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Portraits of Lindsey Stirling Fans

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Name? Samantha Johnson

Age: 27

Education: Scottsdale Community College Alumni

What's your favorite Lindsey Stirling song?

"Shatter Me" (newer choice) and "Crystalize" (older choice)

Why is seeing Lindsey Stirling worth $40 to you?

"She's local, and I like supporting local artists. ... She's also a fellow geek female and a strong role model."

What are three reasons why people should listen to Lindsey Stirling?

The same reasons. She's a strong female role model, she's part of the geek community, and her blend of classical with newer music like dubstep appeals to a wider audience.

What genre of music do you dislike most?

Rap, hip-hop and country.

Rolling Stones or the Beatles?

Beatles

Society's biggest problem is...

Violence.

Who do you consider to be the most offensive pop star?

Miley Cyrus.

Name: Denna Martineau

Age: 75

Education: Mesa High School, Class of '56

What's your favorite Lindsey Stirling song?

I listened to some of her songs on Youtube, I don't have one.

Why is seeing Lindsey Stirling worth $40 to you?

Because my grandson bought me tickets, he thought I would like it.

What are three reasons why people should listen to Lindsey Stirling?

The music is clean, beautiful and entertaining, and pleasant to watch and listen to.

What genre of music do you dislike most?

Anything too loud. I don't think there's any that don't have anything I wouldn't like.

Rolling Stones or the Beatles?

The Beatles.

Society's biggest problem is...

The destruction of families, society is not supportive of families.

Who do you consider to be the most offensive pop star?

I don't know. I didn't like Eminem, they never made a song I liked.

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