Jennifer Rush Bio, Age, Career, Songs, Albums And The Power of Love

Jennifer Rush Biography

Jennifer Rush is an American singer and songwriter. Rush achieved success with the release of several singles and albums including  “The Power of Love,” which she co-wrote and released in 1984.

Jennifer was born Heidi Stern in Astoria in Queens, New York and has two more seasoned siblings. Her dad, Maurice Stern is an operatic tenor, voice instructor, and stone worker. Her folks separated, and she and her siblings lived with her mom until Rush was a baby, and after that with her dad and his second spouse in the Upper West Side of Manhattan.

Jennifer considered violin at the Juilliard School and furthermore figured out how to play the piano, despite the fact that she didn’t appreciate these instruments and rather took to playing the guitar in private.

At the point when Rush was nine, the Stern family moved to Germany. They came back to the US when she was a young person. She likewise lived for a period in Seattle, when her dad was a teacher of voice at the University of Washington.

Jennifer Rush
Jennifer Rush

Jennifer Rush Age

She was born as Heidi Stern on September 28, 1960.

Jennifer Rush Body Measurements

She is slim but her body measurement is unknown. The Libra lady has a good height and a healthy weight. Her dark brown hair and brown colored eyes have made her more attractive. There is no information about her dress and feet size.

Jennifer Rush Family

Rush was born Heidi Stern in Astoria in Queens, New York and has two older brothers. Her father, Maurice Stern is an operatic tenor, voice teacher, and sculptor. Her parents divorced, and she and her brothers lived with her mother until Rush was a toddler, and then with her father and his second wife in the Upper West Side of Manhattan.

When Rush was nine, the Stern family moved to Germany. They returned to the US when she was a teenager. She also lived for a time in Seattle, when her father was a professor of voice at the University of Washington.

Jennifer Rush Education

Rush studied violin at the Juilliard School and also learned to play the piano, although she did not enjoy these instruments and instead took to playing the guitar in private.

Jennifer Rush Marriage

Because of maintaining a low personal profile, Jennifer fans are keen to know about her marital status and husband identity. As per the records, the American singer is still single. As per her available wiki, there are no records of her past dating and relationship issues. Even at the age of the late ’50s, she is unable to find a romantic partner in her life as a husband.

Jennifer Rush Death

Despite her old age, Jennifer Rush is still very much alive.

Jennifer Rush Net Worth

Rush has her own identity in the entertainment industry. Due to her hard work, love, and passion, she has earned both name and fame. Her net worth including her salary is under review. But by her lavish lifestyle, it is assumed that she has a whopping net worth.

Jennifer Rush Music Career

Jennifer’s first collection, titled with her unique name of Heidi Stern, was discharged locally in Seattle, Washington, in 1979. Subsequent to meeting vocalist, lyricist and maker Gene McDaniels in Seattle, Rush traveled to LA to record demo tunes with him.

Jennifer credits McDaniels just like her first and most persuasive tutor as a musician and vocalist. In 1982, after McDaniels’ industriousness, Rush moved to Wiesbaden, Germany, where her dad was locked in as a show vocalist.

As performers, both her dad and McDaniels knew that Germany had been exceptionally inviting to female artists. Albeit Rush isn’t of German legacy, she spoke some German, having spent a piece of her initial youth in Germany.

Jennifer kept on being a productive lyricist and co-composed huge numbers of the melodies on her collections, with her makers most remarkably being Desmond Child, Phil Ramone, Michael J. Powell, Barry Eastmond, Christopher Neil, and Diane Warren.

She scored hits as a vocalist all through Europe, Africa, and Asia with tunes like “Ring of Ice,” “Predetermination,” “I Come Undone,” “Madonna’s Eyes,” “Flares of Paradise” (a two-part harmony with Elton John), “25 Lovers,” “Till I Loved You” (a two-part harmony with Plácido Domingo), “Heart Over Mind”, “You’re My One and Only,” “Who Wants to Live Forever” (a two-part harmony with Brian May from Queen), and “Amigos Para Siempre” (a two-part harmony with José Carreras).

