Lindsey Stirling Biography, Age, Height/Weight, Net Worth, Relationship, Crystallize 

Lindsey Stirling Biography

Lindsey Stirling was born on September 21,1986, she is an American violinist, singer and songwriter. She presents choreographed violin performances, both live and in music videos found on her eponymous YouTube channel, which she created in 2007.

Lindsey Stirling Age

she is  currently 32 years old since she was born on September 21,1986, as of 2019

Lindsey Stirling Height and Weight

She has an estimated height of 1.61 meters and weighs 50 kg.

Lindsey Stirling Net Worth

She has an estimated net worth of about $6 million  which she earned from her career.

Lindsey Stirling  Education

She grew up in Gilbert, Arizona, where she attended Greenfield Junior High and later Mesquite High School.

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Lindsey Stirling Family

She is the middle child of three daughters of Stephen and Diane Stirling.Though her family was a humble one, her parents appointed a violin teacher for her and she started receiving lessons from the early age of five.

Lindsey Stirling Relationship

Lindsey Stirling is currently believed to be single. She earlier dated filmmaker Devin Graham

Lindsey Stirling Career

In 2010 she appeared in the American reality show America’s Got Talent, where she managed to impress the judges in the initial rounds by mixing hip-hop, pop, as well as classical music on the violin. She also danced along with playing the violin. Despite the fact that she performed brilliantly, she was knocked out and failed to move towards the semi-finals. In February 2012, she released the music video for her song Crystallize which soon became a huge success, getting more than 42 million views by the end of the year. It also became the eighth most watched video of the year. In March 2014, she released the single Beyond the Veil from her second album Shatter Me. The official YouTube video of the song had half a million views on its first day .

Lindsey Stirling Songs

  • Crystallize 2012
  • Element 2012
  • Stars Align 2012
  • moon Trance 2012
  • Rountable Rival 2014
  • Shattle Me 2014
  • Radioactive 2014
  • Hold my Heart 2016
  • Something Wild 2016
  • What Child Is This 2017
  • I Wonder as I Wander 2017

Lindsey Stirling Dance of the sugar plum fairy

Lindsey Stirling Shatter me

Lindsey Stirling  Shatter me
[Verse 1: Lzzy Hale]
I pirouette in the dark
I see the stars through a mirror
Tired mechanical heart
Beats til the song disappears

[Chorus]
Somebody shine a light
I’m frozen by the fear in me
Somebody make me feel alive
And shatter me
So cut me from the line
Dizzy, spinning endlessly
Somebody make me feel alive
And shatter me!

[Violin Drop]
Shatter me!
Somebody make me feel alive
And shatter me!

[Verse 2]
If only the clockworks could speak
I wouldn’t be so alone
We burn every magnet and spring
And spiral into the unknown

[Violin Rise]

[Chorus]
Somebody shine a light
I’m frozen by the fear in me
Somebody make me feel alive
And shatter me
So cut me from the line
Dizzy, spinning endlessly
Somebody make me feel alive
And shatter me!

[Violin Drop]

[Bridge]
If I break the glass, then I’ll have to fly
There’s no one to catch me if I take a dive
I’m scared of changing, the days stay the same
The world is spinning but only in gray
If I break the glass, then I’ll have to fly
There’s nobody to catch me if I take a dive
I’m scared of changing, the days stay the same
The world is spinning but only in gray…
(Only) [Repeated]

[Chorus]
Somebody shine a light
I’m frozen by the fear in me
Somebody make me feel alive
And shatter me
So cut me from the line
Dizzy, spinning endlessly
Somebody make me feel alive
And shatter me!

[Violin Drop]
Me…!
Shatter me!
Somebody make me feel alive
And shatter me!

Lindsey Stirling   Brave enough

Lindsey Stirling Crystallize

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Lindsey Stirling Instagram

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Lindsey Stirling Interview

Interviewer:So you’ve been touring at the moment, is it tiring? 
Lindsey:It is tiring, but I love it. I love getting to do shows, I love getting to see new places. We’ve been to so many different countries, and on days off, even though I’m really tired, a lot of the time I end up going out because you don’t want to just sit in a hotel room. You start to feel very stale very fast and so we’ll go out. Yesterday we walked all over London, we went to Abbey Road we went to Kensington Park, we did some window shopping just to get out and explore, it was awesome… we rode the tube!
Interviewer:Did you ever think that you’d get to explore the world, touring? 
Lindsey:No, I remember when I first started putting videos up, I was just excited that people were actually listening to what I did, it was so exciting. I never really dreamed I would get to tour the world as a solo artist, as myself. I thought maybe I might be able to tour with another act or as a fiddle player or a violinist behind someone else, but it’s just amazing that I get to create a vision and it happens.
Interviewer:You have found so much success in something you love to do, what inspired you to learn to play the violin?
Lindsey:When I was really little, my parents loved orchestral music and they loved classical music and so they would take my sisters and I to orchestral concerts and they would play classical music in our home and I used to dance to it with my sisters. The violinists were always in the front of the orchestra, and they also get all the solos, the fast melodies and the violin just seemed like the star of the orchestra. I begged my parents for violin lessons when I was six years old.
Interviewer:When you were young, did you always know you could make a career out of your passion, or was there a backup plan and was music just a hobby?
Lindsey:It was just a hobby, I never really saw it as “okay this is my career”, it was “I love to make music, I love to play”, it was something I could express myself with. I actually went to college to be in film, but then I decided that I didn’t think it was quite what I wanted to do so I went into therapy. I was going to be a therapist, and I got a degree in therapy and then it wasn’t till half way through college that I realised I wanted to do music, so I was doing both college and… creating at the same time.
Interviewer:In 2010 you got to the quarterfinals of America’s Got Talent, (which is insane) but Piers Morgan said, that your music sounded like “rats being strangled.” Did this experience motivate you to do better, to prove you can do something?
Lindsey:Yeah, in a way. I mean at first I was just devastated, and heartbroken I felt my dreams were so big I thought they were going to come true then they were just crushed and I thought for moments “gosh maybe he’s right, maybe they were right, maybe I’m not good enough” but I believe there’s something inside everybody that you can either crush and silence it or you can listen to it and that voice inside of me was just saying that it’s not time to give up yet that there’s so much more to be done here and to just keep going. So then all of a sudden it turned from humiliation into this extreme motivation of “I’m going to prove them wrong”.
Interviewer:So you then moved to Youtube which is now a big part of your life, how did you discover that you could really break out into the industry via youtube?
Lindsey:Well, I posted this one video on years before – I think I started my channel in 2007 – I didn’t know what Youtube was I just did it so I could post this one video, but I didn’t know you could have a channel, I didn’t know you could build an audience. Then it wasn’t until 2011 that I met someone that was a ‘professional youtuber’ and his name was Devin Graham and he had a Youtube channel, he was teaching a workshop for the film students and I heard about it and went and just thought “a youtube workshop, taught by a professional youtuber, this is really interesting I have to check this out”. And, as I sat there I, I mean I had started to get kinda discouraged as I had tried so many different things and nothing was working, I kept realising that maybe you just have to have a lot of money to ‘make it’, I don’t have that kinda money, I was paying for school, and then I realised as I sat in this class that “oh my gosh, I can do that!” I can start a twitter account, I can make videos and post them online, the whole thing about it was just like all the tools were there, you didn’t have to wait for someone to tell you that you’re good enough, you didn’t have to wait for someone else to believe in you, you didn’t have to have a million dollars, you could start with what you had and go from there and it was amazing to have that realisation in that room. I walked out and from that day on, I’ve been a youtuber!
Source:somethingaboutmagazine.com

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