American You Tuber, violinist, dancer, performance artist and composer Lindsey Stirling Net Worth was estimated at $12 million (£8,552,640) and her annual salary is $6 million (£4270320) according to the Celebrity Net Worth in 2014. She was listed in 6th position on top highest-earning You Tuber in 2015 by Forbes.
However, her Net Worth was $6 million, 50% less than she had in a previous year.
On 20th May 2007 she began her journey as a You Tuber. Lindsey’s YouTube channel was registered with the username, Lindsey Stirling. She has uploaded 105 videos and has 10,567,069 subscribers with 2 billion views on her YouTube channel.
YouTube pays $2-$5 for every You Tubers for 1000 views on their videos. Earning form her YouTube videos is the main source to generate her wealth.
Earning from her concerts and tours have helped to increase Lindsey’s Net Worth. Lindsey posted an invitation to her fans to attend her concert in London through Instagram.
You can get an up-coming tour of her on her website Lindsey Stirling Brave Enough.
She started her musical journey in 2010 with America’s got talent. She was a quarterfinalist in America’s Got Talent season 5 and was popularly known as the Hip Hop Violinist in the show. Rejection from the show didn’t make her weak rather she became strong than ever before.
According to the Daily Motion, shortly after elimination from the show, the American videographer Devin Graham approached her to make videos with him, Lindsey agreed and began to shoot the music video of her song Spontaneous Me which became the hit.
Since then, she began to make the music video with Devin Graham for her YouTube channel. Check out the amazing music video of Lindsay, Spontaneous Me which took her to the fame.
In September 2012, Lindsey made her second YouTube channel LindseyTime where she posts videos relating to her personal life, vlogs, behind the scenes and the rest. Her YouTube channel LindseyTime contains 215 videos and has 493,051 subscribers in it.
Lindsey began her professional journey by releasing her self-titled debut album Lindsey Stirling in September 2012.
Besides, musical career, Lindsey has released her book named The Only Pirate at the Party with her sister, Brook S. Passey in 2016. The book was listed on a best-seller list of New York Times and it is about Lindsey’s journey from struggling musician to a world-class entertainer.
Lindsey has also done a movie named Brave Enough which was directed by Emmy Award-winning filmmakers Dan Cutforth and Jane Lipsitz. Check out the trailer for her movie.
Lindsey was just 16 years when she formed a rock band Stomp on Melvin with her high school friends according to the Celebrity Net Worth. She composed rock song helped her to win the title of Arizona’s Junior Miss and was awarded by America’s Junior Miss Finals competition.
Her violin song Crystallize got massive hit and was viewed 185 million times on YouTube. The song reached the top of Electronic Chart and Classical Album Chart. It was Gold certified by the RIAA and was nominated for Top Dance on Billboard Music Award in 2014.
Lindsey released her another musical album Shatter Me on September 2014 which was on the 2nd position on Billboard’s album chart and was viewed 78 million times on YouTube. 250,000 copies of the album were vend in the US. Like as Crystalline Shatter Me was also Gold Certified by RIAA and was awarded by Billboard for Top Dance/Electronic Album.
Lindsey has also experimented combining violin playing with hip-hop and dubstep. She has experimented with famous celebrities with their songs including Shaun Barrowes– Don’t Carry It All, John Legend-All of Me, Lzzy Hale-Shatter Me and so on according to the Sand Events.
Lindsey was introduced to classical music by her father Stephen Stirling when she was just 5 years old. She was very passionate about learning dance and violin, but, because of poor the financial condition, her parents could only afford to teach her one. Lindsay chose violin and joined private classes, as the fee for the classes was expensive, her parents were able to pay for half lessons. Since then, she began to self-teach and add her twist in violin with her natural talent. She plays various music styles such as from classical to pop and hip-hop to dubstep. In 2016, she lost her father who was her inspiration, Lindsey shared her image on Instagram captioning how hard was 2016 for her when she lost her dad forever.
2016 was the hardest year of my life and 2017 began with the passing of my father. I was filled with grief and I honestly didn’t know if I would ever fully laugh again, or if I’d ever be as happy as I’d been before the passing of my dad and Gavi. I’ve learned that grief is the hole left in your heart after losing someone and it’s evidence that you loved. These holes will never be filled just like the people will never be replaced but the holes force your heart to expand to making room for new love and new memories without covering the past. These last few months have have brought my true smile back. I’ve realized that I can be truly happy again, that I can laugh just as hard and that the best of my life is still ahead of me. Thank you for your love and for helping me rediscover myself.
During her spare time, Lindsey likes to motivate teenagers to have confidence in self and always be true to yourself and don’t lose faith in your goals, be bold even you are standing in a crowd.