Nicko Mcbrain Net Worth

Original Name Michael Henry Nicko McBrain
Net Worth $30 million
Source of Income Musician
Annual Income $1.5 Million
Wife Rebecca McBrain

Popular English musician Nicko Mcbrain net worth is more than we thought. He is also a recognized drummer, became very popular after joining Iron Maiden, which is a heavy metal band in 1982.

Nicko Mcbrain is estimated to have the net worth of $30 million from various sources. Before joining the Iron Maiden team, he was with other bands including “The 18th Fairfield Walk”, which was renamed as “Peyton Bond”. He also worked with “The Wells Street Blues Band”, which was also known as “The Axe”.

Nicko McBrian Net Worth

During his music career with Iron Maiden, the band released over 12 albums including Somewhere in Time. Some of the other popular albums released by Iron Maiden are Piece of Mind, Seventh Son of a Seventh Son and Powerslave. No Prayer for the Dying, Dance of Death and The Final Frontier are popular hits of the band. Nicko Mcbrain’s rocking performance and his dedicated contribution to the band made him became an important artist of Iron Maiden.

Born in 1952, Nicko Mcbrain, also has the experience of playing in a small pub group at his age of 14. On leaving his school, he joined many artists including Pat Travers and French Political band. He was also working with the Streetwalkers.

Nicko Mcbrain was born in London Borough of Hackney and was married to Rebecca in 1989. The couple has two sons, Justin and Nicholas.

Nicko McBrian lovely car

Nicko McBrian lovely car

This British musician made his major part of net worth as a drummer in the Iron Maiden band. He had a passion for playing drums right from his childhood, which in fact made him to leave his school and join many bands at his younger age.

Nicko Mcbrain is now a most recognized and influential drummer with known worldwide. Although Iron Maiden experienced many changes and, he strived to stay with them with the same spirit and love for music. This notable drummer also wrote a song, New Frontier, which was featured in their 2003 album, named Dance to Death.

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