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Inside Synthesis: Episode 3 – Harp

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EVANESCENCE – Inside Synthesis: Episode 3 – Harp – Source: YouTube evanescencevideo

In the third episode of “Inside Synthesis”, Amy finds out her first Harp teacher, Kirsten Copley, is performing on the new Evanescence album.

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Inside Synthesis: Episode 2 – Imperfection

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In the second episode of “Inside Synthesis”, explore the making of Evanescence’s new single, “Imperfection”!

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Inside Synthesis: Episode 1 – Introduction

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EVANESCENCE – Inside Synthesis: Episode 1 – Introduction – Source: YouTube evanescencevideo

In the first episode of “Inside Synthesis”, hear a bit more about the evolution of the new album!

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Amy Lee rinde honor a Whitney Houston en concierto en Argentina

I Wanna Dance With Somebody

Durante el concierto de Evanescence en Argentina el pasado 2 de Mayo en Tecnopolis, Buenos Aires, Amy Lee se dio el gusto de hacer un cover de “I Wanna Dance With Somebody” de Whitney Houston justo el día en el que la canción fue lanzada hace 30 años atrás.

Aquí te presentamos el cover en vivo y la explicación que la mismísima Amy Lee indica:

Somebody told me that “I Wanna Dance With Somebody” came out 30 years ago today, and I had to throw it into the set. #whitneyhouston inspired me tremendously when I was a young girl, and her tragedy is something that deeply affected me. I loved her. I think about the lyrics to this song and how alone she might have actually felt deep down, and it breaks my heart. We felt so much love in this room in Buenos Aires tonight, my favorite show on the tour so far. It is truly amazing what music can do. We are one. ❤️ (sorry for the washy stage audio. I promise I’ll record it someday) -love, Amy (Ps thank you @jen_majura AND @ttmccord for recording it, the fact that you both were makes me tear up a little!)???

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Alguien me dijo que “I Wanna Dance With Somebody” salió hace 30 años hoy, y tuve que ponerla en el set. #whitneyhouston me inspiró tremendamente cuando era una niña, y su tragedia es algo que me afectó profundamente. La amo. Pienso en las letras de esta canción y lo sola que podría haberse sentido en el fondo, y me rompe el corazón. Sentimos mucho amor en esta presentación en Buenos Aires esta noche, mi concierto favorito en la gira hasta ahora. Es realmente increíble lo que la música puede hacer. Somos uno. ❤️ (lo siento por el audio del escenario, prometo que lo grabaré algún día) -amor, Amy (Ps gracias @jen_majura Y @ttmccord por grabarlo, el hecho de que ambos lo hicieran me hace llorar un poco!) ???

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How Evanescence’s Best New Artist Win Championed The Outcasts

Lead singer Amy Lee on winning the music equivalent of an Olympic gold medal and her Zoolander moment with 50 Cent

(The Recording Academy asked recipients of the Best New Artist GRAMMY to share firsthand accounts of winning one of music’s biggest awards. In this installment, Evanescence frontwoman Amy Lee details the band’s win for 2003. The other artists nominated for Best New Artist at the46th GRAMMY Awards were 50 Cent, Fountains Of Wayne, Heather Headley, and Sean Paul.) (As told to Lisa Zhito)

I was definitely hoping [Evanescence] would have a nomination for something, but was shocked when I found out that we were nominated for five [GRAMMYs]. I couldn’t believe it. It was so fun to call my parents and tell them that news, we were all screaming!

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My music is very much from, for and about the outcasts, the girl in the corner. We’re not the cool kids. So to feel so appreciated on such a huge, respected and historical platform was basically a way better version of Carrie winning prom queen. Without the pig’s blood.

We all thought that 50 Cent was going to win Best New Artist. I think everybody did. When 50 Cent started walking toward the stage in the middle of my acceptance speech, it seemed exactly like that moment in Zoolander where Hansel wins the modeling award but Derek is so sure that he’s going to win he doesn’t notice they called the other guy’s name.

50 walked up, stopped well before reaching us at the podium, walked across the stage in front of us, and went back into the audience. It was so weird! Maybe he was planning to say something and then chickened out, or he did it to win a bet or something. It looked a little like he was trying not to smile. All in all, it just made a crazy moment even crazier.

A GRAMMY is like an Olympic gold medal for musicians. It gives you credibility, respect — dubs you a master of your craft. I think being lifted up by the GRAMMYs has shined a brighter light on us so more people have taken notice of my music, my band. I feel very honored to have been recognized and appreciated that way by other artists, producers [and] professionals in the music industry.

(Amy Lee is a two-time GRAMMY winner as the lead singer of Evanescence. In September Lee released her debut children’s music album, Dream Too Much.)

Source: Grammy’s

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Amy Lee reveals stories behind the songs

Amy Lee of the band Evanescence

Amy Lee of Evanescence

The band’s founder recalls writing songs in teenage diary entries and tour stop bathrooms.

With a new Evanescence vinyl box set, The Ultimate Collection, out Dec. 9, the frontwoman, 34, reveals the inspirations behind her band’s deep cuts and big hits.

“Bring Me To Life,” 2003

I was in a really dark place when I wrote that. I had just quit school when we got a record deal, but we hadn’t put out any music yet. Josh, my husband now, was visiting us. He was a friend I didn’t really know very well. We went into a restaurant, he sat down across from me and goes, “Are you happy?” My heart sank into my stomach, and I was just so not ready to talk about it. I played it down, but I instantly was like, “How does this person see into my eyes? How does he know what I’m feeling?” I obsessed over that moment on my own and ended up writing that first verse and chorus of “Bring Me to Life” and how he opened doors. Very dramatic.

“Call Me When You’re Sober,” 2006

[Former Evanescence guitarist] Terry [Balsamo] and I were at a campout writing session. We rented a place in Florida near the water and just stayed there for months. I was playing around with this song, and he could hear it from the other room. He was working on a heavy riff, not like what I was doing at all. I was like, “Would it be super weird if these two things mashed up?” I love this song because it has this fun spirit that was new for us as a band. You can still be heavy with a smile on your face. continue reading

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