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Amy's lunchbox has been sold for $4,185,00!!! It was the highest bid of all the boxes available.
Congratulations Amy !

Thanks to EvanescenceVille.
Posted on 30 Dec 2008 by Garance
Hey everybody! Happy holidays.
I'm glad you like my lunchbox, I spent about a week of my life obsessing over it. Its funny, everytime I finish one of these things I'm like, 'Rats I really want to keep this now!' Anyone ever see that pair of Ugs I did a few years ago? I collected about a million little care bears, beanies, legos and whatever else, then sewed and glued them all over the surface of those things. They were like giant transformer feet. I loved those! Anyway, not the point. The lunchbox auction is a great cause and the proceeds go to feeding hungry people in New York and South Africa. And hey, if this art stuff is too rich for your blood, maybe go help out at the soup kitchen for an hour or two this year. Or bake a pie for your doorman. Everybody likes pie, and those who don't like pie still like knowing there's someone out there who cares about them enough to make them a pie.
About the music... you all should know that I am writing, and expanding my mind. I always want to feel like there is no roof on what I allow myself to do creatively, so I'm exploring a lot of different things right now. Try to be patient, and I promise you will end up with something worth the wait. As far as the "film and tv" thing and what thats supposed to mean, you probably know that scoring and writing for film has always been a dream of mine, and I'm seriously trying to pursue that. I miss performing and seeing you guys and I hope you have a great holiday season!
Oh and by the way, if you haven't seen Steven Colbert's Christmas special yet, your'e in for a really tasty treat. It's freaking hilarious and my family and I think its the best Christmas special since Pee Wee's.


Thanks to EvanescenceVille
Posted on 15 Dec 2008 by Garance
Amy Lee has created a custom designed lunch box for the 3rd Annual Lunch Box Auction to benefit The Food Bank For New York City and The Lunchbox Fund of South Africa.

Thanks to Evanescence.com

Posted on 14 Dec 2008 by Garance
Posted on 13 Dec 2008 by Garance
Evanescence's Amy Lee loves her some Halloween, which, if you ask us, is pretty convenient given she has a voice that could wake the dead. To that end, Lee, who just lent her pipes to a version of 'Sally's Song' on the 'Nightmare Revisted' soundtrack, and who is currently in the throes of writing new songs of her own, sat down with Spinner to reveal her Top Five favorite horror films just in time for the holiday.

1. 'Nightmare Before Christmas': I have to watch this movie at Halloween, and the fact that I get to be a part of it [on the 'Nightmare Revisited' soundtrack], as an uber-fan, is great. I watch this movie with my family every year. When this movie came out it, inspired me creatively. I was a big art nerd.

2. 'Halloween': You have to watch this movie, and the original is the one to watch. I've been watching this movie for so long and I have so many memories of being scared. Also, with the older movies, you feel like you're in a different time. I liked the new one a lot, too. My husband is a giant Mike Myers fan and even he liked it.

3. 'Carrie': This is such a great one. I just love seeing the downtrodden get revenge like that. And [Sissy Spacek's] a great actress in this movie.

4. 'Psycho': And then the Hitchcock movies. 'Psycho' is especially scary. It still creeps me out and it's very old. I didn't see the new one.

5. 'The Birds': This is one of the first scary movies I was allowed to watch. It was really scary when I was young and it's still scary now, in its non-gore way. It's very subtle.

Source: Spinner.com
Thanks to Evanescence.com & to EvanescenceVille
Posted on 03 Nov 2008 by Garance
With the instant success of the band’s debut album, Fallen, Evanescence has become one of this generations biggest rock sensations. The band later went on to release the multi-platinum The Open Door. After extensive touring on the album, front woman Amy Lee arranged and recorded the Danny Elfman song “Sally’s Song” for the “Nightmare Revisited” soundtrack. The Gauntlet recently caught up with Amy Lee to discuss the album, music, and her thoughts.

The Gauntlet: What’s new with you?

Amy Lee: Everything is good. I have been in New York for four days now since all the ‘Nightmare’ stuff in LA.

The Gauntlet: When you say ‘nightmare’ are you referring to the week in LA was a nightmare or you were here just promoting the Nightmare Revisited album?

Amy: [laughs] No, it was for the soundtrack.

The Gauntlet: So it all went well?

