Evanescence's Amy Lee has become an idol for countless hopeful female singers, songwriters and pianists worldwide.

The American songstress became rock's most influential female with the release of the Evanescence breakthrough album 'Fallen' in 2003. Her performances on 'Bring Me to Life,' 'My Immortal,' 'Call Me When You're Sober' and more hits have kept her in the limelight for a decade, with her gothic beauty and unmistakable talent rallying up a cult fan base rivaling almost any active musician today. After completing a heavy 2012 tour schedule, Lee is currently taking a bit of a break to "figure things out."