The popular rock band Evanescence made their debut in 2003 with the album Fallen, which made them almost instantly famous. They are a highly decorated band with a multitude of awards including two Grammy Awards, two Loudwire Music Awards, a World Music Award, MTV awards in multiple regions and many more. Many of their early singles remain popular today, including "Call Me When You're Sober," "My Immortal" and "Bring Me To Life."
The Open Door
Evanescence's breakthrough album, Fallen, went platinum seven times, won the band their two Grammy Awards and remained on the Billboard 200 charts for two years. The album includes the popular singles "My Immortal" and "Bring Me To Life," which featured vocals from 12 Stones singer Paul McCoy. Before releasing their next album, Evanescence vocalist Amy Lee collaborated with her then-boyfriend Shaun Morgan and his band Seether to release the hit song "Broken." After that relationship ended with a messy breakup, "Call Me When You're Sober" became the lead single off the band's next album The Open Door. The album had a lot of commercial success, being the group's first hit to rank No. 1 on the Billboard 200 chart. After this album, there were significant lineup changes, and the now ex-members of Evanescence went on to form We Are The Fallen with American Idol contestant Carly Smithson as the singer. Evanescence took a little longer on their self-titled third studio album, which released in 2011 and didn't receive the raving reception of the previous ones. The next year, when they finished touring in support of Evanescence, the band announced they were planning on taking a break. During the break, Evanescence became an independent band, and Amy Lee released a solo album. Evanescence returned in 2015 with a few concerts including Ozzfest before releasing their next album in 2017. Synthesis included remakes of past songs and new material including Hi-Lo, which featured Lindsey Stirling, the artist they would embark on a co-headlining tour with that summer. Evanescence has announced that they will release their next studio album in 2020.
Where can I buy Evanescence tickets?
Tickets for all upcoming Evanescence concerts can be purchased at StubHub.
Will Evanescence tour in 2019?
Evanescence's North American tour is coming to a close, and they will be heading overseas in September after taking a quick break from touring in August.
What lineup is Evanescence currently touring with?
Evanescence has undergone many lineup changes, so singer Amy Lee is the only original band member still with the band. She may also be seen playing the piano or harp. The current instrumentalists are Troy McLawhorn, who has been the lead guitarist since 2015 after joining as the rhythm guitarist back in 2007; Jen Majura, who has been the rhythm guitarist and backup vocalist since 2015; Will Hunt, who has been the drummer since 2010; and Tim McCord, the most senior instrumentalist in the band, who has been the bassist since 2006.
What is Evanescence's setlist like?
There's always a blend of new music and beloved songs from previous albums. "Imperfection" is the only new song from Synthesis consistently on the setlist. Evanescence usually performs "My Immortal," "Bring Me To Life," "Imaginary, "Secret Door," "Lithium" and "Lost In Paradise," which were all re-recorded on Synthesis.
When will Evanescence return for another U.S. tour?
Evanescence likely won't tour again until they release their next album. They plan for a 2020 release, so the next tour will probably be in 2020 or early 2021.Back to Top
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