Carrie Lee is one of the sisters of Amy Lee. She is consistently creeped out by Evanescence fans' ability to find out strange details of her life via social media, and appreciates the brevity of this article.
Work with Evanescence/Amy Lee[edit | edit source]
She and Lori sang backing vocals on The Open Door's lead single, "Call Me When You're Sober". Carrie wrote the screenplay for the "What You Want" video, the lead single from the 2011 self-titled album.
The Lee sisters collaborated again with Amy on her second solo album, Dream Too Much, released in 2016.
References[edit | edit source]
- "Evanescence's Amy Lee Hopes To Get Into Film, Rages Against Chessy Female Idols". June 10, 2004. MTV News.
- The Open Door (2006), liner notes.
- "Evanescence’s Amy Lee Details Kids Album ‘Dream Too Much’". August 17, 2016. Rolling Stone.
- "Hear Evanescence's New Anthem "Use My Voice" Featuring Lzzy Hale and more...". August 14, 2020. Revolvermag.