After picking up an acoustic guitar and then moving onto bass guitar, Cary fronted her own bands from the age of 13 in and around the Coventry and Warwickshire area. For Cary, after-school activities included playing at the local working men's social clubs and hotel residencies with her band.
In the early 80's, after forming Coventry outfit L'Homme De Terre, then recording a '45' vinyl single with Armalite, her love of music continued as she played in both original and cover bands. At 21 Cary turned professional with a Country and Western group - highlights included touring Cyprus entertaining the troops, a trip to Nashville in June 1985 to appear at the 15th Country Music Association Awards and playing the infamous 'Bluebird Cafe', going on to eventually form an all female rock group. She has travelled extensively Worldwide taking in some UK and foreign TV appearances, as well as festivals along the way. Still based in the UK, several years later Cary writes and records original material playing bass and electric guitars, as well as undertaking the lead and backing vocals under the name of
'Cary L' and 'Blush'. Songs are mainly in a pop genre with female vocals and Cary calls on friends to assist.