When: Thu., Nov. 3, 8 p.m. 2016
If you identify as a millennial, chances are the first few bars of “Bring Me to Life” are loaded with dreadful memories of a prepubescent emo phase. (If not your own, then someone else’s – the general shame of the early 2000s touched us all.) Usually caked in gothic makeup and lacey Victorian-styled fashions, Amy Lee inspired a rush of hormones for the generation of confused preteens that were exposed to Evanescence’s weird brand of opera-horror-pop music. But speaking objectively, our generational crush on the niche singer is pretty understandable in hindsight. A whole range of Maxim-esque publications ranked the corseted image of Amy Lee alongside Joan Jett, Courtney Love and Liz Phair in lists that itemized the hottest women in rock. More importantly, regardless of her black velvet wardrobe, the “Call Me When You’re Sober” songstress has some legitimately impressive pipes. Ditch your ego and revisit the embarrassing blemishes of the past with Evanescence.
Price: $39.50 - $59.50