Evanescence frontwoman who is known as one of the most-talented female stars of the 21st century, Amy Lee, had a new interview with the YouTube channel of ‘The Women’s International Music Network’ this week and talked about her career as well as her personal life.

While Amy Lee sat down with John Stapleton from M.A.C Cosmetics, she shared how she can handle being a frontwoman of the world-wide band and a mother at the same time. According to Amy, she’s trying to spend as much time as possible with her child because they have to grow together.

Amy also stated that it’s a new balance for her and just because she does not her son to miss anything, she is doing her best to handle both her music career and responsibilities as a mother.

John Stapleton asked:

“During all this, you have a young one. Are you experiencing life in a different way through, having a child and being a musician now?”

Evanescence frontwoman responded:

“Yeah, it’s wonderful, it’s harder but it’s more wonderful. Like I was just saying, getting to share something with somebody is the thing, so now I kind of get to time travel because we get to go back, and I get to share with Jack some of my favorite things from when I was a kid.

And I’m having memories that I had forgotten, that I had with my parents and my siblings, and remembering a piece of myself that I haven’t been as much because I haven’t been a kid.

But I really get to be a kid again in a lot of ways with him. The part about this last year that has been a blessing is the fact that we’ve had to spend so much time together, and that’s a challenge, it truly is, especially when they’re six and active, and need to get out, and it’s just the three of us.”

She continued:

“But we got to spend all this time really together, learning together, and playing together, and just movie binging together, and everything else. Yeah, it’s harder because now I’m looking at the future and remembering what was the struggle in my head before the pandemic hit – we were just about to go on tour and he’s just now entering an age where he really needs to be in school.

So that’s a new balance for me, I’ve never had to really do that before, we can get away with it when he’s in pre-k, but like he’s older and I don’t want him to miss anything, I don’t want him to be behind, and I care about everything for him.

You can watch the interview below.

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