Imelda May Net Worth

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Imelda May net worth is
$5.5 Million

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Imelda May has brought in her net worth from her music career which she began at the age of 15. She released her debut record in 2005; she also plays the bodhran and guitar. She was the winner for Best Female Artist of the Year award at the 2009 Meteor Awards. Imelda was born on July 10, 1974 in Dublin in an area called The Liberties. Nine performed within an ad for Findus Fish Fingers at the age of 14, however her music career did not formally started until she was 16 when she started touring the Dublin nightclub circuit. Sometimes nine was barred and never permitted to perform at the Dublin’s Bruxelles nightclub because she was underage.

Imelda May Net Worth $5.5 Million Dollars

Nine moved to the United Kingdom in 1998, and there she started singing with Blue Harlem and Mike Sanchez. May formed began her own group in 2003 and released the record No Turning Back. This debut record was broadcast by Foot Tap Records and was recorded under nine’s name, Imelda Clabby; this was the beginning of her professional career. May and her group specialized in rockabilly music, in 2005 the record was re-recorded and reissued by Foot Tap Records under her married name. May who’s a vegetarian is married to Darrel Higham who’s her guitarist and group member.

Quick Facts

Birth date: July 10, 1974
Birth place: The Liberties, Dublin, Republic of Ireland
Height:5 feet and 3 inches
Profession:Musician, Singer, Singer-songwriter, Composer
Nationality:Republic of Ireland
Spouse:Darrel Higham (m. 2002)
Children:Violet Kathleen Higham
Parents:Madge Clabby, Tony Clabby, Johnny Got A Boom Boom, Big Bad Handsome Man, Tainted Love
Nominations:VIP Style Award for Look of the Year
Movies:Jeff Beck: Rock 'N' Roll Party Honoring Les Paul

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