Amy: It was awesome. I think last week might have been the best week of my life if not one of the best of my life. There was a lot of stuff surrounding it. Leno went well but there were a lot of other things. I got to meet Danny Elfman and he is my hero. He was super gracious and awesome to me and invited me over to his house which was incredible. I also did the performance at the El Capitan which was a night in honor of Danny [Elfman]. As part of that, I got to play the song he had written many years ago. It was so awesome to see those worlds collide a little bit because of the movie and Danny Elfman having such an impact on my life. To do that homage and to not do it horribly was really, really great. Oh, and I went to Disneyland.

The Gauntlet: Was that your first time at Disneyland?

Amy: Yeah. I grew up in South Florida and went to Disney World as a kid but haven’t been back in ages. I did Leno and the El Capitan and we had a day open in there. I had my husband and close friends with me; Will Hunt [not that Will Hunt from Evanescence] who produced “Sally’s Song” and his wife. We had some time to kill and said “Let’s go to Disneyland!”

The Gauntlet: I feel so jaded being from Southern California. On an average year, I go to Disneyland 15 times but there have been some years we’ve been over 50.

Amy: Where have I been!

The Gauntlet: I have two kids so it’s not just for me.

Amy: That is so cool. That is more times than I go to the park down the street. I love Space Mountain. We had such a good time…actually we went twice. We were leaving, on our way to the airport in the car thinking about how it was the best week ever. I was thinking my only regret was not doing all the rides at Disneyland as we rode Space Mountain 3 times. I said ‘What if we just go back to Disneyland right now?’ We didn’t really have anything going on the next day. Everyone was thinking about it saying it was crazy and we’d have to change flights. I called my manager and asked if it was possible to change the flights. He just laughed but made it happen. It was the coolest thing that has ever worked out perfectly. We were so lucky. We got to see the fireworks this time. It was so incredible. We spent the entire day on the rides. We had a blast. We went on Space Mountain three more times and rode all the kiddy rides.

The Gauntlet: Did you go on Mr. Toad’s Wild Ride?

Amy: You know what, we didn’t. We did everything else.

The Gauntlet: I can talk about Disneyland all day, but back to the music. Was Sally’s Song selected for you?

Amy: I selected it actually. For a while I didn’t think I’d be a part of “Nightmare Revisited.” I talked to the music supervisor and he mentioned the album. I totally freaked out and he suggested I do a song. I just totally fan’d out. I told him that the movie was huge to me and he’d never find a bigger fan. He asked what song I’d want to do and I said “Sally’s Song.” There might have been one more that I might have done, but I really wanted “Sally’s Song.” They came back and said they had these three songs available but I didn’t think they would really work for a female in general without really tripping them out. I decided not to do it as I just wanted to really do it great or not do it at all. I guess whoever was going to originally do Sally’s Song backed out or couldn’t do it and they called me. The coolest thing was there was no input or direction from anyone at Disney or the label. It was a very creative experience. I got to go home and think about it; all the things I loved about the songs and embrace and anything I could add ‘me’ to, the Amy flavor. I knew I wanted to play the harp on it so that was a cool thing for the first time. I texted Will Hunt, the producer and drummer, and we took a few days to do it. It was completely free and I think it is one of the best things I have done as it is untouched. Nobody thought about a mix and wanted some crazy mix or to make it pop or vocal it up.

The Gauntlet: Is it weird being a huge fan of Danny Elfman, who is a brilliant composer, and then having free reign to change his material around however you see fit?

Amy: I was a little conflicted and it was hard. This song was really short in the movie. I had to do something like add the chorus one more time or maybe put a bridge in there. It was something I was thinking about though. I was asking myself ‘was it wrong for me to write a part to the song?’ In the movie and the context of everything, it was a short thought of her thinking. Once I started working on it and that part came out, I loved the part a lot. I felt like I wanted this from the beginning. It was like a climax of the movie, watching her sing her part. In the movie, she is so restrained and she never sings the words all the way out. She is just meek. But for me when I would sing the song in my car on the way to high school, the teen angst came out and I just wanted to belt out my favorite part. I got to do that a little bit in the song. Where the bridge happens, that is the emotional peak. At the same time, the song is perfect how Danny Elfman wrote it. It has been with me for almost 14 years in my head. It doesn’t feel like it, but I think I was like 12 years old.

