About Lindsey Stirling
From writing plays at the age of 8 to wearing a costume to her first day of school, Lindsey has always marched to the beat of her own drummer. She has been playing the violin for 19 years and although she was classically trained she now explores every style of music. She first stepped away from classical when joined her first rock band-Stomp on Melvin- at the age of 16.
In 2005 Lindsey won the title of Arizona’s Jr Miss and She went on to win the talent category at the National Jr. Miss competition. More recently, she was a contestant on America’s Got Talent where Sharon Osborne called her “electrifying.” Since then, she has become an international performer entertaining millions worldwide. Through her electrifying playing, she stands for the fact that you don’t have to conform to be accepted; the greatest value comes from loving yourself for who you are.
The JamBase 20th Anniversary 20 For 20 series continues with a list of the 20 Biggest Bust Outs of the past 20 years.
On this date in 2003 Phish treated fans to a top-shelf performance filled with two unbelievable bust outs and plenty of wild jams.
The Avett Brothers worked a slew of rarities including a number of “pretty” songs into their first concert of Avett Brothers At The Beach 2020 on Thursday in the Dominican Republic.
Guitarist Scott Metzger and Circles Around The Sun kicked off their winter tour at The 8×10 in Baltimore on Thursday night.
Listen to an audience recording of opening night of the Family Strings run of shows featuring Billy Strings and his father Terry Barber.