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|Birth date:||September 1, 1957|
|Birth place:||Havana, Cuba|
|Height:||5 ft 1 in (1.57 m)|
|Profession:||Singer-songwriter, Actor, Restaurateur, Hotel manager, Entrepreneur|
|Nationality:||United States of America|
|Spouse:||Emilio Estefan (m. 1978)|
|Children:||Nayib Estefan, Emily Marie Consuelo|
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Gloria Estefan is a Cuban-born American singer songwriter and entrepreneur with an estimated net worth of $500 million. Her dad was a Cuban soldier and bodyguard for former Cuban dictator Fulgencio Batista. Her dad joined the U.S. Army and fought in the Vietnam war. Upon returning in the war, Gloria’s dad fell ill with multiple sclerosis. Youthful Gloria was left to become her dad’s caretaker. She’d no social life because of her enormous obligation. She’d frequently sing instead of shout to escape her troubles. Little did she understand that singing would become her way out.
Gloria Estefan Net Worth $500 Million
Gloria went to attend the University of Miami where she majored in psychology using a minor in French. In 1975 Gloria met her “first and just boyfriend” Emilio Estefan. He was a keyboardist and sales manager who played to get a group called the Miami Latin Boys. The group failed to get a lead singer as well as the musicians who take turns taking in the function of the lead singer. Emilio heard Gloria sing, and requested her to join the group. She accepted and just sang on weekends as a result of her demanding school program. A year after, the group changed its name to Miami Sound Machine and recorded their very first record to get an area label. Renacer,their first record was a number of pop disco ballads sung in Spanish. In 1978 Gloria and Emilio wed.
They recorded four Spanish records between 1981 and 1983. The group have success in Latin marketplaces like Venezuela, Peru, Panama, and Honduras. Yet they failed to reach any notoriety in America before the release of their first English record Eyes of Innocence. After “Dr. Beat” charted successfully, CBS Records transferred the group to their parent label, Epic Records. Their second single, “Conga” made it to Billboard’s Pop, Dance, Urban, and Latin graphs concurrently. The group continued to attain success in America but it began to become clear from the conclusion of the 1980s the more successful tunes were the ballads in which Gloria belted out amazing tunes. Crowds became more interested in Gloria than the group.
In 1991 Gloria began performing solo and released four albums in four years. The North American leg of her tour became the 24th best grossing tour taking in $14 million. The concert raised money to maintain music programs living in elementary schools. This concert solidified her standing as among the music industry’s top female vocalists. Gloria Estefan has sold an estimated 100 million records worldwide, making her among the best selling music artists.