Jennifer’s folks had initially met when they were the two understudies at the Eastman School of Music in Rochester, New York. Jennifer devoted her first collection discharge to her mom, “In Memory of Barbara,” who had kicked the bucket from malignant growth before its discharge and multi-million deals around the world.

Her more seasoned siblings both additionally progressed toward becoming performers: Robert “Bobby” Stern turned into a saxophonist, and Stephen Stern turned into a guitarist, an artist, and lyricist, utilizing the name “Stevie Blue”.

In 2010, Rush uncovered that she embraced her craftsman name “Jennifer” at the request of her first distributing/recording organization, CBS Songs, the distributing unit of CBS Germany, with whom she marked her first agreements.

At the earliest reference point of her vocation, she needed to focus just on her songwriting, not on singing. It was the co-composed single “The Power of Love,” the fifth and last single discharge from her first LP, that turned into the greatest selling single of 1985 in the United Kingdom, just as turning into a critical hit in Australia, Ireland, Canada, Denmark, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, Norway, Portugal, South Africa and Sweden, and was recorded in the Guinness Book of World Records as “the smash hit single by a female independent craftsman throughout the entire existence of the British music industry.” “The Power of Love” held that status until 1992, when it was beaten by Whitney Houston’s “I Will Always Love You,” which was later itself surpassed by Cher’s “Accept.”

“The Power of Love” beat the diagrams for over about two months in Australia, South Africa, and various European nations. Yet, however it arrived at number one of every few different nations, Rush’s adaptation arrived at just number 57 in the United States Billboard Hot 100 graph. After a few spread forms by different specialists, the Celine Dion rendition made a U.S. outline sway in 1994.

Jennifer stays fruitful singing in both English and Spanish, where her next two collections arrived at number 1 for 14 weeks and 9 weeks separately. In the UK, in any case, her diagram vocation saw just a couple of sporadic blasts of progress, yet she managed three top 50 collections. Her 1987 collection Heart over Mind, highlighting pieces by Desmond Child, Michael Bolton, and Diane Warren, and guitar work from Richie Sambora (Bon Jovi), acquired her Top 40 achievement her nation of origin, with “Flares of Paradise,” the Elton John two-part harmony referenced previously. She additionally recorded the two-part harmonies in like manner referenced above with Michael Bolton, Plácido Domingo, and Brian May.

Jennifer manufactured her prosperity through the 1990s, discharging four collections, the last being 1998’s Classics, alongside new melodies, and furthermore re-recording her greatest hits with the Hungarian Philharmonic Orchestra.

After that she took a break in New York, committing time to her little girl, who was conceived in 1993. She has as of late freely recognized being known as a musician and not a vocalist in New York City enabled her to bring her little girl up in what she considered a more steady condition than she was raised.

She could in any case travel and perform, yet in addition, appreciated the conceded extravagance of songwriting with associates dependent on the East Coast and being accessible to her little girl as a single parent. A progression of most prominent hits arrangement collections followed in the new thousand years.

She discharged a boxed set Stronghold – The Collector’s HitBox in August 2007. This assemblage incorporated every Rush single from 1982 to 1991 (with her first record organization), and in their “expanded renditions,” as accessible. It additionally incorporated all the B-sides and other uncommon or unreleased tracks (among them four James Bond signature tunes, recorded live in 1984 and just discharged in an extremely constrained release by the Berlin Philharmonic).

On March 6, 2009, she reported on her official site that she had marked an overall chronicle contract with Sony Music/Ariola for just a single collection, Now Is the Hour, which was discharged in 2010.

This denoted an arrival to the account name where she had made her universal achievement during the 1980s and on which she had discharged the initial five studio collections of her vocation. Presently Is the Hour was discharged on March 5, 2010, in the greater part of Europe, and on March 8, 2010, in the UK.

