How rich is Alison Moyet?
Alison Moyet Net Worth:
Alison Moyet Net Worth:
Alison Moyet Net Worth $10.5 Million
Alison Moyet is an English pop singer-songwriter, she has a net worth of $10.5 million. Alison Moyet has got her net worth from her bluesy voice that’s resulted in UK record sales of a accredited 2.3 million, with 800,000 singles sold, all in the UK. Her net has also had all seven of her studio albums and three compilation albums charted in the Top 40 UK Album Chart, including two of the records reaching number one. Her net is additionally responsible for reaching nine Top 30 singles and five Top 10 hits on the UK Singles Chart. Alison was born in the little Essex town of Billericay, England on June 18, 1961, her dad was French and her Mom was English. She lost out of school at age 16, and began working as a shop assistant and trained as a piano tuner.
Throughout the late 1970s and early 1980s she was associated with many of punk rock, pub rock and blues groups in the South East Essex region. Bands such as the Vandals, the Screamin’Ab Dabs, the Vicars and the Small Roosters (the latter featuring Gary Lammin once of Cock Sparrer). In 1982 in the age of 21 Moyet formed the electropop duo Yazoo, it was the beginning of her mainstream pop career. Moyet released her debut solo album Alf (titled after her punk-age nickname) in 1984. She played the part of Matron ‘Mama’ Morton, and the play was originally intended to be a short run, it was extended to half a year. Following that performance Alison appeared in the play Smaller, which undertook a regional tour before a stint at London’s Lyric Theatre. She is currently married to teaching assistant David Ballard, she has three kids.
English pop singer-songwriter,Alison Moyet comes with an estimated net worth of $10.5 million. Alison Moyet has a remarkably bluesy voice, started her professional career with synth pop duo Yazoo (Yaz in the U.S.) in the early ’80s. In 1983, Moyet started a solo career, releasing her debut album, Alf, the subsequent year. During 1985, Moyet toured with a jazz band directed by John Altman; the group recorded a variant of Billie Holiday’s “That Ole Devil Called Love,” which became her biggest British hit, though the group received poor reviews. In 1986, Moyet had another important U.K. hit with “Is This Love?,” which was released while she was recording her second solo album. The record was not quite as successful in the U.S., peaking at number 94.
In 1991, Alison Moyet released her third record, Hoodoo, which was her most musically challenging collection to date. However, it did not fit the commercial success of her previous albums, failing to chart in America. Essex, TopTen fourth album, appeared in 1994 and she released a greatest-hits set, Singles, the following year. Following a close-nine-year layoff, she returned with Hometime made by the production team the Insects. Two years later and filled with standards, Voice arrived. In 2005, the album was reissued in America with her version of “Alfie” as a bonus track. After signing with the W14 Music label in late 2006, Moyet released The Turn in October 2007.
|Birth date:||June 18, 1961|
|Birth place:||Billericay, United Kingdom|
|Profession:||Singer, Singer-songwriter, Performer, Musician|
|Children:||Caitlin Ballard, Alex McCarthy, Joe Lee, London, UK, All Cried Out, Is This Love, Love Resurrection|
|Awards:||Brit Award for British Female Solo Artist|
|Nominations:||Grammy Award for Best Female Rock Vocal Performance|