The Gauntlet: Did Danny Elfman comment on your version of the song?

Amy: Yeah. I have only heard positive feedback which is cool. I didn’t even realize when I did the song there would be a live performance. I heard later through the grapevine, who knows how reliable that is, that he liked it a lot. They said that he asked for me to be the act to perform at the El Capitan event also and that was flattering. It was really cool after I played the song. He gave me a ‘you nailed it.’ I was really nervous playing the harp parts as it was only my second time playing the harp in front of people and my hands were shaking so bad I thought I wouldn’t hit the notes. The Tonight Show was the very first time playing the hard in front of an audience and I knew that was throwing a lot of extra pressure on myself. I didn’t want to chicken out and not challenge myself. I have been working on the harp and love it. I have even been writing on it a little bit. I had the out to make it all piano, even though there is a little bit of harp on the song. I kept thinking about it more and more and didn’t want to be stuck mastering the same talents I have had. I always want to improve and play harder thing. I want to play harder parts on the piano and challenge myself. I want to learn new instruments. I am proud of myself that I went the harder route. It was a really cool thing visually and it sounds beautiful. I definitely plan on playing the harp more.

The Gauntlet: Would that be a solo project or with Evanescence?

Amy: I don’t know what is happening. I am at a point where I don’t know what is next: a solo project or a film. I am really interested in film scoring. I always have been. I have just known that I needed to ride the Evanescence thing while that was going. I loved the Open Door and that was a big thing for me. I have always had a true love for writing music for film. I have my foot in the door enough and can meet people now. I just need to find the right project for me and one that I am passionate about. It could take a while. I am hoping for that and some people who have some faith in me and to write the music for it. Other than that, I am still writing songs. I don’t know what they are going to be for though.

The Gauntlet: Did you pick Danny Elfman’s brain a little?

Amy: A little bit. I didn’t want to come off as a giant fan. We just talked about normal stuff though. I was going to talk about whatever he wanted to talk about. I wanted to be a peer and not a kid.

The Gauntlet: Film scoring is a lot different though. Even though it is still music, the connection to the fans is gone. You score a song and there is no tour, just move to the next one.

Amy: Exactly. It is so emotional and dramatic. With our music, you can hear that. I am always picturing visuals and putting the biggest emotions next to each other. I love the big drums and big guitars next to each other, the fear and the anger and then drop it down to a vulnerable piano solo. You feel all these different things. I think I am making no sense, but I think that is what Evanescence always was. It is my life in a way but bigger and more dramatic. To score a film would be incredible for a lot of reasons but to capture the emotions of people and showing the audience how the characters feel is what makes the movie. I think the idea of being at home and writing music is wonderful. Writing a piece of music and saying ok, you are away, see you later, you are free. To not go on a crazy tour with that whole nutty life is a dream.

The Gauntlet: Is it a dream? You just described to me writing a beautiful and emotional song and then giving it away. It is now gone and no longer yours.

Amy: But it still is mine. My name is on it and I can watch it a million times. Instead of singing it over and over and over to the point where I no longer feel those feelings because they are verbatim will be refreshing. One of the main things that bothers me on tour is I can’t say what I am feeling right then. I can’t sing about what I am going through at that moment, I am singing about what I was going through three years ago. It becomes so monotonous. To be able to have that time to make something fresh and current… It has been so long since anything I have written has come out. So what people think of me or what they think I am feeling is where I was three or four years ago and that is always the case. It takes so long from writing the song to recording the song to touring. I am always singing about the past. It is fine as I am proud of my past and love the songs we have made. At the same time, it is not who am anymore or what I am feeling.

The Gauntlet: Was "Sally’s Song" being credited to Amy Lee and not Evanescence a way for you to come out and launch a solo career?

Amy: It wasn’t that. I don’t know if I am going to do that. It is a possibility in my life that it might go that way. It is kind of natural with the way everything has gone with the band. It wasn’t to make a statement though. It was all me. It is hard to say what Evanescence is per se. It is Terry and Tim now but the other guys have changed so recently. They knew it was a gig on the road and they knew they had to get another gig when it was over. Terry is having a blast playing in a band with the bass player from Limp Bizkit. In a lot of ways, it is the same as the last time. Between Fallen and The Open Door everybody went their separate ways. Then Terry and I wrote the record, pulled the band back together and made the record and toured. It isn’t like we all live in a house together and write all the time and play video games. This song came to me and it was something I was passionate about. I did the arrangement and the instruments and it wasn’t in anyway an Evanescence collaboration. I didn’t want it to be false. I didn’t want to call it Evanescence and capitalize on that because everyone knows that name.

