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Arizona native Lindsey Stirling’s latest music video dishes some holiday vibes

Dec 3, 2017, 12:04 PM

PHOENIX — Arizona’s very own Lindsey Stirling had one of the top trending holiday videos on YouTube this weekend for her rendition of “Carol of the Bells.”

The video was one of the top tracks from her recent holiday album “Warmer in the Winter.”

She featured many recognizable holiday-themed songs on her album including “All I Want for Christmas Is You,” “You’re a Mean One, Mr. Grinch,” “Jingle Bell Rock” and “Silent Night.”

The video featured a choreographed dance routine in a dimly lit warehouse, decorated with Christmas trees as snowflakes fell to the floor.

The album, Stirling’s fourth studio album of her career, was released in October and has peaked as the number one Billboard U. S. Holiday chart and number 32 on the Billboard Top 200.

In May, Stirling won her second Billboard Music Award for best dance/electronic album “Brave Enough.”

A local hero who grew up in Gilbert, she made the finals last season on “Dancing With the Stars” and the violinist has been featured on “Jimmy Kimmel Live.”

She is currently touring her top-rated album and is scheduled to perform in Arizona at the Comerica Theater on Dec. 23rd.

Her video at time of publishing was approaching 1.5 million views. It’s a sure thing to get you in the holiday spirit.

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