Christine McVie is an English musician who has an net worth of $65 million. McVie's net worth went through the roof when she became part of the English/American rock group, Fleetwood Mac. Born in a small English village in Cumbria, McVie had her first taste of music at the age of four, when she introduced to a piano and was reacquainted with the instrument whilst studying classical music at the age of eleven. Whilst studying for a teacher degree, McVie joined a band (Sounds of Blues) formed by two friends -by the time she graduated the band split up.
McVie's luck was about to change when her bandmates formed another band and wanted the young graduate to join. Their first release, It's OK With Me Baby, was written and sung of McVie. She was a lead vocalist for the single, I'd Rather Go Blind, who was a big hit in the UK. McVie received a Melody Maker Award for Best Female Vocalist in 1969 and 1970. In 1969, McVie left Chicken Shack and later joined Fleetwood Mac. McVie's piano work can be heard on the band's second album, Mr. Wonderful (1968). She also provided backing vocals for the fourth album, Kiln House (1970). Before she joined Fleetwood Mac, McVie- known as Christine Perfect at the time – released her solo album (self-titled) in 1970. The album was re-released in 1976 as The Legendary Christine Perfect album. When Fleetwood Mac founder Peter Green left the band in 1970, McVie became the heartbeat of the band and was responsible for the band's string of greatest hits. The 1977 album, Rumours, became one of the best selling albums of all time. The 1979 album, Tusk, produced multiple top 20 hits in the US and UK.
By the mid eighties, McVie left the band to produce another solo album, which created a string of hits. She rejoined Fleetwood Mac to record the 1987 album Tango in the Night – which became the band's greatest hit since Rumours. The hit singles included Little Lies and Everywhere. The nineties did not bring the same success to the band. McVie retired from Fleetwood Mac after her father died. Despite her departure, she remained loyal to the band. At the turn the turn of the century, McVie maintains a low profile. In 2004, she produced her third solo album with the help of her guitarist nephew.