Source: TheGauntlet.com
Thanks to EvanescenceVille
Posted on 01 Nov 2008 by Garance
Thanks to EvanescenceVille, Last Fallen Angels, Magnificent Eyes, EvFans Argentina, Amy-Fan.org & EvMortal for these pics from Alltell Arena, Little Rock, AR (14-08-2004), American Music Awards (2003), Anna Sui Spring Collection (2007), Auditorio Nacional, Mexico City, Mexico (03-11-2007), Billboard Music Awards (2004), Billboard Music Awards (2003), Dunkin' Doughnuts Center, Providence, RI (04-04-2007), Europe Music Awards (2004), Franck Ockenfells III Session (2006), Gibson Guitar Paint (2004), Grammy Awards (2004), Grammy Awards (2005), Grammy Awards Nominations (2004), Grammy Awards Nominations (2006), Grammy Awards (2008), I Love The New Millenium (2001 Memento), I Love The New Millenium (2002 Cosmo), I Love The New Millenium (2003 McGriddle), Jane Magazine Photoshoot (2006), Kool Haus, Toronto, ONT, Canada (05-10-2006), Lithium Live On Tonight The Show With Jay Leno (2006), Much Music Video Awards (2006), Nissan Live Sets On Yahoo! Music, NMPA Songwriter Icon Awards (2008), Out Of The Shadows Photoshoot (2005), Promo Shots (2003), Promo Shots (2007), Rock In Rio, Parque Bella Vista, Lisbon, Portugal (30-05-2004), Rock On The Range Festival, Columbus Crew Stadium, Columbus (19-05-2007), Session 2 (2003), Session 5 (2006), Spike TV’s Scream Awards (2007), Sydney Photoshoot (2004), The Open Door Vocal Book, Universal Amphitheatre, Los Angeles, CA (04-08-2003) & Video Music Awards (2003).

Posted on 21 Oct 2008 by Garance
Posted on 19 Oct 2008 by Garance
Posted on 05 Oct 2008 by Garance
Thanks to EvFans.com.ar for these exclusive pics from The Open Door Promo Shots.

Posted on 05 Oct 2008 by Garance
Thanks to EvanescenceVille pour ces photos des Session 4 (2003), Session 6 (2006) & Session 9 (2006).
Also added the following pics to the gallery: Anarkia, Download Festival, Donnington Park, England (10-06-2007), Estadio Nacional, Santiago, Chile (12-04-2007), Event Center Arena, San José, CA (14-11-2007), HiFi Buys Amphitheatre, Atlanta, GA (FVT 11-08-2007), I Wireless Center, Moline, IL (29-11-2007), Norwegian Wood Festival, Oslo, Norway (15-06-2007), Palmieira, São Paulo, Brasil (21-04-2007), PNC Bank Arts Center, Holmdel, NJ (FVT), Post Gazette Pavilion @ Star Lake, Burgettstown, PN (FVT 04-08-2007), Rabobank Arena, Bakersfield, CA (FVT 29-08-2007), Rock AM Ring, Nurbürgring, Germany (01-06-2007), Rock IM Park, Nuremberg, Germany (02-06-2007), Santa Barbara Bowl, Santa Barbara, CA (11-11-2007), The Galaxy, Santa Ana (Seether Ft. Amy Lee) (11-09-2004)

Posted on 03 Oct 2008 by Garance
The Gracenote Elite 100 is a compilation of the most "all time" popular albums. Rank is determined by the total aggregate number of times an album has been identified by Gracenote's Media Database.

#6 Fallen (Evanescence)

Source: Gracenote.com
Thanks to EvanescenceVille
Posted on 02 Oct 2008 by Garance
Thanks to Amy-Fan.org for these pictures from the U.S. Package of Nightmare Revisited.

Posted on 01 Oct 2008 by Garance
You can now listen to Sally's Song on the official myspace of Nightmare Revisited by clicking here.

