Evanescence frontwoman Amy Lee is apparently making some headway in her fight with Wind Up Records.
The rock singer sued the label earlier this year for $1.5 million dollars in unpaid royalties, and accused them of trying to sabotage the band with under-qualified promoters.
For the most part Lee has stayed quiet on the topic, but this week she offered a bit of an update with a pair of tweets. She told followers that for the first time in 13 years, she is a "free and independent artist." She said she's wanted this for a while now, and is happy to be able to do anything she wants -- Evanescence included.
Today, for the first time in 13 years, I am a free and independent artist. I have wanted this for so long and I am so happy. CHEERS!— Amy Lee (@AmyLeeEV) March 19, 2014
.@gayllaghers "free from your record deal or free from evanescence?" Free from my record deal. I'm free to do anything, Ev included— Amy Lee (@AmyLeeEV) March 19, 2014
It remains unclear, however, if this new development had or will have any effect on Lee's lawsuit.
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