Etiqueta: Lzzy Hale

Evanescence plays cover of Lana Del Rey, Sia and others

Lindsey Stirling y Amy Lee

This Friday, Evanescence was back on stage for yet another stage of the tour of the new album “Synthesis”, which will take place only in North America. The band continued to be accompanied by an orchestra as in previous concerts, but this time the tour is in conjunction with the violinist Lindsey Stirling, a soloist of the song “Hi-Lo”, which had a recently released clip.

Already at the first concerts held on July 6 and 7, the band played covers of the songs “Young and Beautiful” by singer Lana Del Rey, “Alive” by Sia, “Shatter Me” by Lindsey herself in partnership with the singer Halestorm‘s Lzzy Hale, The Beatles “Across the Universe” and Ozzy Osbourne‘s “No More Tears”. Check out excerpts from the fans who attended the concerts:

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Amy Lee on Being a Woman in Music: ‘I Have Fought So Many Fights’

Evanescence

The Evanescence leader discusses her band’s ‘Synthesis album, and the inspiration behind single “Imperfection.”

Thirty years ago, when metal and hard rock ruled the airwaves, the genre had few female artists in the spotlight. During the ’90s, female-fronted bands like Lacuna Coil, Arch EnemyWithin Temptation and Nightwish started building their careers, but no woman in the scene achieved significant mainstream crossover success.

Then in 2003, Evanescence released its major-label debut, Fallen. Breakout track “Bring Me to Life” introduced the Arkansas quintet’s sound: singer-pianist Amy Lee’s siren vocals paired with crunchy guitars and gothic-flavored atmospheres. To date, the album has sold 8 million copies in the United States alone, according to Nielsen Music.

Lee’s success expanded the opportunities for other rock acts featuring women, and since then, groups like ParamoreThe Pretty Reckless and Halestorm have made their mark. Pretty Reckless frontwoman Taylor Momsen, who cites Evanescence as being her first concert when she was about 10 years old, considers Lee an innovator. Continue reading