Lindsey Stirling is an American violinist, performance artist, Music Composer, and dancer.
Lindsey Stirling Bio
She was born on September 21, 1986 in Santa Ana, California, US. She plays different styles of music like pop, rock, classical, dubstep, and EDM. You can find most of her live performances and music videos of her on the YouTube channel named after her. Her discography includes the albums Shatter Me (2014) and Brave Enough (2016).
|Real Name||Lindsey Stirling|
|Date of Birth||September 21, 1986|
|Home Town||Santa Ana, California, US|
|Profession||Violinist, Songwriter, Dancer|
|Education||Greenfield Junior High SchoolBrigham Young University (BYU)|
|Net Worth||$6 million (As of 2021)|
Lindsey Stirling Family
She has a sister named Brooke Passey. Her parents were Stephen and Diane Stirling. Stephen died of cancer in January 2017. Stirling grew up in a Mormon church in Gilbert, Arizona. She joined Mesquite High School, followed by Brigham Young University (BYU). She graduated from BYU’s Marriott School of Management with a BA in Recreation Management in 2015.
Lindsey Stirling Age, Height, Weight and Body Measurements
Lindsey is 35 years old. She has a height of 1.61 m and a weight of 50 kg.
Lindsey Stirling Education
When Lindsey was 16 years old, she completed her secondary education at Greenfield Junior High School in Gilbert, Arizona. She then attended Mesquite High School. Lindsey completed her cinematography course and attended Brigham Young University (BYU) in Provo, Utah. She took a brief hiatus and returned to Provo in 2009 to continue her career at BYU. Lindsey graduated from BYU Marriott School of Management with a BA in Recreation Management.
Lindsey Stirling Professional Career
Stirling began her professional violin lessons at the age of five. She later competed and won the Miss Arizona Junior title. In May 2007, Stirling created her YouTube channel “lindseystomp.” It now has more than 9.5 million subscribers and more than 1.9 billion video views. The station shows her skills as a violinist and dancer. Her most popular video, Crystallize, has been viewed more than 178 million times since it was first released in 2012. It was ranked the eighth most popular YouTube video of 2012.
Lindsey Stirling in American Got Talent 2010
Stirling appeared on the fifth season of America’s Got Talent in 2010. She reached the quarterfinals before being eliminated. Her self-titled debut album was released and Posted by BridgeTone Records in September 2012. It was led by the single “Crystallize.”
On October 1, 2013, Stirling teamed up with the non-profit Atlanta Music Project to help children who would have no opportunity to appreciate music. For this purpose, Stirling provided two limited Lindsey Stirling / The Power of Music T-shirts. The money from the sale of these t-shirts went directly to the Atlanta Music Project with the common goal of raising enough money for 50 children.
On March 22, 2014, attended Cirque du Soleil for the second annual One Night for One Drop in Las Vegas. The nonprofit accessed the show at Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino to celebrate World Water Day, a day that inspires people to conserve water resources to make drinking water reachable.
Lindsey Stirling Famous Albums
She was awarded gold by the RIAA with more than 450,000 copies sold in the United States. Stirling boarded on her first world tour in 2013. Her second album, Shatter Me, was released by Decca Records and UMG in April 2014. The album stretched number 2 on the Billboard 200. It featured singers Lizzy Hale and Dia Frampton.
Her third album, Brave Enough, was released independently in August 2016. It contains 14 tracks, six instrumentals and eight vocals. In 2015, Stirling appeared in the dance drama Breaking Through. The film was directed by John Swetnam and she played Sophia Aguiar. Her autobiography “The Only Pirate at the Party” was published by Gallery Books in January 2016.
She is the subject of the documentary Brave Enough (2017). The film documents her career as a violinist since she was 13 years old. Stirling is a competition from the 25th season of NBC’s Dancing with the Stars. Your professional dance partner is dancer, choreographer, and musician Mark Ballas.
Stirling also accomplished as part of the Ronald McDonald House Charities of the Western New York Concert Series at Shea’s Buffalo Theater.
On May 8, 2020, Stirling participated in the 320 Festival, a mental health awareness event launched by Talinda Bennington and Kevin Lyman. Due to COVID-19 quarantine restrictions, the performance was broadcast live from his sister’s farm in Missouri. All net proceeds from the event were donated to nonprofit partners.
Lindsey Stirling Husband/ Boyfriend
She dated one of the famous filmmaker Devin Graham from 2012 to 2013. They both attended Brigham Young University. She talks about her hardships in the song which was named as Shatter Me. She is also one of the members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.
Lindsey Stirling Awards and Nominations
She has been nominated for approximately 18 career awards, of which she has won 10 Awards. She has won two Billboard Music Awards, both for Best Dance / Electronic Album, for her albums ‘Shatter Me’ and ‘Brave Enough’.
Lindsey Stirling Controversy
She was once criticized for her dress code at the Billboard Music Awards, but replied that people might have misjudged her and that she was still trying, regardless of the mistakes she had made in the past. She encouraged people not to judge.
Lindsey Stirling Social networks: Facebook, Twitter, Instagram
Lindsey Stirling’s Facebook page has around 3.8 million followers and her Twitter account has around 542,000 followers. She has around 1.5 million followers on Lindsey Stirling’s Instagram account, while Lindsey Stirling has around 12 million subscribers on YouTube. It is believed that her fortune will grow significantly as she is still excited about her career.