How much is Enya worth? - Wondering how wealthy & rich is Enya? Or maybe you\u2019re just curious about Enya's age, body measurements, height, weight, hair color, eye color, bra & waist size, bio, wiki, wealth and salary?\n\n\n\n\n\n Eithne Ni Bhraonain (Gweedore, Donegal, May 17, 1961), better known simply as Enya , is an Irish singer and songwriter of New Age music. \n Enya began her musical career in 1979, when she joined Clannad for a brief period, the musical group formed by several of her brothers and uncles, before launching her solo career. With its album Watermark, released in 1988, it reached international relevance, and Enya began to be known for its unique sound, characterized by the use of multiple "voice layers", synthesized from their own, folk melodies, synth backgrounds and ethereal reverberations.He has sung in ten different languages \u200b\u200bthroughout his career, interpreting the lyrics of the lyricist Roma Ryan, mainly in his native language, Irish Gaelic and in English, as well as Latin, Spanish, Japanese, French, the language fictional Quenya and "Loxian", a language constructed by Ryan herself, among others. \n Maintained her success in the '90s and 2000: her album A Day Without Rain, in 2000, reached the grand figure of 16 million units sold, and was named the most selling female artist in 2001. She is the solo Irish artist with the highest total sales, as well as, officially, the second exporting artist in the country, after the U2 band.The total sales of her albums have reached in 2008 the sum of 70 million units. \/ p>\n His work has deserved, among many other recognitions, the nomination to an Oscar, a Golden Globe and a Grammy for his song \u00abMay It Be\u00bb, which he composed for the movie The Lord of the Rings: The Community of the Ring . \n \n\nEnya's Biography\n Musical beginnings in Clannad\n Enya was born in Gweedore, County Donegal (Ireland), in a family of musicians; is the sixth of nine brothers (M\u00e1ire, Ciar\u00e1n, P\u00f3l, Deirdre, L\u00e9on, Bartley, Olive and Bridin). In 1968 his brothers P\u00f3l y Ciar\u00e1n, his sister M\u00e1ire (or Moya) and his twin uncles Noel and Padraig Duggan formed a band called An Clann As Dobhar, which was renamed Clannad (as a fusion of his name in Irish: An Clann a s obhar) in 1970. The group achieved great recognition in their country. In 1979, the then producer of Clannad, Nicky Ryan offered to Enya a quota in the band, accepting immediately Enya joined with 18 years of age. Ryan was the manager and producer of Clannad; Some disagreements given in the story of Nicky with Ciar\u00e1n, the brother of Enya, caused a bad relationship between them, to the point that in 1982, Ciar\u00e1n had Nicky leave the position of manager of the group. This worsened the relations of Ciar\u00e1n with Moya and P\u00f3l, but the situation worsened, and he left the band. Enya on leaving Clannad had already recorded two albums with them: Crann \u00dall and Fuaim. From that moment of the breakup of Nicky Ryan and the group's relationships, Enya and Moya supported each other in each other's solo careers, but first it was Enya's turn. \n After the separation of Clannad\n In 1982, Enya partnered with music producer Nicky Ryan with the intention of composing and performing her own music, as well as singing in several "layers of voice" to give a special sound to her songs. Upon hearing her compose, Nicky's wife, Roma Ryan was dedicated to writing inspired by Enya's compositions, which later led her to be the official lyricist of the new musical team. \n Enya's first solo work was published on two songs included in the compilation album of several artists entitled Touch Travel (1984): "An Ghaoth \u00d3n Ghrian" ("The Solar Wind"), a melancholy tune of piano and synthesizer , and "Miss Clare Remembers", which he recomposed four years later to include in his album Watermark. \n The following year he got his first relevant work contract: the movie The Frog Prince, from which he was commissioned to compose his soundtrack. Enya sang only two of the songs she composed, "The Frog Prince" and "Dreams," which were not finally used in the film. The rest of the music composed by Enya for the soundtrack (all but five classics) was arranged and performed by other artists. \n Two years later, in 1986, after hearing a demo for the documentary series The Celts, the BBC asked Enya to compose the rest of the songs for the six-episode program. After the documentary was broadcast, her music was so much liked on the BBC that they decided to organize it on an album, launched in 1987 with the eponymous title of Enya, which earned the artist recognition in the United Kingdom and the United States. , where he got a platinum record. In the next three years the album would reach the rest of the world, which was later reissued under the title of "The Celts." \n International success\n International recognition reached him with his album Watermark in 1988, which laid out the general outline that all his later albums would follow. The first single, responsible for the resounding success of the album, was \u00abOrinoco Flow\u00bb, the instrumental theme \u00abMiss Clare Remembers\u00bb, reappeared on the album. The album won four platinum albums in the United States and the United Kingdom, but in Australia, it did better, as it won five platinum albums. The disc reached thirteen platinum discs. [Citation & nbsp; required] \n In 1989 he recorded and produced his first EP album, 6 Tracks, which was modified in 1998 to commemorate the 10th anniversary of his first album. Later, in 1989, the single "O\u00edche Chi\u00fan (Silent Night)" was published, in which he makes this song popular in Enya's repertoire. In 1990, he released his second EP album, 3 Tracks EP, similar to 6 Tracks. [Citation & nbsp; required] \n Next years\n Enya releases her next studio album, Shepherd Moons in 1991. It contains the most famous songs of her time, such as "Shepherd Moons", "Angels", "Book of Days", "Caribbean Blue" and \u00abMarble Halls\u00bb (the latter was very popular in its category in 1994, when the single came out of the song). The album gets twelve platinum albums; three in Australia, five in the United States and four in the United Kingdom. \n In 1992, Enya reissued her 1987 album, and released The Celts. Modified, replaces his tune "Portrait" with "Portrait (Out of the Blue)", a more extensive version of the original song which originally appeared in 6 Tracks. \n That same year he receives the news that his sister loses presence in Clannad and launches M\u00e1ire, his first solo career album. \n Pause in his career\n Soon Enya decides to spend 1993 as a sabbatical year. He also gets a Grammy Award for his latest album. In 1994, The Christmas EP becomes the most popular EP of his career with 6 Tracks. Here two new themes appear. \n Enya released the album The Memory of Trees in 1995, which gets 11 platinum albums and a Grammy. His songs Anywhere Is, The Memory Of Trees and On My Way Home, have been popular since its launch. \n In 1997, Paint The Sky With Stars: The Best Of Enya comes out, which has two new songs. Win ten platinum albums. \n A Box of Dreams is Enya's collection of songs released in 1998. It has three albums and four new songs. Between 1997 and the end of 2000, Enya was silenced, so as not to record the indicated years. \n Return\n On November 21, 2000, after three years of pause, Enya released A Day without Rain, which made thirteen platinum records again, since its second album. \n In 2002 he recorded his single "May It Be", composed for the movie The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring, which was very close to winning the Oscar for the best original song, but lost it to "IfDid not Have You "by Randy Newman. \n A new course\n In 2005, Amarantine was released, which has made it more prominent in the musical field, and where it exhibits the language created by Roma Ryan: the Loxian, described as \u00aban advanced and futuristic language\u00bb, as well as containing a new theme, which expands the musical horizons of Enya, this is "Sumiregusa" a theme played entirely in Japanese. \n On November 10, 2008 his seventh Enya studio album was released, an album that, in principle, would be described as "Christmas" but which Enya finally describes as an album based on a winter landscape where Christmas is present . And Winter Came ... is the name of the album, and their first single was \u00abTrains and Winter Rains\u00bb. \n In December 2009, Enya released a second compilation album, entitled The Very Best of Enya, which features hits from her production, such as \u00abOrinoco Flow\u00bb, \u00abCaribbean Blue\u00bb, \u00abAnywhere Is\u00bb and \u00abTrains and Winter Rains \u00bb, among others. \n In a May 2011 interview, Enya's music representative announced that the artist was already working on a new album (the eighth), and that much of her recording is taking place at Abbey's London studios Road, the same site where Enya recorded her songs for The Lord of the Rings in 2002: The Fellowship of the Ring. \n The return after 7 years\n On September 16, 2015 the composition of an eighth album of the singer was confirmed. A 23-second excerpt from the new unreleased track "The Humming" was published on its website. It also exposes a new image; its original logo on a blue background with the message "Coming Soon", as well as a registration form to receive new news. This ensures the publication of a new disk. Not only that, it has also updated other social media platforms such as Facebook, Twitter, its YouTube channel and the creation of a new Instagram account. \n Also on October 2, 2015, he published a new promotional video for the song "Echoes In Rain" which lasted 15 seconds. On October 7, the title, Dark Sky Island, is announced and confirmed, and the official launch of the first single called "Echoes In Rain" on the radio station BBC Radio 2 at 11.30 am (London time) for the day is reported. October 8th. Later, on October 30, the song "SoCould Find My Way" was released as the second single on the album. On November 6, the official video clip of the song was published. On November 13, the song "Even In The Shadows" was also released as the third single from the album. Also that day, the song "The Humming" was released as a promotional song and single in some European countries. \n This new album marks the longest return of Enya after a break of seven years. \n\n\n\n\n\nEnya Net Worth - $140 Million\n\n\n\n\n\nMore Facts about Enya\n\nThe Enya's statistics like age, body measurements, height, weight, bio, wiki, net worth posted above have been gathered from a lot of credible websites and online sources. But, there are a few factors that will affect the statistics, so, the above figures may not be 100% accurate.