This time Kati and I decided to do an intense Evanescence song, Call Me When You’re Sober. Released in September 2006, this song, written and performed by Amy Lee, made it to the Top Ten of the Billboard Top 100. The lyrics tell of a real-life breakup with a high-profile boyfriend in the music business.
This video showcases Kati’s abilities to take a song and make it her own, moving through moods and climaxes, bringing it all to a crescendo, and finishing it off as a vocal tour de force.
I think Kati did a great job. We hope you like it, too. Let us know what you think!
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