EVANESCENCE: NISSAN LIVE SETS Performance Available Online

EVANESCENCE took part in an exclusive private performance for Nissan Live Sets on November 12, 2007 in West Los Angeles, California. The mini-concert can now be viewed online at this location. EVANESCENCE also took part in a question-and-answer session with the fans who were lucky enough to attend the concert. Watch the footage in two parts below.

According to MTV.com, more than 100 celebrities — including EVANESCENCE frontwoman Amy Lee — have signed on to create personalized lunchboxes for an online auction to benefit a pair of hunger-relief organizations: the Food Bank for New York City and South Africa's Lunchbox Fund. The auction will go live on December 7 at midnight at TheLunchboxAuction.org and run through December 21.

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