Leni Stern, that has received even more recognition on her behalf composing than her electric guitar playing, has were able to carve out her own music personality despite getting married to fellow guitarist Mike Stern (a potentially prominent impact). She started traditional piano lessons when she was six, but was a lot more inspired a couple of years afterwards when she uncovered a guitar within the attic and trained herself to try out jazz. Stern’s early years had been in fact spent as an celebrity in her indigenous Germany, featured on the national tv program. However, she had taken a summertime off in 1977 to sign up at Berklee, and she hardly ever returned to performing. Stern resided in Boston until 1980, relocated to NY, and spent some time working steadily in night clubs ever since, documenting for Passport (right now defunct), Enja, and Lipstick. Mainly an instrumentalist before, with 1997’s Dark Guitar she exposed her prowess like a vocalist, and started releasing some albums that combined jazz, pop, and rock and roll on her personal LSR imprint, including Kindness of Strangers (2000), Finally the Rainfall Has Arrive (2002), When Evening Falls (2004), and Like Comes Silently (2006).