Jennifer Rush Children. Who are they?

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The renowned American pop and rock vocalist Jennifer Rush was born Heidi Stern on September 28, 1960. He has made a lasting impression on the music business with her mesmerizing voice and dynamic live performances. Over the course of a multi-decade career, Rush became well-known worldwide in the middle of the 1980s after releasing studio albums and chart-topping singles.

Early Life

Rush had a musical bent from an early age, having been born in Queens, New York City, as Heidi Stern. Raised in Manhattan’s Upper West Side, she first lived with her mother and subsequently with her father and his second wife. She has two elder brothers. After studying violin at the esteemed Juilliard School, Rush eventually discovered that the guitar was her actual instrument, despite her initial aversion to instruments like the piano.

The Stern family moved to Germany when Jennifer was nine years old, exposing her to a wide range of cultural influences. During her early years, her family moved back to the United States and she briefly resided in Seattle, Washington, where her father worked as a voice professor at the University of Washington.


Jennifer Rush’s career took a dramatic shift in 1979 when she released her first studio album in Seattle under the legal name Heidi Stern. Her career took off after a chance meeting with singer, songwriter, and producer Gene McDaniels in Seattle. McDaniels took on the role of mentor, helping Rush hone his songwriting and vocal abilities.

Encouraged by McDaniels, Rush made a significant shift to Wiesbaden, Germany in 1982, where her father was pursuing an opera singing career. Her international career began when she got a songwriting contract with CBS Songs Publishing Company in Frankfurt.

The co-written track “The Power of Love,” which was taken from Jennifer Rush’s debut studio album in 1984, was her big break. The UK’s biggest-selling single of 1985 was this song, which achieved extraordinary popularity and held the title. As the best-selling song by a female solo artist in British music history, it peaked at the top of charts throughout the globe and was inducted into the Guinness Book of World Records.

With collaborations with well-known musicians like Elton John on her third studio album, “Heart Over Mind” (1987), she routinely peaked at the top of the charts in Europe.

Rush recorded many albums in the 1990s, including “Classics” (1998), which included re-recordings of her greatest songs with the Hungarian Philharmonic Orchestra. After that, she took a short break to spend time with her daughter, who was born in 1993.

In 2010, Rush signed a recording contract with Sony Music/Ariola, marking a substantial comeback to her original sound. Her return to the music industry with the album “Now Is the Hour” demonstrated her continued significance.

Who are Jennifer Rush’s Children?

Jennifer Rush has a daughter called Ariel Stern Rush. There is not much information about her.


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