Ian Dench net worth

Ian Dench‘s source of wealth comes from being a songwriter. How much money is Ian Dench worth at the age of 56 and what’s his real net worth now?

As of 2021, Ian Dench’s net worth is $100,000 - $1M.


Ian Dench (born August 7, 1964) is famous for being songwriter. He currently resides in England, United Kingdom. English musician who found fame as the guitarist and primary songwriter for the electronic rock band EMF, best known for their 1991 hit “Unbelievable.” He has since become a respected songwriter, earning both a Golden Globe and Grammy nomination for his work on Beyonce Knowles ‘ “Once In a Lifetime.”

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Ian Dench
Place of Birth
England, United Kingdom
Date of Birth
August 7, 1964 (age 56)
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Ian Dench is a Leo and was born in The Year of the Dragon


Ian Dench was born in England, United Kingdom on Friday, August 7, 1964 (Baby Boomers Generation). He is 56 years old and is a Leo. His guitar riff for “Unbelievable” was named as one of the 100 Greatest Guitar Riffs by BBC Radio 2 in 2014.

He got his start playing in a punk rock band. He later became a member of the bands Apple Mosaic and Whistler. The education details are not available at this time. Please check back soon for updates. Ian Dench is a member of Richest Celebrities and Songwriters.

Ian is turning 57 years old in

he wrote the song “Tattoo” or American Idol winner Jordin Sparks. Ian is a Leo. Leo is represented by the lion, and these spirited fire signs are the kings and queens of the celestial jungle. Leo is ruled by the sun, the dazzling celestial body that governs life and vitality. This fixed sign is known for its ambition and determination, but above all, Leos are celebrated for their remarkable bravery.

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