ICYMI! Watch the Full 2021 She Rocks Awards

Welcome to the She Rocks Awards sponsored by Positive Grid. Check out inspiring speeches and performances by The Go-Go’s, Nancy Wilson of Heart, Amy Lee of Evanescence, Margaret Cho, Cherie Currie, Cindy Blackman Santana and many more. Watch it live!

Here’s the full list of honorees:

– The Go-Go’s—the first all-female band to top the Billboard charts that both wrote their own songs and played their own instruments
– Nancy Wilson—GRAMMY award-winning member of the multi-platinum band Heart
– Cherie Currie—founding member of the pioneering all-female rock band The Runaways
– Cindy Blackman Santana—respected jazz and rock drummer with Santana and Lenny Kravitz among many others
– Amy Lee—co-founder and lead vocalist for the rock band Evanescence
– Margaret Cho—Emmy and Grammy-nominated stand-up comedian, actress, fashion designer, author, and singer-songwriter
– Starr Parodi—composer, pianist, conductor, arranger, music director and president of The Alliance For Women Film Composers
– Ann Mincieli—Grammy-winning recording engineer, studio coordinator for Alicia Keys and co-founder of NYC-destination studio Jungle City
– Sharon Hennessey—co-president and co-owner of The Music People
– Gwen Riley—Senior VP of Music for Peloton Interactive
– Kim Warnick—Director of the non-profit group Calling All Crows

Evanescence’s Amy Lee Gets Back to Life

Amy Lee misses Brooklyn. She lived there for 12 years with her husband (and later their son, born in 2015), before they left their apartment for Nashville a year ago.

“The perfect year,” she says with an eye roll over Zoom. Lee had hoped to be closer to her family in Arkansas and friends in Nashville when she moved, only to find herself stuck at home with the rest of the world. “We haven’t gotten [to see people] as much as we would have liked to because of Covid, but now we are here, and we will be set up for a better next year,” she adds optimistically.

That’s not the only plan she’s had to readjust: Earlier this year, her alt-metal band, Evanescence, returned to the studio with producer Nick Raskulinecz, writing and recording songs for what will be their first album of new material since 2011’s Evanescence. While the pandemic slowed them down, the group has forged onward, working remotely at first and later, after getting negative Covid tests, at a Nashville studio. In April, they released the sobering power ballad “Wasted on You” as the lead single from their very much in-progress LP, The Bitter Truth, which is due to be released in early 2021. [READ MORE]

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Amy Lee Talks ‘Wasted On You’ & New Album ‘The Bitter Truth’

Rock Sound Rock Sound chat via Zoom with Evanescence vocalist Amy Lee as the band release their new single ‘Wasted On You’. Amy tells us how that song came together and what it was like filming the music video on iPhones while the band stayed in quarantine. Also, we get some early details on their upcoming new album ‘The Bitter Truth’ which is due for release later in 2020. Plus, Amy tells us what she learned from the band’s incredible ‘Synthesis’ project which saw them rework classic songs like ‘My Immortal’ and ‘Bring Me To Life’ with new instrumentation and perform live with a full orchestra.

Official “Wasted On You” music video premiere!

Official “Wasted On You” music video premiere and LIVE chat happening this Friday at 9am PT, 11am CT, 12pm ET. Get your questions in now and Amy Lee will be back here to answer them Friday. Pre-save Wasted On You here: https://evanescence.lnk.to/WastedOnYouID

WASTED ON YOU is out now!!

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