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1. Amy Lee (Amy Lynn Lee Hartzler, born December 13, 1981 in Riverside, CA) is an American singer-songwriter, harpist and classically trained pianist. She is co-founder and lead vocalist of the award winning band Evanescence.

She cites influences ranging from classical musicians such as Mozart to modern artists Björk, Tori Amos, Danny Elfman and Plumb. Along with her contributions to Evanescence, Lee has also participated on numerous other musical projects including Walt Disney Records Nightmare Revisited and Muppets: The Green Album. Lee has performed collaborations with artists such as Korn, Seether, and David Hodges.

Lee is also the American chairperson for the international epilepsy awareness foundation, Out of the Shadows.

Revolver Magazine named Lee the #1 Hottest Chick in Hard Rock for their 2011 annual issue and she appeared on the front cover. In February 2012, VH1 placed Amy Lee at #49 in the Top 100 Greatest Women in Music. In April 2012, Lee won the Best Vocalist honor at the Revolver Golden Gods Awards. In 2013, Amy Lee was named the 2012 Rock Goddess of the Year in the Loudwire Music Awards and the Hottest Woman in Music 2013 in the NME Awards.

2. Amy Lee is an American saxophonist, composer and arranger. She has played with a variety of musicians and singers, and is best known for being a member of Jimmy Buffett’s Coral Reefer Band.


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  • Alexface21

    @cyyyliraa Great, another person who thinks electronic music doesn't involve talent.

    19 Oct 3:11am Reply
  • VoodooMadMike

    I love Lockdown, Drifter, Can't See What's Coming and Voice In My Head. That combination one after another is truly magical! But the rest is... meh Push the button is allright but very different and Madonna like xD

    17 Oct 3:21pm Reply
  • lacrymosarust

    ''Aftermath'' is a pure masterpiece. ♥

    6 Oct 9:29am Reply
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    30 Sep 11:27am Reply
  • Seitan_mb

    Not than last Evanescence LP... Is better than ALL Evanescence LPs

    24 Sep 10:32am Reply
  • deepasleep

    aftermath is so much better than last evanescence LP

    22 Sep 8:55pm Reply
  • manynotes2

    If you like female fronted bands with catchy tracks check LOVELORN DOLLS New album in October!!

    22 Sep 11:41am Reply
  • laura_dev_cata

    When are people going to realise Aftermath is not an album specific for Amy. Aftermath is a soundtrack written to go within the film War Story, so of course it is going to be different from Evanescence.

    16 Sep 9:11pm Reply
  • rionka

    lol, industrial is laibach and rammstein. but i get your point, there are tiny ebm & 80's resemblances.

    16 Sep 10:49am Reply
  • guilhermecu

    I actually don't see anything electronic on the album, I believe the correct term is EBM or industrial..

    16 Sep 3:26am Reply
  • Joaomob

    Push the Button <3

    15 Sep 8:45pm Reply
  • almyqueens

    Aftermath ficou foda, parem de mimimi

    14 Sep 1:25am Reply
  • Lalessa

    O aftermath ta simplismente sem palavras. É sublime, magestoso, toca a alma de quem se permite sentir a beleza que a amy quis transmitir. Eu como fã de evanescence to orgulhosa e sim, mudanças sao bem vindas. Esse album me surpreendeu e pra melhor. Amy maravilhosa,boring o cacete gente, ta uma arte e foda se quem não gostou

    13 Sep 5:21pm Reply
  • cyyyliraa

    I love Amy Lee and I always will. She's a big part of my life. But I think the songs in Aftermath are beneath her talent. Why all this electronic stuff? I love soundtracks, but I do think it is a bit boring. I'm gonna give it a few more tries, but I hope Amy decides to make music that actually shows her talent and I'm not talking about Evanescence (even though I hope they release something new someday). I'm a little disappointed.

    10 Sep 2:23pm Reply
  • grammakov

    Mistress. Too short the album. She obviously overgrown Evanescence and all that high-school kind of music. Kind of reminds me of Rob Dougan in a way. Just like him, she'll give us breadcrumbs of her talent, disappearing from the radars, eventually, leaving us, mortals, with few masterpieces on replay for ages.

    4 Sep 12:13pm Reply
  • DorianVonEden

    The problem with this album is it's short. The good stuff is really good, but five out of ten songs are quite unremarkable because they don't have the time to grow, climax and resolve (and they nod too much to Hans Zimmer anyways). The longer instrumental tracks, like Between Worlds and Voices In My Head are good because they have the goddamn time to actually *tell* something, but the others… meh. Even Drifter and Can't Stop What's Coming would be an okay song, if they were merged, but as two pieces they are like, mmh, whatever. On the other hand, Dark Water, Push The Button and Lockdown are really good songs. They just make me look forward to Amy's next solo effort.

    3 Sep 9:33am Reply
  • vikingmuffin

    A soundtrack is a soundtrack. It's not supposed to be the forefront of a movie. It's an accompaniment to tell a story. Most people will find it "boring" because soundtrack music is largely background music. It shines when there is no dialogue and when you are presented with ideas and emotions. I like the soundtrack. Very atmospheric.

    2 Sep 1:23pm Reply
  • Tarjever

    This new stuff from her is boring. Even as a soundtrack. [3]

    2 Sep 8:52am Reply
  • rionka

    ann5852: nice!!

    1 Sep 11:00am Reply
  • guilhermecu

    This new stuff from her is boring. Even as a soundtrack. [2]

    31 Aug 9:22pm Reply
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