Thanks to Frozen-Fear.
Posted on 27 Sep 2008 by Garance
From: EvanescenceVille

We have been informed that Terry has not left Evanescence.
Terry & Sam Rivers (LB bass player) have started a side project that has turned into something special. LB is lookin for a new guitar player. We have no word on Terry also playing guitar for LB at this time.
Posted on 25 Sep 2008 by Garance
Original Release Date: September 30, 2008
Release Date: September 30, 2008
Label: Walt Disney
Copyright: (C) 2008 Disney
Song Length: 3:02 minutes
Genres: Soundtracks/General

Source: Amazon.com
Thanks to EvanescenceVille
Posted on 23 Sep 2008 by Garance
"Hey guys! I just wanted to say a few things about Sally's song.
I first saw the Nightmare Before Christmas when I was about 13 years old. I loved it so much- the art, the music, the story- that I have watched it at least 40 times since then. It has been an inspiration to me since my artistic identity was just beginning to form, and it never gets old- it still puts me in the mood to create. I was the girl in high school who was blasting TNBC soundtrack in my car instead of whatever was cool back then. In all honesty, Sally's Song has always been "my song" on that CD, and I used to play it over and over, making up harmonies to sing with it. I just want to gush out loud that I am SO lucky that I got to do this. Please believe me when I say they couldn't have gotten a bigger fan to do it. The coolest part about it was that I had complete creative control. It was just like, "go for it!" and I got to recreate the song however I wanted. So I went to my good friend Will Hunt's studio in Ft. Worth (not the evanescence drummer, weird coincidence but its a totally different guy), who is a very creative producer and drummer, and we just had fun with it. I decided to whip out my new budding skill and play harp on the track, which I LOVE and intend to use much more in the future. Even though my version is different than the original, I wanted to pay homage to Danny Elfman and to Sally in every way I could, from the creepy background vocals to the droning harmonium (which reminds me of the accordian in the song). I can't wait for it to come out, I love it so much! Thanks Will!
I'm not sure if you guys know this yet, but I'm going to play it on the Tonight Show on October 13. Tim will be up there with me.
I hope you enjoy the song, I cant wait to hear what you think!

Source: EvClub
Thanks to EvanescenceVille
Posted on 22 Sep 2008 by Garance
Wednesday, September 10, 2008
fun fun week

So today, I went to the Betsy Johnston show in NYC with my friend Amy Lee. She's in the industry ( crazy successful musician ) and has been nice enough to take me along to fashion week! It was fucking awesome. I sat at a table with her and Kelly Osborne ( who is so cute and hilarious) and saw some really awesome clothing! The only thing that was bothersome was how ridiculously skinny the models were. I kept fighting the urge to reach over and shove a cupcake in there mouths ( I'm serious)!!!! Part of me was jealous (cuz I secretly wanna be too skinny...hahaha) ...and the other part of me was worried like a mother for their health. I'm going to another show tomorrow and I'm sure it'll be crazy and awesome. Wish me luck!!!!

Thanks to EvanescenceVille
Posted on 17 Sep 2008 by Garance
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Posted on 12 Sep 2008 by Garance
We'll never forget

Posted on 11 Sep 2008 by Garance
Posted on 11 Sep 2008 by Garance
The following pictures have been added to the gallery:

Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week At The Tent In Bryant Park

Thanks to Amy-Fan.org

Posted on 10 Sep 2008 by Garance
Writers: Amy Lee
CAE/IPI #: 433042599
Publishers: Professor Screweye Publishing / State One Music America

Source: Bmi.com

Thanks to Evanescence Website
Posted on 26 Aug 2008 by Garance
Writers: Amy Lee, Terry Balsamo, Will Boyd
Title Code: 392293553
Publishers/Administrators: Sweet T 666 Music/Bughouse (A Division Of Bug Music, INC)

Source: Ascap.com

Thanks to Evanescence Website
Posted on 26 Aug 2008 by Garance
Walt Disney Records will release "Nightmare Revisited," a collection of covers and new recordings inspired by the 1993 film "Tim Burton's The Nightmare Before Christmas," on Sept. 30.

Danny Elfman re-recorded "Opening" and "Closing" from the film's score, and Korn, Amy Lee, Plain White T's, Rise Against, Rodrigo y Gabriela and Flyleaf contribute their versions of songs from the soundtrack. The CD also will include the movie trailer as a bonus feature.

