Congratulations are in order for Amy Lee of Evanescence -- not only is she expecting a baby, but after suing her longtime record label over mismanagement and royalties, she is now an independent artist.
Evanescence are set to rock the Nobel Peace Prize ceremony. The Amy Lee-fronted band will perform in Oslo, Norway on Dec. 11 as part of the Nobel Peace Prize concert, with additional American tour dates to follow in January.
What goes up usually comes down, but the reverse was true when Evanescence frontwoman Amy Lee took a spill on stage while performing the band's new single 'What You Want.' Lee was rocking out while singing the song, which appears on the band's self-titled third album, when she ended up on her patootie.
Girl power! Evanescence frontwoman Amy Lee has labeled her band's self-titled third album as "aggressive and strong and confident and empowering." In a recent chat with Loudwire, the dark-haired, gothy goddess with the almost operatic voice used those four adjectives to describe the album, bolstered by the single 'What You Want.' Lee clearly goes after what she wants, and she hopes that
Evanescence have cruised into familiar territory on the Billboard Top 200 this week, landing in the coveted No. 1 slot with their self-titled third album, shifting 127,000 copies its first week in stores.