SINGER Amy Lee has undergone a radical transformation since goth music anthem Bring Me To Life.
When gothic group Evanescence burst on to the music scene, it was female lead singer Amy Lee who caught people’s attention.
Her look was iconic and she became known for her jet black hair, dark lipstick and bold corset dresses.
Evanescence was founded by singer, pianist and songwriter Amy Lee and former lead guitarist and songwriter Ben Moody.
The two met in 1994 at a youth camp in Little Rock, US.
They enjoyed huge success, including iconic songs such as Bring Me To Life and My Immortal.
Their award winning album Fallen sold more than 17 million copies worldwide.
However, in 2003 founding member Moody left the band, causing the first set of problems for the chart toppers.
Amy Lee continued to tour on behalf of Evanescence, before the band took an extended hiatus.
In 2015 the band played at Japan’s Ozzfest.
Now, Amy Lee, 34, is married to husband of ten years Josh Hartzler, and has taken a different direction with her direction.
She is proud mum to adorable son, Jack, two, who was born in July 2014.
She appears to have mellowed over the years, and softened her look.
Earlier this year, Amy announced that she would release a “family” album exclusively through Amazon Prime Music, entitled Dream Too Much.
Now available, the album features original music for kids and families, including Sesame Street classic ‘Rubber Duckie’, and the Beatles’ ‘Hello Goodbye’.
As well as covers, the album also features a handful of original Amy tracks, inspired by her son, including one song called ‘The End Of The Book’.
Talking to Rolling Stone magazine, Amy explained: “Every time I would get to the end of a book he would cry… like seriously cry like ‘I can’t believe we’re at the end of the book…
“…I thought that was really cute and sweet and it just ended up a song about the end of the book isn’t the end of the story.”