Brave Enough - Lindsey Stirling
  • Genre: Dance
  • Release Date: 2016-08-19
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 14

Brave Enough

Lindsey Stirling

Lindsey Stirling (born in September, 21, 1986 in Santa Ana, California, United States) is a violinist, dancer and composer based in Utah. A former member of the rock band Stomp on Melvin, Stirling began releasing videos on Youtube in 2007 and in 2010 competed on America's Got Talent. Her appearance on America's Got Talent gained the attention of cinematographer Devin Graham, with whom she has collaborated on several videos since 2010. Her YouTube channel has become extremely popular and has received upwards of 100 million views. Stirling was born in Santa Ana, California, but spent a portion of her childhood in Gilbert, Arizona and graduated from Mesquite High School. She moved to Provo, Utah to attend Brigham Young University to study recreational therapy. She went on to perform missionary work in New York City for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Stirling returned home to Provo in 2009 to continue studying at BYU. She resided there until December 2012, when she moved back to Arizona with her family. Currently she lives in Los Angeles, California. At the age of five, after being influenced by the classical music records played by her father, Stirling began to study the violin. She took private lessons for twelve years. When she was sixteen, she joined a rock band in Mesquite High School with four friends called Stomp on Melvin. As part of her experience with Stomp on Melvin, Stirling wrote a solo violin rock song, and her performance helped her to win the state title of Arizona's Junior Miss and claim the Spirit Award in the America's Junior Miss Finals competition. Stirling was also a member of Charley Jenkins Band for about a year. Stirling has released one EP, Lindsey Stomp in 2010, along with several singles, including collaborations with Peter Hollens, Eppic and Megan Nicole. Her debut full-length self-titled album Lindsey Stirling was released 18th September 2012. In December 2012, YouTube announced that Stirling's song, Crystallize, was the No. 8 top-viewed video of 2012 with over 42 million views. On March 12, 2014, Stirling posted a video announcing her second studio album, Shatter Me, would be released in May. She also created a PledgeMusic account where consumers could buy her new album, signed or not, and also exclusive items, such as signed posters, personalized video and even Skype calls with Stirling herself. At the end of the first day, the signed Shatter Me CD was already sold out. On March 25, 2014, Stirling officially released her first single from Shatter Me, entitled Beyond the Veil, along with its accompanying music video. Their second album Shatter Me was released on April 29, 2014. It is Stirling's first album to include collaborations with other vocalists, featuring Lzzy Hale (from Halestorm) and Dia Frampton, and Stirling has said its musical style is more progressive than her first album. During its pre-sale, the album peaked at number one on the US iTunes electronic charts. On its released in USA the album reached the second position on Billboard 200, making Stirling's biggest sales week of her career. The album peaked on four different Billboard music charts. Official website: Read more on User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.

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  • Love love love!!!

    By Mollymc09
    I love this album!!!!!!
  • Lost Girls 🤗

    By Samdelok
    Lost girls is my favorite good job Lindsey! Perfecto!
  • ❤️❤️❤️

    By Eddie Gimeno
  • //DIES

    By Milkaffee
    Love all of the music/songs in this album! They're all so "beautiful" you can say and the melodies always get stuck in my head XD
  • ❤️

    By CRPkitty
    I love all of the music! Though I prefer it when Lindsey does instrumental music I didn't mind a couple of the collabs. Gavi's song!😢
  • I love this album❤️❤️❤️

    By CriticallyUncritical
    This is a work of art. Its absolutely amazing. The only thing I dont like about this is the amount of songs featuring other artists. I prefer Lindsey on her own :)
  • Didn't like it nearly as much

    By Alex Knauth
    There were only a couple songs on here that were good. The rest were very disappointing, especially the ones that sounded more like soda and cotton candy than violin rock or dubstep should, and the ones with the singers featured were some of my least favorite. The previous two albums are worth buying all of, but the majority of this one I didn't like.
  • Astonishing!

    By Effexroks
    This album is just as good as her others. It has a lot more meaning and I am so happy she wrote it. I would recommend this to anyone. It's truly astonishing!
  • Interesting to see comments about guests

    By Syneater
    While I haven't heard Lindsey's yet (hence the one star, zero isn't really a option), a number of the comments remind me of Apocalyptica (Beoken Pieces & End of Me really stuck out both good and bad). I'll buy it and hope it's worth it.
  • Awesome Variety and Perfect Tone

    By Firstshot
    Incredible inclusion of current artists that really boost Lindsey's breadth of talent. Can't wait to see what see comes up with next. Great Job, Lindsey, you always seem to keep your authentic soul in your music. Thank you for sharing your incredible gift with all of us!