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Lindsey Stirling Covers Green Day’s “Boulevard of Broken Dreams”

Lindsey Stirling Covers Green Day’s “Boulevard of Broken Dreams”

Before Lindsey Stirling‘s career took off into the stratosphere, she often shared her unique violin covers. And while Stirling is now more focused on creating her own original music and touring, she still occasionally releases a new cover. For her latest video, Stirling took on one of Green Day‘s signature songs: “Boulevard of Broken Dreams.”

Stirling recorded the song earlier this year as part of the GRAMMY ReImagined campaign that featured musical artists offering their own takes on previous Grammy winning songs. “Boulevard of Broken Dreams” won the Grammy record of the year in 2006, and it is still one of Green Day’s most famous songs. For her acoustic performance at the Americana Lounge in Hollywood, Stirling was accompanied by a keyboard player.

Although there are no lyrics in this video, the violin is more expressive than words. And if you know the song, it’s hard not to sing along. That’s one of the reasons that we love Stirling’s covers so much. Her passion for the music reminds why we loved the songs in the first place.

It’s actually been a pretty busy week for Stirling. Earlier this week, she want on Jimmy Kimmel Live! to perform her original song, “Love’s Just a Feeling” alongside Rooty.

She also shared her rendition of “The Arena.”

For music videos by Stirling, check out her YouTube Channel.

What do you think about Stirling’s latest music videos? Share your thoughts in the comment section below!

Image: Lindsey Stirling/Grammy Awards

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