indsey Stirling has Gained a Ton of Notoriety with her Unique Instrumentation Chops

. July 5, 2016.

Drawing in audiences with her tremendous violin playing since she debuted her YouTube channel in 2007, Lindsey Stirling has gained a ton of notoriety with her unique instrumentation chops. In 2010, she was a quarterfinalist on America’s Got Talent before producing the album Shatter Me (2015), which won the 2015 Billboard Music Award for Top Dance/ Electronic Album. After her current tour finishes in August, she’ll begin work on her third studio album. Stirling already has an autobiography and YouTube awards under her belt, and her live shows are sure to make audiences feel differently about what the violin can do.

8pm | Friday, July 29 | $29-$75
Michigan Theater | 603 E. Liberty St.
734-668-8463 | michtheater.org

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