Berklee College of Music Assistant Professor Lenny Stallworth believes that in order to generate inspiration and create greatness, imitation is a necessity—that by imitating the greats, any musician can become great themselves. By connecting with music culturally and spiritually, Stallworth creates music that is joyful for all.
Lenny Stallworth was born and raised in Moss Point on the Mississippi Gulf Coast. He started playing the electric bass at age eleven, and at twelve joined his first funk and soul band called “The Super Soul Movement.” In 1973, the group recorded their first vinyl single entitled “Bad, Bad, Bad, Ain’t That Something.” At eighteen, he was recruited to go on the road with the legendary show band “Poo Nanny”. Touring "the Chittlin Circuit", it was there where Lenny earned the nickname "Liquicklenny The Groove Master”. In 1985, he chose to explore different genres of music bringing him to Boston, MA to study at Berklee College Of music. Through personal work and his studies, Lenny quickly became well-known in the local and regional circuit. Lenny is the bassist for RH Factor. He has toured the world with both this group and other various artists. Currently, Lenny is an assistant professor at Berklee College of Music, where he teaches in the Performance division and the Bass Department.He is currently in the studio collaborating with several emerging artists, as well as working on his debut album, scheduled for release later this year... STAY TUNED!