The complete track listing is:

1. Overture – DeVotchka
2. Opening – Danny Elfman
3. This Is Halloween – Marilyn Manson
4. Jack's Lament – All American Rejects
5. Doctor Finkelstein/In The Forest – Amiina
6. What's This? - Flyleaf
7. Town Meeting Song – Polyphonic Spree
8. Jack And Sally Montage – The Vitamin String Quartet
9. Jack's Obsession - Sparklehorse
10. Kidnap The Sandy Claws - Korn
11. Making Christmas – Rise Against
12. Nabbed – Yoshida Brothers
13. Oogie Boogie's Song – Tiger Army
15. Christmas Eve Montage – RJD2
16. Poor Jack – Plain White Ts
17. To The Rescue – Datarock
18. Finale/Reprise – Shiny Toy Guns
19. Closing – Danny Elfman
20. End Title – The Album Leaf
21. Oogie Boogie’s Song – Rodrigo y Gabriela

Thanks to Billboard.biz Evanescence Ville & Frozen Fear
Posted on 08 Aug 2008 by Garance
Title: Fallen
Artist: Evanescence
Release Date: March, 4th 2003
Label: Wind-Up Records
# Times Platinum: 7
Certification Date: June, 24th 2008

Thanks to EvanescenceWebsite.com & to Billboard.com
Posted on 17 Jul 2008 by Garance
You can now vote for Evanescence at the Kerrang ! Awards HERE

Thanks to EvanescenceWebsite.com

Posted on 02 Jul 2008 by Garance

Posted on 30 Jun 2008 by Garance
From EvanescenceWebsite.com:

"We have been informed from a very reliable source that Amy DID PERFORM A NEW SONG at the Songwriter Icon Award. The song is called Your Love and it's a song Amy recently wrote!"

Thanks a lot to EvanescenceWebsite.com
Posted on 26 Jun 2008 by Garance

Kitck off your Ugg boots and put down your iPods as VH1 brings you the next big hit in their hugely popular "I Love The" series: "I Love The New Millennium." VH1 loves the 00’s so much that they couldn’t even wait for them to end, bringing viewers an all-new 8-part series covering the first 8 years of the new millennium (2000 –
2007.) From "Thong Songs" and Big Fat Greek Weddings, to wardrobe malfunctions and the “Big Mouth Billy Bass,” it’s all here, and our expert team of celebrities, musicians, actors, athletes, journalists and comedians are back to tackle every hard hitting issue you can imagine. For example: Where were all those weapons of mass destruction anyway? How did people watch television before TIVO? Who decided that trucker hats weren’t just for truckers anymore? And perhaps most importantly of all… who let the dogs out? VH1 will once again tap our collective memories and will revisit the good, the bad, and the funny. "I Love The New Millennium" will leave no stone unturned through retro clips from sitcoms, movies, music videos, TV commercials, network news and other sources. Join us as we travel back in time to an era when Brad Pitt was happily married to Jennifer Aniston. Angelina Jolie and Madonna had yet to start the mad adoption craze, and Britney Spears still had her
s#!t together. And you thought there were no more decades left to love…

The show features new interviews with some of your favorite artists including:
* Emily King
* The Last Goodnight
* KT Tunstall
* Vanessa Carlton
* Mya
* Plain White T’s
* The Bravery
* Chrisette Michele
* Emmy Rossum
* Rooney
* Lifehouse
* Matt White
* Pat Monahan
* Natasha Bedingfield
* Gina Gershon
* The Donnas
* Mandy Moore
* Taylor Dayne
* Dee Snider
* Shaggy
* Ben Lee
* Angie Stone
* B-52’s
* And more

Thanks to EvanescenceWebsite.com & VH1.com
Posted on 19 Jun 2008 by Garance
Here we go with a large picture update:

