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American therapist Josh Hartzler is best known as the husband of Rock Goddess Amy Lee. Every time they met, Amy found that her feelings for him grew.
He was born in Encino California on 4th November 1977. So, she decided to cut him out of her life, to not let her attraction hurt her then-affair.
Despite talking to press all day, the Evanescence singer and gothic rock superstar is warm and chatty, anticipating our next question with a, “C’mon, what you got, whatcha got? “You’re my last in a looong block of interviews,” she tells us in her throaty, sing-song voice before we begin – but to her credit, it’s clear that when it comes to talking about Evanescence, she’s so fiercely proud of her band that she relishes the chance to set a few things straight.
Over 22 years, Evanescence have continued to defy expectation.
When she gets serious is when talking about her music, explaining the need for her latest break: “To make something you really mean, for me, means I have to go live my life for a while, figure out who I am again and have some experiences I need to get off my chest.
I need to step away and not feel like a–” she hesitates before saying the next word – “a ‘rockstar’ any more.
Her family moved to different places like West Palm Beach, Florida, and Rockford, Illinois, and eventually settled in Little Rock, Arkansas, where started.We partner with third party advertisers, who may use tracking technologies to collect information about your activity on sites and applications across devices, both on our sites and across the Internet.You always have the choice to experience our sites without personalized advertising based on your web browsing activity by visiting the DAA's Consumer Choice page, the NAI's website, and/or the EU online choices page, from each of your browsers or devices.I need to go be Amy.”“And it’s beautiful, because as much as I’ve been ready and willing to abandon it completely, it always leads me back to Evanescence,” she says with certainty.“I’m very proud, still – more than ever, even – of our oldest music.