Jennifer Rush Songs

Here is a list of her songs;

  • “Tonight”
    (as Heidi Stern)
  • “Into My Dreams”
  • “Come Give Me Your Hand”
  • “25 Lovers”
  • “Ring of Ice”
  • “The Power of Love”
  • “Destiny”
  • “Madonna’s Eyes”
  • “If You’re Ever Gonna Lose My Love”
  • “The Power of Love (Remix)”
  • “I Come Undone”
  • “Flames of Paradise”
    (Duet with Elton John)
  • “Heart Over Mind”
  • “Another Way”
  • “You’re My One and Only”
  • “Keep All the Fires Burning Bright”
  • “Love Get Ready”
  • “Till I Loved You”
    (Duet with Plácido Domingo)
  • “Higher Ground”
  • “Wings of Desire”
  • “We Are the Strong”
  • “Ave Maria (Survivors of a Different Kind)”
  • “Never Say Never”
  • “Vision of You”
  • “A Broken Heart”
  • “Tears in the Rain”
  • “Out of My Hands”
  • “Das Farbenspiel des Winds”
    (Pocahontas’ “The Colours of the Wind”)
  • “Credo”
  • “Sweet Thing”
  • “The End of a Journey”
  • “Ring of Ice” (Classics version)
  • “Before the Dawn”
  • “Echoes Love”

Jennifer Rush Albums

Here is a list of her albums;

  • Heidi (as Heidi Stern)
  • Jennifer Rush *
  • Movin’ *
  • Heart Over Mind
  • Passion
  • Wings of Desire
  • The Power of Jennifer Rush
  • Jennifer Rush
  • Out of My Hands
  • Credo
  • Classics
  • The Power of Love: The Best of Jennifer Rush
  • Stronghold – The Collector’s HitBox
  • Now Is the Hour

Jennifer Rush Ring of Ice

Jennifer Rush Heart Over Mind

Heart Over Mind is the third studio collection by American artist Jennifer Rush. It was discharged in 1987 and highlighted the hits “I Come Undone”, “Flares of Paradise” (a two-part harmony with Elton John) and “Heart Over Mind”.

Here is the list of the tracks in this album;

Side One

  • “I Come Undone” (Ellen Shipley, Morrie Brown) – 4:06
  • “Down to You” (Jennifer Rush, Desmond Child) – 4:30
  • “Heart Over Mind” (Taylor Rhodes, Tom Deluca) – 4:10
  • “Search the Sky” (Harold Faltermeyer, Rush, Tom Whitlock) – 4:39
  • “Flames of Paradise” (Bruce Roberts, Andy Goldmark) – 4:42

Side Two

  • “Love of a Stranger” (Faltermeyer, Whitlock, Rush) – 4:02
  • “Heart Wars” (Child, Rick Nowels) – 3:17
  • “Stronghold” (Roberts, Goldmark) – 4:23
  • “Sidekick” (Roberts, Goldmark) – 4:09
  • “Call My Name” (Michael Bolton, Mark Radice, Rush) – 4:13

Below are the lyrics to the song;

Jennifer Rush The Power of Love

“The Power of Love” is a tune co-composed and initially recorded by Jennifer Rush in 1984. It has been secured by a few craftsmen, most quite via Air Supply, Celine Dion and Laura Branigan.

Surge’s unique variant, discharged in her local United States toward the finish of 1984 and in Europe during 1985, went to number one in the United Kingdom in October 1985 and turned into the greatest selling single of the year in that nation.

It was additionally the main single in a few other European nations, just as Canada, Australia, and New Zealand. Dion’s adaptation went to number one in the United States, Canada and Australia in 1994. The melody has been converted into a few dialects, turning into a pop standard.

Jennifer Rush, You’re My One And Only

Jennifer Rush Come Give Me Your Hand

Jennifer Rush 25 Lovers

Jennifer Rush – The Power Of Love (Official Video) (VOD)