b. 11 January 1870, NEW YORK, NY, USA, d. 31 March 1934. A self-taught but relatively amateurish pianist, Stern was a exploring salesman when he fulfilled another salesman, Edward B. Marks (1865-1944). Marks got currently dabbled with tune lyrics. One night time, once the two guys had been stormbound in a little resort they whiled apart the time creating a tune about something in the neighborhood paper. With foresight, Stern and Marks create their own submitting company because of their ‘The Little Dropped Kid’ and shortly found themselves wealthy. The tune’s reputation with vaudeville viewers led to both guys deciding to create songwriting and submitting their regular work. Another few years noticed them write tracks such as for example ‘No One Ever Loved A LOT MORE THAN I’, ‘My Mom Was A Female’, ‘Video games We UTILIZED TO Play’ and ‘Don’t Use Your Heart ON YOUR OWN Sleeve’. Their design of track became just a little dated following the change of the hundred years and quickly Stern made a decision to retire. Marks continuing publishing tunes and worked well briefly in nationwide government.