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"Boulevard of Broken Dreams" Green Day cover performed by Lindsey Stirling | GRAMMY ReImagined

Boulevard of Broken Dreams" Green Day cover performed by Lindsey Stirling | GRAMMY ReImagined Recording Academy / GRAMMYs Published on Mar 14, 2017 SUBSCRIBE 297K Violinist, dancer, composer, …More
Boulevard of Broken Dreams" Green Day cover performed by Lindsey Stirling | GRAMMY ReImagined
Recording Academy / GRAMMYs
Published on Mar 14, 2017
SUBSCRIBE 297K
Violinist, dancer, composer, and performance artist Lindsey Stirling performs a cover of Green Day's "Boulevard of Broken Dreams," at the Americana Lounge in Hollywood. The song won GRAMMY Record Of The Year in 2005 and was released as Green Day's second single.
allan500
This is oddly placed here.
Ave Crux
Mattsixteen24: Agreed - in fact, it doesn't even meet objective standards for Catholic culture and civilization. Regardless of the skill displayed, it's decadent and inimical to purity of customs - a fact lamented by Our Lady in the revelations of Quito, Ecuador. Catholics need to be coherent - music which just serves to tickle our sensibilities only strengthens the sway of concupiscence over …More
Mattsixteen24: Agreed - in fact, it doesn't even meet objective standards for Catholic culture and civilization. Regardless of the skill displayed, it's decadent and inimical to purity of customs - a fact lamented by Our Lady in the revelations of Quito, Ecuador. Catholics need to be coherent - music which just serves to tickle our sensibilities only strengthens the sway of concupiscence over reason.

This piece this piece certainly doesn't belong posted on Gloria. TV
mattsixteen24
This has nothing to do with Catholicism.
Roberto 55
Nice, but she needs money for new jeans...
Rosenkönigin von Heroldsbach