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Amy Lee is a classically trained pianist, singer, and songwriter, renowned for her powerhouse voice. Lee initially made her mark as the co-founder and lead vocalist of the Grammy-winning, platinum-selling rock band Evanescence, with whom she has recorded three studio albums. Born in Riverside, California and raised across the United States, Lee cites influences ranging from Mozart to Tori Amos, Danny Elfman, and Björk. Her solo career began in 2008 when she contributed "Sally's Song" to Nightmare Revisited, a tribute album to the Elfman-soundtracked film The Nightmare Before Christmas. One year later, she recorded "Halfway Down the Stairs" for another tribute album, Muppets: The Green Album. In 2014, Lee produced her own soundtrack, the largely electronic album titled Aftermath. A collaboration with cellist, pianist, and composer Dave Eggar, it was used as the official soundtrack for the independent film War Story. Another soundtrack work with Eggar (Indigo Grey: The Passage) followed in 2015, as did "Voice from the Stone," the title song for a film directed by Eric D. Howell. ~ James Christopher Monger