This is really fresh news. Anything that can help us rock to the beat and enjoy
our day is super! And this article and her music do just that! :)
Boy, this gal is terrific!
Love her! Just fantastic.
I didn't think youtube was allowed at byu.
Hiphop and dubstep are not the same thing, sorry. For some actual hip hop
violin, check out Emily Wells.
I believe her music videos are produced by Devin Graham. He also has an amazing
Youtube channel that gets millions of viewers.
What an astounding and beautiful talent. I watched one of her youtube
productions. Excellent! ET Bass, Why wouldn't it be allowed at BYU?
Wow! Simply great. Unique - a cougar with a Ute fan. I will follow you path
to success. (just happy you are not into athletics!) Good Luck.
What I most enjoy about Lindsey's videos is, she proves one can be
talented, beautiful and modest all at the same time. If several boys
were gathered around a computer watching one of Lindsey's videos, they
wouldn't have to quickly turn it off if Mom or little sister came into the
room. In fact, if anything, they could sit right down and enjoy the video with
them. Keep up the great work, Lindsey. We need more performers like
@ Ernest T. BassThe youtube site was once blocked on campus
computers but it hasn't been that way for about 2 1/2 years. It's use
has always been allowed by BYU (not prohibited from the honor code), but it just
wasn't always available on campus.
Re: slugworthShe only has one dubstep song. Others of hers are much
closer to hip-hop.
She's talented and beautiful; however, after watching most of her videos I
find much of what she does to be repetitive. One trick ponies don't have
very long careers.Kudos to whomever does her videos ... that guy
does amazing work and will likely be the one we all be talking about in 5 years.
No mention of her dressing up as Link and playing music from The Legend of Zelda
video game series, complete with elf ears? Probably her most popular work.Exceptionally adorable as well.
A really fun video. Nice team work.
Everywhere I look, everyone is saying how beautiful, inspiring, and talented
Lindsey Sterling is. I think that combination is just awesome and I don't
know how many others I could say that of. Zelda is what reeled me
in. Seriously, who can say no to Zelda music? Nearly every Nintendo theme I
heard is what kept me playing piano when I was younger to where I know each
theme inside out and backwards (sad I know)- but my point is from that
background/point-of-view and everyone other Zelda fanatic I know... we all think
her Zelda theme (and video) is simply perfect.All that said, Shadows
I think is the one I'm most addicted to. It's become my official
work-out video on my Kindle and I'm even listening to it right now, lol. I
subscribe to her Youtube Channel and have watched everything on there multiple
times. I'm officially a Lindsey Sterling addict. I can't explain it,
she's just inspiring and awesome. Any visibility for her I think will be
great for everyone.I am suddenly in the mood to play around with a
new Zelda arrangement. lol Go violin!
rvalens2, a lot of her songs have a similar style but she does have some
noticeable variations in style. It wouldn't hurt her to branch out more,
but a lot of successful people in the music world get that way by doing what
they do best. The real key is to keep writing and writing and writing. The more
you do the more you'll have some repetitive flops, but you'll also hit
the sweet spot with people from time to time.Why can't we talk
about Devin AND Lindsey in 5 years? I will! :)
Will someone please explain to me why everything associated with that half-genre
of music (Rap, hiphop, whatever,...) is so wonderful?Has no one
heard of Savatage who now performs as TransSiberian Orchestra or Apocalyptica?
I'm a big fan of both Lindsey and Devin Graham. They have done some amazing
things with the YouTube medium, and I'm sure both will continue to innovate
and push the envelope. I believe we will indeed be talking about them both in 5
years.Another YouTube channel we thoroughly enjoy is The Piano Guys,
also a Utah sensation...check them out!All three artists have
mastered the power of cross-collaboration with other YouTube artists to broaden
their audience, which is smart use of the medium.