Edie Brickell

Name: Edie Brickell ( Edie Brickell )
Born: March 10, 1966
Age: 54 years old
Birthplace: Dallas, Texas, USA
Height: 175 Feet
Occupation: singer-songwriter
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  • Horoscope: Pisces
  • Net worth: $10 000 000
  • Nationality: American
  • Fathers name: Paul Edward Brickell
  • Mothers name: Linden Brickell
  • Education: Southern Methodist University
  • Hair color: Brown
  • Eye color: brown
  • Match marriage: married
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    Edie Brickell: biography

    Edie Brickell, 53-year singer and songwriter made her first footsteps on the world of showbusiness with the music band New Bohemians. After working with the collective for several years, Brickell began creating solo projects – one of them was her successful album Volcano coming out in 2003. We’re glad to introduce singer’s life to you!

    Childhood and youth

    Edie Brickell’s birthplace is Texas – he was brought up in the family of Paul and his wife, Larry. Edie was not bored while growing up – he has a sister Laura Strain. The two have always been in a close relationship. Having enrolled at a college, the celebrity dropped out of it for the sake of concentrating more on her music career.

    Music career

    Edie Brickell & New Bohemians

    While studying at a high school, Brickell had a close pal who introduced her to the world of music. So, once in 1985 that girl, a member of the music collective named New Bohemians, offered Edie perform with the band at a local pub. The latter liked that friendly musical atmosphere and joined the band to serve there as a lead singer and write lyrics. Shortly after, the group concluded a contract with a recording company, and it was renamed to Edie Brickell & New Bohemians. 1988 brought the musicians their first collection entitled ‘Shooting Rubberbands at the Stars.’ It happened to be an enormous success – and fans especially liked its track ‘What I Am.’ Two years later, the group dropped one more album under the name ‘Ghost of a Dog’, including the song ‘Black And Blue.’

    The next group’s biggest hit was published only in 2006 – it was the album ‘Stranger Things.’

    Solo career

    In 1989 fans could see Edie Brickell acting in the picture Born on the Fourth of July – she portrayed there a folk musician and sang ‘A Hard Rain's a-Gonna Fall’ by Bob Dylan as the movie’s soundtrack. In 1990 Brickell performed with the track ‘Walk on the Wild Side’ starring in the movie Flashback.

    Speaking about her solo projects, in 1994 she dropped her first collection ‘Picture Perfect Morning.’ In 2003 she added the album ‘Volcano’ to the list of her works. 1992 brought Brickell a collaboration with Bob Wiseman. However, their singles have not been released as the recording firm denied to produce it.

    The Gaddabouts

    In 2010 the singer joined the music collective The Gaddabouts. It consisted of 8 members, apart from her. The following year, Edie created one of her best songs ‘The Meaning of Life’ which advanced to the top of the Billboard chart.

    Steve Martin and Edie Brickell

    In 2013 the singer began working alongside Steve Martin. The two published their first project ‘Love Has Come for You’ in spring of the same year. As a promotion of the collection, they visited various TV programs and embarked on a tour around America.

    Edie and Steven contributed to the play named Bright Star.

    In 2017 they were seen among actors of the picture The American Epic Sessions.

    Personal life

    Edie Brickell has a husband - Paul Simon. They tied the knot in 1992. In spring 2014 the spouses were accused of a domestic disturbance, but the allegations were later dropped.

    Edie Brickell’s net worth is evaluated at $10 million.

    Discography

    • Ghost of a Dog (1990)
    • Volcano (2003)
    • Edie Brickell (2011)
    • Good Times (2011)
    • Look Out Now! (2012)
    • So Familiar (2015)
    • Rocket (2018)

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