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They went through several names, including Childish Intentions and Stricken, before settling for Evanescence.
They were signed by Big-Wig Enterprises in 2000 and released a collection of demos called "Origin".
Lee composed the soundtrack to the films War Story (2014) and Indigo Grey: The Passage (2015) with cellist Dave Eggar, and the song "Speak to Me" for the film Voice from the Stone (2017). to parents John Lee, a disc jockey and television personality, and Sara Cargill. Lee had a younger sister who died in 1987 at the age of three from an unidentified illness In an interview on AOL Music, Lee said that the first songs she remembered writing were called "Eternity of the Remorse" and "A Single Tear".
The first was written when she was eleven years old and wanted to become a classical composer, and the second was for an assignment when she was in the eighth grade.
Amy met young guitarist Ben Moody at a summer camp in 1994 while playing on the piano.
He was astounded by her talents as a singer and pianist, so he convinced her to form a band with him.
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Amy marks her debut as a film composer co-scoring the indie film War Story (2014) with friend and composer Dave Eggar.
She was meeting a few of her friends at a restaurant when a guy she barely knew looked into her eyes and asked her "Are you happy? She knew that she truly wasn't, and those simple words really struck her.
"The fact that he left the band, it wasn't like it killed me and hurt my feelings and made me feel like I lost a friend, it was actually more of a relief because he'd been so unhappy on tour recently that it was making everyone else unhappy.
We all hope he's happier now." - commenting on Ben Moody's decision to leave the band.