Sheila E. Net Worth

How much is Sheila E. worth?

Net Worth:$15 Million
Date of Birth:December 12, 1957 (66 years old)
Gender:Female
Height:1.6 m, 5 ft 2 in
Profession:Pop Singer
Nationality:N/A
Sheila E. Net Worth:
$15 Million

Singer and drummer who worked with Prince on the hit “The Glamorous Life” and who has collaborated with various other artists, including Beyoncé on “Work It Out.”

The Latin musician Tito Puente was her godfather. The first song she appeared on was the 1976 single “Yesterday’s Dream” by Alphonso Johnson.

She has worked with George Duke.

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Career

Sheila got her first major breakthrough in association with Alphonso Johnson, with whom she created her debut recording as ‘Yesterday Dreams.’

Personal Life

She was born to Juanita Gardere, a dairy factory worker, and Pete Escovedio, a percussionist. She has been romantically linked to Prince and Carlos Santana.

She might be best known for her work with Ringo Starr, playing with his band for three years in the early 2000s.

Inspirational Quotes by Sheila E.

Engaging with the audience lets them know I'm approachable. I don't like that whole, 'You can't talk to Sheila E thing' - I don't like that.

Sheila E.

I was running track early in my years and I was breaking track records in sprint running. I was training and I wanted to be in the Olympics. I thought I was going to be able to win a gold medal, and my mind was pretty much set on 'this is what I want to do'.

Sheila E.

Back in the days, the groups and the bands that we listened to were like Earth, Wind and Fire, Santana and Grateful Dead. We don't have a lot of those bands anymore.

Sheila E.

I want to be entertained, so if I want to be entertained, I know if I'm going to play, I want to make sure that you're entertained and that I'm having a great time. I really do love what I do.

Sheila E.

I went to a great church here in L.A., gave my heart to the Lord and felt freedom from things I've carried throughout my life that I just thought, 'I don't have to carry them any more.'

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