Music Review- Boulevard of Broken Dreams, Lindsey Stirling (Green Day Cover)

Lindsey Stirling is one of my all time favorite music artist on YouTube. She has amazing musical and dancing talent, especially with her violin. She released her new album Brave Enough this year. It features the inspiring song Lost Girls and Forgotten City. Her cover of the Selena Gomez and Kygo song It Ain’t Me is spot on. Today, I’m reviewing her cover of the Green Day hit song Boulevard of Broken Dreams.

Diving into a rock song would a challenge for anyone who plays classically, but not for Stirling. She has no problem playing the song with reverence and adds her own unique flair to it. Backed up by brilliant percussionist and keyboard player, the song is a beautiful and graceful take on this hit song. It is excellent. The music video takes a break from her huge productions and focuses on her band performing on a sound stage.

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