Amy Lee

Amy Lee

Amy Lynn Hartzler (née Lee; conceived December 13, 1981), referred to professionally as Amy Lee, is an American vocalist, lyricist, record maker and multi-instrumentalist. She is the prime supporter and lead vocalist of the musical crew Evanescence. Alongside her commitments with the band, Lee has likewise taken an interest on various other melodic tasks including Walt Disney Records' Nightmare Revisited and Muppets: The Green Album. Lee has performed joint efforts with craftsmen, for example, Korn, Seether, and David Hodges. Lee is additionally the American director for the global epilepsy mindfulness establishment Out of the Shadows.During Evanescence's rest, Lee set out on her movie score vocation in 2013 by forming the soundtrack to War Story (2014) and Indigo Gray: The Passage (2015) with cellist Dave Eggar, and the tune "Address Me" for the movie Voice from the Stone. She has a mezzo-soprano vocal range.

Lee refers to impacts running from authors, for example, Mozart and Danny Elfman, to craftsmen like Björk, Tori Amos, Plumb and Shirley Manson. She got the Songwriter Icon Award in 2008 from the National Music Publishers Association. In 2012, she won Best Vocalist at the Revolver Golden Gods Awards and is additionally named Rock Goddess of the Year at the Loudwire Music Awards. She won a honor for Best Film Score for Indigo Gray: The Passage at the Moondance International Film Festival in 2015.

Amy Lee was conceived in Riverside, California, to guardians John Lee, a plate move and TV character, and Sara Cargill. She has two sisters, Carrie and Lori. Lee had a more youthful sister who kicked the bucket in 1987 at three years old from a unidentified ailment, and a sibling named Robby who passed on in 2018 from obscure causes. The melody "Hi" from Fallen has been accounted for to have been composed for her late sister, and the tune "Like You" from The Open Door. Lee took traditional piano lessons for a long time.

Her family moved to numerous spots, including West Palm Beach, Florida, and Rockford, Illinois, and in the end settled in Little Rock, Arkansas, where Evanescence was shaped. Lee moved on from Pulaski Academy, a tuition based school in Little Rock, in 2000. She quickly went to Middle Tennessee State University in 2000 to think about music hypothesis and organization yet dropped out to center around Evanescence.

In a meeting on AOL Music, Lee said that the main melodies she composed were called "Time everlasting of the Remorse" and "A Single Tear". The first was composed when she was eleven years of age and needed to wind up a traditional writer, and the second was for a task when she was in the eighth grade.


































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