Evanescence broke onto the hard-rock scene in 1995 as the creation of guitarist, Ben Moody, and amazing vocalist, Amy Lee. Though the band’s line-up has fluctuated over the years, current members being Amy Lee, Terry Balsamo, and Tim McCord, their sound has remained consistent. The band first reached audiences with their demo CD, “Origin” in 2000, but considers their full-length album “Fallen,” released in 2003, as their debut. That album remained on the “Billboard Top 50” for over a year, one of only eight other albums to ever do so.
With Lee’s unique voice at the helm, Evanescence has rocketed to success, winning Grammy Awards for “Best New Artist” and “Best Hard Rock Performance” in 2004, and Kerrang! Awards for “Best International Newcomer” in 2003, and “Sexiest Female” in 2007. Four years since their last release, a new album is currently in the works and should be hitting shelves in the fall of 2010.
A line-up that takes us back to early 2000s. The brand-new festival Sick New World is a parade of some of the most acclaimed hard rock, metal, and alternative rock bands of the 90s and early 2000s, which will throw the Y generation into the heart of the nostalgia.... Read more
Korn and Evanescence will be co-headlining an 18-city tour this summer, announced this week. The groups will perform shows beginning in August, following Korn’s return from a series of summer shows overseas. “We’re looking forward to going on tour this summer and bringing our friends, Evanescence, out,” said Jonathan... Read more
Tickets for upcoming shows featuring Bad Bunny, Justin Bieber, Harry Styles and the Golden State Warriors are among the lures being used to get shots into arms by officials in Santa Clara County, California. The northern California county is running the campaign in June, in hopes of convincing those... Read more
Halestorm and Evanescence have announced a joint tour of the United States for the fall of 2021, with tickets going on sale this week. The tour launches on November 5 in Portland, Oregon, with 15 stops currently scheduled before it wraps on December 18 in Worcester, Massachusetts. The tour... Read more
Gothic-rock band Evanescence will hit the road once again to tour in support of their latest record, Synthesis. Over the past two years, Evanescence has consistently been touring the country. This May, they’ll kick-off a brief trek in Jacksonville, Florida, followed by shows in cities like Atlanta, Concord, Washington... Read more
Another Friday, another slew of major tour tickets available for sale. Leading today’s list is headlining treks from Avenged Sevenfold with Prophets of Rage, Childish Gambino, Evanescence, Lindsey Stirling, Ray Lamontagne and Pentatonix. In addition, select tour dates from John Fogerty & ZZ Top, Jason Aldean, Luke Bryan, U2,... Read more
A strong mix of sporting events and country concerts made up the majority of Wednesday’s best sellers on secondary ticketing site TicketClub.com. The Masters Golf Tournament, which begins in a few short weeks, took the top spot, with the Big 12 Men’s Basketball Tournament following directly behind in the... Read more
Thursday’s batch of concert tickets on sale certainly run the gamut of genres. From rock (John Fogerty & ZZ Top, Robert Plant, and Avenged Sevenfold) to country (Dierks Bentley, Keith Urban, and Luke Bryan) and even pop (Pentatonix), ticket buyers are knee-deep in concert choices. Dominating the pack, however,... Read more
Midweek onsales are largely dominated by concerts, with the presale list featuring a number of newly-announced tours. Avenged Sevenfold & Prophets of Rage End of the World Tour, Evanesence with Lindsey Stirling and Vans Warped Tour are among the biggest events now available for presale. In addition, select shows... Read more
Concerns about unusual purchasing activity related to ticket bots caused the venue of an upcoming Evanescence show to take an unusual step: All orders outside a radius of 90 miles from the venue were switched to local pickup-only AFTER they were sent out. Stephanie Viegas Dias, Director of Ticket... Read more