Music Review- Alexander Jean and Lindsey Stirling: Stampede

Guitar player and dancer teams Alexander Jean teams-up with the epic Lindsey Stirling for a dance-off of epic proportions in Stampede. The music video is directed by Joshua Schultz. It is a perfect follow-up to Stirling’s two albums Warmer in the Winter and Brave Enough which features the inspiring songs Lost Girls and her single Mirage. As usual, she brings another piece of musical brilliance.

Stampede features Jean’s stellar guitar playing and his epic dance moves. The song is well written and well composed. Stirling wrote the music with fellow musicians Brittany Jean Carlson and Mark Ballas. Their talent shows combines perfectly with Jean’s music playing and Stirling’s powerful violin playing. The song is excellent and beautiful and shines as a marker for some epic music.

The music video of course is what makes it completely worth it. Stirling and Jean’s dance moves are top notch on the screen. They have perfect timing and it is excellently choreographed. They are skilled and highly talented for all their moves which works in perfect sync with the music that is playing on the screen.

Interested in seeing this music video? Click on the link in the picture above! Enjoyed this review? Check my post about Lindsey Stirling’s song and music video The Greatest Showman Medley. Be sure to like and share this article. Don’t forget to subscribe for more upcoming music reviews!

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