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  • Evanescence is comprised of Amy Lee (vocals, piano), Terry Balsamo (guitar),

    Evanescence – “The Open Door” on Wind-Up Records

  • She calls the Evanescence-influenced "I Remember" one of her favourites on the album, which touches on some personal experiences of lamenting lost love.

    Ottawa Sun

  • Depending on my mood, I can choose stations based on my favorite singers, such as Eva Cassidy (smooth folk music) or Michael Buble (swing music), or groups such as Ah Nee Mah, which features sounds of the Native Southwest within the context of mellow ambient atmospheres, or Evanescence, which is a bit more rocking.

    Applications I can’t live without « Musings from an overworked translator

  • "Everyone who heard it [" Evanescence "] started a big band; I know I'm not the only one."

    Not Your Grandpa's Big Bands

  • 50 Cent was nominated for a Grammy as Best New Artist of 2003 (but lost to Evanescence, which is #18 on this list).

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  • I feel that for We Are The Fallen to be able to succeed, they are going to have to move away from the sound that is very much "Evanescence" and come into a sound that is uniquely all their own.

    All articles at Blogcritics

  • New Delhi, June 17: Photographer Priyanka Sachar in her first solo exhibition titled "Evanescence" showcased her photographs, through which she seeks to share with others, the beauty, diversity and irony of the world around her.

    dailyindia.com News Feed

  • Through "Evanescence", Priyanka strings together various slices of life with shots snatched from the streets, fleeting moments seized just before they disappear or almost imperceptible moments of history grabbed from eras gone by.

    dailyindia.com News Feed

  • Feels like aeons since last we heard of Evanescence but they're back, in full regalia, so histrionic they make Bonnie Tyler sound like Dido with the sniffles, with a hairdryer intensity that could coiffure an entire herd of mammoths, emerging like PVC-clad warrior kings and queens amid snow and dry ice into the Valley Of Pomp/Goth/Pop Destiny.

    This week's new singles

  • “Bring Me to Life” by Evanescence a good upbeat trot, this song gives you a chance to get your heart rate back down a bit

    The Mommy Diet

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