Evanescence - Artist vocal range | Singing carrots

Evanescence vocal range

According to our database the vocal range of this artist is:

A2 - E6 (3.6 octaves)

Song with the HIGHEST pitch:
Farther Away (D5-E6)
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Imaginary (B3-C5)
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Whisper (C4-Bb5)
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Cloud Nine (B3-E5)
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Lose Control (B3-A4)
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Your Star (G3-B5)
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Haunted (E3-C#5)
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Taking Over Me (C4-E5)
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My Last Breath (E#3-D5)
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Weight of the World (G#3-F5)
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Lacrymosa (A3-E6)
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Missing (C#4-D5)
User likes: Amber Price
Like You (G3-E5)
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Snow White Queen (E3-E5)
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The Only One (C3-G5)
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