From playing kantele (a 36 string) in Finland to singer/songwriter in Los Angeles, Minna Stenberg tells us her story and tips on songwriting.
Minna Stenberg is a folk/pop/indie singer/songwriter, in Los Angeles, California. She was born and raised in a small town in Finland, where she first started playing a finnish instrument kantele at a young age. Later on she moved on to learning guitar, singing and songwriting. Her songs are heavily influenced by personal experiences and acoustic folk music. In 2011 she left her home in Finland to attend Musician’s Institute in Hollywood, studying vocals and recording her first demo EP. After graduating in march 2013 she returned to Finland for a while, where she is currently writing new songs and performing as a backup vocalist.
- From Finland
- Her parents used to be DJ´s,
- Her dad was a drummer
- She was going to be a magician and musician
- Plays Kantele, 36 string
- Plays guitar, piano, ukelele, drums
- “Hit Songwriter´s Class” Allan Rich
- Song for her God Daughter Oona
- Life in LA
Minna shows us how to sound like a dinosaur
SONG OF THE SHOW
“Pretend” by Minna Stenberg
Minna playing her 36 string Kantele
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