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Amy Lee Net Worth

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Amy Lee Net WorthAmy Lee Net Worth: Amy Lee is a singer, pianist, songwriter, musician, multi-instrumentalist, film score composer. Amy Lee was born 13-Dec-81 in Riverside, CA. According to Forbes, Amy Lee Net Worth is $12 Million. Singer-songwriter and pianist who fronts the American rock band Evanescence, the group known for their breakout single “Bring Me To Life.” She was also featured on the Seether hit “Broken.” Alongside her in Evanescence are rhythm guitarist Troy McLawhorn, drummer Will Hunt, lead guitarist Terry Balsamo and bassist Tim McCord. She is a classically trained pianist. She started writing music when she was eleven years old. Later, she studied music theory at Middle Tennessee State University, but dropped out to focus on her band. She listed Tori Amos as one of her major musical influences.

Amy Lee Net Worth is $12 Million

First Name Amy
Middle Name Lynn
Last Name Hartzler
Maiden Name Lee
Another Name Amy Lynn Lee
Alternative Name Amy Lynn Hartzler, Amy Lynn Lee, Amy Lee, Queen of Rock
Age 36 years
Date of Birth 13th December, 1981
Place of Birth Riverside, California, USA
Height 5′ 3″ (160 cm)
Weight 138lbs (63 kg)
Build Average
Eye Blue
Hair Dyed Black
Distinctive Feature Long Hair, Pale Skin
Star Sign Sagittarius
Sexuality Straight
Religion Christian
Ethnicity White
Nationality American
School Pulaski Academy
University Middle Tennessee State University
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