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Josh Hartzler
Josh Hartzler and Amy Lee
Born 1977
Occupation(s) therapist, songwriter
Associated acts Daughtry, David Hodges
Josh Hartzler is Amy Lee's husband. He was born in 1977. His occupation is a therapist. He has been the main inspirations for Evanescence's "Bring Me to Life" and "Good Enough".

MarriageEdit

Josh and Amy were engaged on January 8, 2007. The next day, Lee announced her engagement publicly while hosted by Much, a Canadian show. They got married on May 6, 2007 in Amy's family home in Little Rock, Arkansas, and honeymooned near The Bahamas.

Lee announced via social media on January 18, 2014, that she was pregnant. The couple's first child, Jack Lion Hartzler, was born on July 24, 2014. The three of them live in New York.

Music creditsEdit

Josh is credited for co-writing the lyrics for David Hodges' solo career on the album "Musical Demonstrations Pt.1". The related songs are Crowd of Me (with Hodges and Stuart Upchurch), Fly, and Thursday (these two last only with Hodges). He has also co-written Daughtry's last single off his "Daughtry" album, What About Now, along with Ben Moody and David Hodges.

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