Amy Lynn Hartzler (née Lee; born December 13, 1981), known professionally as Amy Lee, is an American singer-songwriter
and classically trained pianist. She is co-founder and lead vocalist of the rock band Evanescence. She cites influences ranging from classical
musicians such as Mozart to modern artists Björk, Tori Amos, Danny Elfman and Plumb. Along with her contributions to Evanescence, Lee has also
participated on numerous other musical projects including Walt Disney Records' Nightmare Revisited and Muppets•The Green Album. Lee has
performed collaborations with artists such as Korn, Seether, and David Hodges. Lee is also the American chairperson for the international epilepsy
awareness foundation, Out of the Shadows. Revolver Magazine named Lee the #1 Hottest Chick in Hard Rock for their 2011 annual issue and she appeared
on the front cover. In February 2012, VH1 placed Amy Lee at #49 in the Top 100 Greatest Women in Music. In April 2012, Lee won the Best Vocalist honor
at the Revolver Golden Gods Awards. In 2013, Amy Lee was named the 2012 Rock Goddess of the Year in the Loudwire Music Awards and the Hottest Woman in
Music 2013 in the NME Awards.
Dave Eggar is an American cellist, pianist and composer.
Eggar has performed and recorded with artists in numerous genres, including The Lo Faber Band, The Who, Coldplay, Frank Ocean, Phillip Phillips,
Ornette Coleman, Josh Groban, Roberta Flack, Heather Holley, Bon Jovi, Michael Brecker, Phil Ramone, Dave Sanborn, Abbey Lincoln, Luciano, Sly and
Robbie, Susan Boyle, Rosanne Cash, RJD2, Chromeo, Jane Monheit, Lucia Micarelli, Dianne Reeves, Alex Skolnick, Trans-Siberian Orchestra, Brandy,
Hannah Montana, Paul Simon, Jewel, A Great Big World, Wale, Cher, John Denver, Beyoncé, Fall Out Boy, Sasha Lazard, Pearl Jam, Craig St. Ramblers,
Folk Soul Revival, OAR, The Spin Doctors, The Manhattan Transfer, Train, Tony Bennett, Joss Stone, Amy Winehouse, Taylor Swift, Carly Simon, Duncan
Sheik, Sinéad O'Connor, Kathleen Battle, EdibleRed, Breaking Benjamin, Ray LaMontagne, Lulu Gainsbourg, Ayo, Bebel Gilberto, Chris Potter,
Rachael Sage, Pete Seeger, Dina Fanai, Linda Eder, Gil Goldstein, Eugenia Zukerman, Lyfe Jennings, Corinne Bailey Rae and Amber Rubarth. He has toured
extensively as the solo cellist with the rock band Evanescence and with singer Amy Lee, including performances on The View, PBS, The Tonight Show, MTV
and VH1. He toured extensively in 2012 with his band Deoro (featuring Chuck Palmer and Ariel DelaPortilla), and with NPR New Songs winner, Amber
Rubarth. He also toured extensively in 2012-2014 as a member of American Idol Winner, Phillip Phillips. band, including performances on the Tonight
Show, Today Show, Ellen and at the 2014 superbowl
Eggar was a founding member of the FLUX quartet, and has premiered over 100 works of contemporary music, including pieces by Frank Zappa, Charles
Ives, Beth Anderson, John Cage, Conlon Nancarrow, Elliott Sharp, Ornette Coleman, John Pattitucci, Oliver Lake, Morton Feldman, Sir Harrison
Birtwistle, David Chesky, Gil Evans, Somei Satoh, Lamonte Young, Kirk Hammett, and Augusta Read Thomas.
In addition, Eggar has composed extensively for classical and contemporary dance, and has collaborated as composer or featured performer with
companies such as the New York City Ballet, (Chris Wheeldon's Morphosen), Shen Wei Dance Arts (Connect Transfer), Attack Theatre (Noto, Games of
Steel, the Fitting Room), Rebecca Stenn Dance (Blueprint, Left of Fall, Carmen Sweets), Hammerstep, Jose Limon Company (Moor's Pavane, La
Malinche, Musical Offering), Thresh (Past-Present), and Dance Brasil.
Eggar’s work as a solo cellist and composer has been featured in the films "War Story" (Directed By Mark Jackson, score by Dave Eggar, Chuck Palmer
and Amy Lee), "Anonymous" (Roland Emrich), "Beasts of the Southern Wild" (Ben Zeitlin), "Without" (Mark Jackson), "The Innkeepers", "Stakeland",
Accepted, The Last Winter, Claire Dolan, Joshua, and The Roost. Eggar's latest project, Blue Massive, has widened his musical reach and sparked
an international interest in the band's eclectic sound. Eggar signed with Domo Records in 1998 and released three albums. He has also released
records on the White Swan and Chesky labels.