American Music Awards (2003)
Billboard Music Awards (2003)
Carling Academy, Glasgow (04-11-2003)
Coliseum, Lisbon (07-10-2003)
Download Festival (01-06-2003)
Fat City Café (2003)
Hammersmith, London (08-11-2003)
La Riviera, Madrid (08-10-2003)
Mesa Amphitheatre, Mesa (06-08-2003)
Miscellaneous Concerts (2003)
Palamazda, Milan (12-10-2003)
Razzmatazz, Barcelona (09-10-2003)
The Orbit Room, Grand Rapids (21-05-2003)
Webster Hall, New York City (16-04-2003)
Zoological Gardens, Phoenix (25-04-2003)
Session 2 (2003)
Billboard Music Awards (2004)
Europe Music Awards (2004)
Grammy Awards (2004)
Grammy Awards Nominations (2004)
Much Music Awards (2004)
Video Music Awards (2004)
Alltell Arena, Little Rock (14-08-04)
Centrale Del Tennis, Rome (08-06-04)
Entertainment Centre, Adelaide (14-01-04)
National Exhibition Centre, Birmingham (22-05-04)
Office Depot Centre, Sunrise (2004)
Rock In Rio, Lisbon (30-05-04)
Grammy Awards (2005)
Much Music Video Awards (2006)
Video Music Awards (2006)
Alcatraz, Milan (14-11-06)
Electric Factory, Philadelphia (10-10-06)
Hammersmith, London (20-11-06)
La Riviera, Madrid (10-11-06)
Paramount Theater, Denver (24-10-06)
Riviera, Chicago (17-10-06)
Unknown Concerts (2006)
Session 13 (2006)
Air Canada Centre, Toronto (08-01-07)
Arena Monterrey, Monterrey (07-11-07)
Continental Airlines Arena, East Rutherford (04-12-07)
Download Festival, Donnington Park (10-06-07)
Dunkin’ Doughnuts Center, Providence (04-04-07)
Entertainment Centre, Adelaide (13-02-07)
Estadio Nacional, Santiago (12-04-07)
Hartwall Arena, Helsinki (18-06-07)
Hultsfred Festival, Hultsfred (16-06-07)
Kurucesme Arena, Istanbul (24-06-07)
Le Zénith, Paris (25-05-07)
Le Zénith, Lille (30-05-07)
Norwegian Wood Festival, Oslo (15-06-07)
Pinkpop, South Stage, Landgraaf (28-05-07)
Ra’anana Park, Tel Aviv (26-06-07)
Riocentro, Rio De Janeiro (22-04-07)
Rock On The Range, Columbus Crew Stadium (19-05-07)
Saratoga Performing Art Center, Saratoga Springs (06-09-07)
Unknown Concerts (2007)
Wachovia Arena, Wilkes Barre (02-12-07)
To Write Love On Her Arms (Session 2007)
Everybody’s Fool (Single Cover)
Going Under (Single Cover)
Imaginary (Single Cover)
Lithium (Vinyl Cover)
My Immortal (Single Cover)
Sweet Sacrifice (Single Cover)
Piano Tribute To Evanescence (CD Cover)
The Unauthorized Biography Of Evanescence (CD Cover)

A huge thanks to:
Fallen Angels Cordoba
Magnificent Eyes
Posted on 19 Jun 2008 by Garance
NMPA Announces 2008 Honorees (NMPA.org)
Grammy Award Winner Amy Lee to Receive Icon Award
at Annual Meeting in New York City

WASHINGTON—The National Music Publishers’ Association (NMPA) will honor Grammy-Award winning singer/songwriter Amy Lee with its 2008 Songwriter Icon Award at the NMPA’s Annual Meeting to be held in New York City June 18. NMPA also announced today U.S. Senator Patrick Leahy (D-VT) has been selected to receive the 2008 President’s Award.

“The NMPA is in many ways a bridge between policymakers and the music publishers and songwriters we serve, so it’s a privilege to recognize an outstanding representative from each of these groups in conjunction with our annual meeting each year,” said NMPA President and CEO David Israelite. “This year we are honored that the multi-talented Amy Lee will join us in New York City not only to receive this award but to perform as well. We are also so pleased to present Senator Leahy with the President’s Award. He a friend of the industry, and a true fan of music.”

Amy Lee is the co-founder and lead singer of Evanescence. She is a singer-songwriter and a classically trained pianist. The album “Fallen” sold more than 15 million copies, spent 43 weeks on the Billboard Top 10, and has been certified Platinum 6 times. Amy Lee and Evanescence won two Grammy Awards in 2004 for Best New Artist and Best Hard Rock Performance.

