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Kennedy Unthank

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“To do what you do, you’ve got to be a world-class violinist,” said Piers Morgan.

Well, challenge accepted.

Lindsey Stirling didn’t let her elimination from America’s Got Talent in 2010 dissuade her. And through her eponymous YouTube channel, she’s been wowing her millions of fans through her songwriting, violin playing, and dancing—often doing the latter two simultaneously. Indeed, some might say that those judges made the biggest mistake of the year in eliminating Stirling.

Throughout the years, she’s collaborated with popular artists such as Pentatonix, Owl City and John Legend. And with her channel and many concert tours, Stirling has amassed a large fanbase who love her unique blend of violin with electronic and rock music.

If all that doesn’t make someone a world-class violinist, then I don’t know what does.


Stirling is really good at playing violin. In fact, she’s even able to dance in choreographed movements while she performs, which is no easy feat. The musician’s joy in her playing may encourage many viewers to find the time to learn their own musical instrument, too.

Stirling has also used her fame in order to support non-profits and charities, such as the Ronald McDonald House Charities and Toys for Tots. She’s also started her own nonprofit, The Upside Fund, which is “focused on supporting people in need of assistance to pay off medical debt.”

While Stirling’s music scarcely contains any lyrics whatsoever, focusing instead on her violin, viewers can listen to renditions of Christian Christmas songs like O Holy Night and Angels We Have Heard On High.


Stirling’s hit song and album Artemis are named after the Greek goddess, taking direct inspiration from the “goddess of the moon.” In the music video for the song, Stirling wears an antler headdress as symbolism for the goddess.

Some conservative families may find a few of Stirling’s performing outfits to be a bit revealing.


At one point, America’s Got Talent judge Sharon Osbourne told Stirling that she didn’t think Stirling’s skills would be enough to fill a theater in Vegas. Now, there’s no theater in Vegas that would have enough room to fit all of Stirling’s fans.

Aside from a couple issues, Lindsey Stirling, the channel, won’t have much on it that will concern families—unless they’ve got a fear of impressive violin skills.

Kennedy Unthank

Kennedy Unthank studied journalism at the University of Missouri. He knew he wanted to write for a living when he won a contest for “best fantasy story” while in the 4th grade. What he didn’t know at the time, however, was that he was the only person to submit a story. Regardless, the seed was planted. Kennedy collects and plays board games in his free time, and he loves to talk about biblical apologetics. He thinks the ending of Lost “wasn’t that bad.”