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Co-founder and lead singer of Evanescence. Born in Riverside, California on December 13, 1981, moved to West Palm Beach, Florida; Rockford, Illinois and finally stopped in Little Rock, Arkansas. Responsible for many of Evanescence’s hard hitting lyrics. John Lee, her father, is a well-known radio DJ on "The River" in Little Rock.Amy provides the image for the band and does most of the interviews. Ben Moody discovered Amy Lee’s voice in summer camp in 1994 when she performed Meatloaf’s I Would Do Anything For Love. After that, the rest is history. She is currently one of the most popular and sought after voices in music today.
 
Co-founder and lead singer of Evanescence. Born in Riverside, California on December 13, 1981, moved to West Palm Beach, Florida; Rockford, Illinois and finally stopped in Little Rock, Arkansas. Responsible for many of Evanescence’s hard hitting lyrics. John Lee, her father, is a well-known radio DJ on "The River" in Little Rock.Amy provides the image for the band and does most of the interviews. Ben Moody discovered Amy Lee’s voice in summer camp in 1994 when she performed Meatloaf’s I Would Do Anything For Love. After that, the rest is history. She is currently one of the most popular and sought after voices in music today.
<br>Also see, [[Snow White]].
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<br>Also see, [[Snow White]].<BR><BR>
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Past romantic relationships include [[Ben Moody]], [[Shaun Morgan]]. Currently, she is in a relationship with an long time friend, Josh, who is a Twenty Eight years old therapist. According to Amy, she wrote [[Bring Me To Life]] about him and he also inspired the song [[Good Enough]], the last song on [[The Open Door]].
  
 
==Out of the Shadows==
 
==Out of the Shadows==

Revision as of 01:54, 1 October 2006

Amy Lee

Co-founder and lead singer of Evanescence. Born in Riverside, California on December 13, 1981, moved to West Palm Beach, Florida; Rockford, Illinois and finally stopped in Little Rock, Arkansas. Responsible for many of Evanescence’s hard hitting lyrics. John Lee, her father, is a well-known radio DJ on "The River" in Little Rock.Amy provides the image for the band and does most of the interviews. Ben Moody discovered Amy Lee’s voice in summer camp in 1994 when she performed Meatloaf’s I Would Do Anything For Love. After that, the rest is history. She is currently one of the most popular and sought after voices in music today.
Also see, Snow White.

Past romantic relationships include Ben Moody, Shaun Morgan. Currently, she is in a relationship with an long time friend, Josh, who is a Twenty Eight years old therapist. According to Amy, she wrote Bring Me To Life about him and he also inspired the song Good Enough, the last song on The Open Door.

Out of the Shadows

In 2005, Amy became a spokesperson for the Epilepsy Foundation and launched a campaign called 'Out of the Shadows'. The goal is to help spread awareness about epilepsy and to encourage people to not discriminate against people with epilepsy. This campaign is important to Amy, as well as her family, because her younger brother has epilepsy and she has seen first hand the effect it has.

Amy Lee

Other Projects

In 2000, Amy sang guest vocals on David Hodges' songs 'Breathe' (The Summit Church: Summit Worship CD) and unreleased song of his called 'Fall Into You'.

She did back up vocals on Big Dismal's song 'Missing You' off of their 2003 debut release CD, Believe.

Did some vocals on the Underworld soundtrack in 2003 but after some issues with her record label her voice was never used. Her name still appears in the credits though.

Amy is featured on Seether's song 'Broken. The song was released as a single in 2004 and can be found on The Punisher soundtrack and on Seether's Disclaimer II album.

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