The second Evanescence album, The Open Door, debuted at the top of the Billboard charts selling more than 447,000 units in its first week and reached platinum status in just over a month. The album is defined by Amy Lee’s beautiful melodies, compelling lyrics, poignant piano and stunning vocals, fused with Terry Balsamo’s urgent yet intricate guitar to form a seamless, ethereal mixture that perfectly channels the band’s hard rock and classical sensibilities. The album’s musical elements include a classically-infused choir and strings on several tracks, giving further color to songs of introspection, longing, doubt, self-respect and, ultimately, empowerment. “Sweet Sacrifice,” a post-relationship catharsis and the third single from The Open Door was nominated for Best Hard Rock Performance at the 2007 Grammy Awards.

Amy Lee truly speaks to an international audience. In support of The Open Door, Amy and Evanescence performed for audiences in more than 25 countries, including the US, Canada, France, UK, Spain, Germany, Greece, Turkey, Russia, Israel, Argentina, Chile, Brazil, South Africa, Japan, Australia and New Zealand. The Open Door is about to reach sales of 2 million copies in the U.S. and more than 4 million copies worldwide.

The Icon Award recognizes outstanding songwriters for personal achievement and who personify the vision of NMPA and the goals of its members. Former recipients include Jimmy Webb and Neil Sedaka. (...)

The NMPA Annual Meeting will be held from 3-5 p.m. at the Marriott Marquis, 1535 Broadway, followed by a cocktail reception from 5-7 p.m. Members of the media are invited to both the meeting and reception.

About the NMPA
Founded in 1917, the National Music Publishers’ Association (NMPA) is a trade association representing more than 800 American music publishers. The NMPA’s mandate is to protect and advance the interests of music publishers and their songwriter partners in matters relating to the domestic and global protection of music copyrights.

About the Songwriter Icon Award
The National Music Publishers’ Association (NMPA) established the Songwriter Icon Award in 2006 to recognize outstanding songwriters for personal achievement and who personify the vision of NMPA and the goals of its members. Former recipients include Jimmy Webb and Neil Sedaka. (...)

Thanks to nmpa.org and Evanescence Website
Posted on 12 Jun 2008 by Garance
NMPA Honors Amy Lee, Sen. Leahy
The National Music Publishers' Assn. will honor Grammy Award-winning songwriter/singer Amy Lee with its 2008 Songwriter Icon Award and Sen. Patrick Leahy (D-Vt.) with the 2008 President's Award.

The group will present Lee with her award during the NMPA general membership meeting, which is open to all publishers and songwriters, next week in New York City.

"The NMPA is in many ways a bridge between policymakers and the music publishers and songwriters we serve, so it's a privilege to recognize an outstanding representative from each of these groups in conjunction with our annual meeting each year," NMPA president/CEO David Israelite says.

"This year we are honored that the multi-talented Amy Lee will join us in New York City not only to receive this award but to perform as well," he continues. "We are also so pleased to present Senator Leahy with the President's Award. He a friend of the industry, and a true fan of music."

The Icon Award, which recognizes outstanding songwriters for their personal achievement, is presented to those who personify the vision of the NMPA and the goals of its members. Former recipients include Jimmy Webb and Neil Sedaka.

The NMPA established the President's Award in 2005 to recognize an individual who has been a leader on issues of importance to music publishers and songwriters, and who works diligently to strengthen intellectual property protection.

The group will present Leahy with his award in Washington, D.C. The annual meeting is set for June 18 in New York City.

By Susan Butler, N.Y.

Thanks to Billboard.biz and Evanescence Website
Posted on 12 Jun 2008 by Garance
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Thanks to Evanescence Website & EvThread
Posted on 04 Jun 2008 by Garance
Amy Lee Denies Collaboration With Metallica
EVANESCENCE singer AMY LEE has denied she is to record a collaboration with METALLICA for the heavy metal band's forthcoming album. Lee was rumoured to have teamed up with the legendary rockers to rework their classic track Fade To Black, as well as providing vocals for their new LP which is due out later this year. But the star has dismissed the reports with a posting on her website, according to Blabbermouth.net. She says, "I am NOT going to be collaborating with METALLICA. I have absolutely no idea where this rumour came from, but it is not true".

Thanks to Evanescence Website
Posted on 20 Apr 2008 by Garance
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