Lindsey Stirling to Perform at Sundance's ASCAP Music Café: Other Performers Include Scott Weiland, Andrew Dost of fun. and Jamestown Revival

By Jaime Prisco on Jan 07, 2015 02:42 PM EST

The 17th annual Sundance ASCAP Music Café has announced its lineup for the 2014 Film Festival with violinist Lindsey Stirling set as one of the performers. Other acts announced by the organization include Scott Weiland, Andrew Dost of fun. and Jamestown Revival.

According to its website, Sundance will present a dynamic mix of emerging and established songwriters and artists, specially curated by ASCAP, and will run during the daytime from Jan. 23 to 30.

Stirling is known for her electronic violin, dancing and composing. She rose to popularity after her appearance on America’s Got Talent in 2010. Though she did not win the competition, the exposure helped her to become a YouTube sensation in 2012, when her song “Crystallize” became one of the top 10 most-watched videos of that year, with more than 42 million views and more than 5.5 million subscribers. Stirling was also recently the focus of a two-part documentary television series “Song by Song,” which premiered on Ovation TV.

"Every great film needs music. For 17 years now, Sundance and ASCAP have celebrated the marriage of sound and vision at the Sundance ASCAP Music Café. If you are a filmmaker seeking the perfect music for your next perfect project, stop by the Café to hear some of your favorite songwriters and composers and discover some new ones. The Café is your connection to great music at the Sundance Film Festival,” says ASCAP Assistant Vice President and Sundance ASCAP Music Café producer Loretta Muñoz.

The Music Café will be at Rich Haines Gallery in Park City, Utah, and will be open to all festival credential holders with performances set to begin at 2 p.m. For the complete ASCAP lineup, click here.

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