Lori Lee

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Lori Lee Bulloch is one of Amy Lee's two younger sisters.

She and her other sister, Carrie Lee, provided the background vocals on Call Me When You're Sober.

Lori co-founded and sang lead vocals in two bands; Solstice and Scarlett Seven. Her other musical projects include covering Gotye's Somebody That I Used to Know as a collaboration with Last Day's Riot Productions in 2012, a four-track solo EP, Upside Down on April 30, 2016,[1] and a song called Go Ahead, which was inspired by the orginal animated short, Door, by Andrea Schmitz.[2] It was digitally released on July 22, 2016.[3]

She collaborated with Amy on her children's album, Dream Too Much, and has writing credits for Dream Too Much, I'm Not Tired and The End of the Book.[4]

On April 18, 2018, Lori posted to Twitter that she is currently writing new music.[5]

In 2020, she and her sister Carrie collaborated with Evanescence again by providing backing vocals on Use My Voice off their fifth album, The Bitter Truth.[6]

As of 2022 Lori currently sings in a cover band called Salty AF based in Houston, Texas.[7]



  • Cold Day in December
  • Not Alone
  • Please Forgive Me
  • Goodnight
  • Zombie (The Cranberries cover)
  • Suffocation

Scarlett Seven

  • Scarlett Seven [album] (2013)


  • Somebody That I Used to Know [Gotye Cover] (2012)
  • Upside Down EP (2016)
  • Go Ahead (2016)

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