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Amy Lee: The 10 Albums That Changed My Life

The Evanescence singer reveals the albums that made her who she is today

Taking cues from the worlds of classical and metal, Evanescence have always been a unique property amongst the early-noughties explosion of bands. But what records are responsible for changing the life and music of frontwoman Amy Lee? Let’s find out.

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The first album I ever bought was…

The California Raisins – The California Raisins Sing The Hit Songs (1987)
The California Raisins! Ha ha! It’s claymation raisins doing cover songs of The Four Tops etc. It was a big thing in the ‘80s and I was five years old. I must be the first person to ever be talking about The California Raisins in Metal Hammer.”

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Amy Lee reacts to people eating fingers to Evanescence song

And she also joined the challenge!

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Not even Amy Lee couldn’t resist the latest TikTok challenge, especially since Evanescence is part of it.

After seeing kids “eat” their fingers to “Bring Me To Life,” the singer decided to try it for herself. Watch the video of her doing the challenge below!

The latest challenge that’s taking over TikTok sounds risky but it’s actually way safer than some other things the internet tried in the past few years—yes, we are talking about eating tide pods and the Bird Box challenge.

That’s because in the #eatingfingers challenge, people are only pretending to eat their fingers. As Time notes, TikTok users are using the app’s mirror effect to create an optical illusion. The result makes it seem like they’re chewing their fingers.

Oh, and there’s more. The soundtrack is Evanescence’s “Bring Me To Life,” but not the original song. Rather, it’s the Kidz Bop rendition of the classic track. Yes, it’s just as good as it sounds.

Vox reporter Rebecca Jennings found the videos and shared some hilarious ones on Twitter, but it also caught the attention of someone else: Evanescence frontwoman Amy Lee.

Lee clearly loved the challenge, so much that she decided to try in for herself. The singer did the challenge on the app and shared the video on Twitter, as well.

“I’m not normally one to follow trends but this one just feels right,” she writes.

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Amy Lee talks about next US dates in 2019 and new music with Evanescence

Evanescence playing in MMRBQ 2019

Amy Lee talked in a radio show via phone call in the WMMR 93.3 radio about next US festival dates in 2019 and new music with Evanescence:

Evanescence is part of the stacked lineup for next year’s MMRBQ! Amy Lee is ready to transition from the band’s orchestral performances back to a hard rock set. Is new music on the horizon for Evanescence? Will their next release be a traditional album, or a series of singles, or something entirely new? Hear it all in her conversation with Sara on MMR.

Join us on Saturday, May 18th for MMRBQ 2019 – Get your tickets HERE!

For more info follow this tag in our website click here and for more the dates click here!.

Source: WMMR 93.3

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Dream Too Much available on Spotify and Apple Music!

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Finally, after 2 years of its premiere Amy Lee‘s children’s album is available on digital music platforms.

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So happy to announce that DREAM TOO MUCH, The super fun kids album I made with my dad, uncle, sisters and brother (and even Jack!) is now available on Spotify and Apple Music. Check it out!!

Spotify http://hyperurl.co/qe91gq
Apple Music http://hyperurl.co/w857yd

You can buy the album on Amazon here http://www.amazon.com/dreamtoomuch

Source: Amy Lee Official

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See Evanescence’s Amy Lee Make Emotional Cameo in New Veridia Video

Amy Lee and Veridia‘s Deena Jakoub channel personal loss and grief into moving duet

Nashville-based pop/rock/electronic band Veridia have released a candid new performance clip for “I’ll Never Be Ready” off their latest album The Beast You Feed. The track features Amy Lee on piano and backing vocals, and its accompanying video captures the Evanescence frontwoman playing the song with Veridia for the first time at the band’s album release party at Nashville’s Analog.

Veridia frontwoman Deena Jakoub wrote “I’ll Never Be Ready” as her dad was dying from renal disease, and when she reached out to Lee to guest on the song, it resonated strongly with the Evanescence bandleader, who had recently lost her brother. Both singers talk about their experiences with loss and how the song and the collaboration helped them to heal in the video.

“It felt like we were divinely brought together to walk through and perform through those deep emotions,” Jakoub told Alternative Press. “She played the song of my soul that I could not find the words to sing.”

“There are things in this world that are cruel and unfair, and there are also things in this world that are impossibly beautiful,” Lee added. “Reaching out and finding someone else in the darkness lights up the one thing that lives forever. Love. And to quote the words that hold my heart, ‘I’ll never forget how much I was loved.'”

Source: Revolver

Ready Amy Lee‘s reaction on Twitter:

“This song found me when I needed it so bad. So proud and so grateful for this night, this connection, this expression of deepest love. Thank you Deena Jakoub and Veridia

Listen the song here:

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Evanescence News: “Sally Song’s: Nightmare Revisited” (CC)

In this episode we celebrate the tenth anniversary of “Sally Song’s” under the voice of Amy Lee. Her first steps into the soundtracks and details about the reissue of the album “Nightmare Revisited”. Don’t miss our new video, see you in “Evanescence News”.

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