the place where he currently lives.
The images began to appear, on Instagram, and the publications of the members didn’t wait to express their affection for Terry. Even, the current guitarist, Jen Majura met him and joked about the moment.
Amy Lee on Instagram
Alright, alright, I’m not gonna be the only one not to post my @terrybalsamo666 selfie. Love you forever, Sweet T!
“When I’ve gone into all these different projects, I’ve always tried to be the chameleon. I feel like… I’ve actually conformed to the music,” Evanescence‘s longest standing drummer Will Hunt admits, struggling for the right phrase. “Whereas in Evanescence, I’m encouraged to be myself, and be okay with that.”
He’s talking from the perspective of having played with bands from Black Label Society, to Device and Crossfade. But by the time he joined the group – fronted by iconic vocalist Amy Lee and formed back in 1995 – for third album Evanescence, he was ready to dive into the inherent challenges: complex rhythms, classically-based composition, and Lee’s penchant for originality.
The band’s latest release Synthesis from November, a masterpiece re-configuration of past classics with orchestral and electronic composition, is no different.
Ahead of the quintet’s nearly sold-out Australian tour in four days, Hunt sat down to chat about being thrown into the deep end with these orchestral shows, relating to rhythm guitarist Jen Majura‘s initial struggles after joining in 2015, and embracing his imperfections.
Amy’s described getting to play the Opera House as a dream come true for her. Do you feel the same way?
“It doesn’t matter if you’re from Australia, if you’ve ever been there or it’s something you’ve seen in person. I think as a musician and performer… Even in America, I grew up seeing pictures of that place and knew what it was from a very young age. I remember being in Australia back in 2012, and we were staying across the street from there [the Opera House]… I saw it and was just like, ‘Wow, man! What an incredible-looking building’.