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Vera Sola Bio, Age, Net Worth 2022, Parents, Relationship, Height

Vera Sola Bio, Age, Net Worth 2022, Parents, Relationship, Height

Facts of Vera Sola

Full Name: Vera Sola
Birth Date: November 18, 1989
Age: 32 years
Gender: Female
Profession: Singer
Country: America
Horoscope: Scorpio
Eye ColorBrown
Hair ColorBlack
Birth PlaceLos Angeles, California
StatusSingle
NationalityAmerica
EducationHarvard University
FatherDan Aykroyd
MotherDonna Dixon
SiblingsStella Irene August Aykroyd, Belle Kingston Aykroyd
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Vera Sola is a singer-songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, and recording artist from American-Canadian.

Early Life of Singer

Vera Sola was born on November 18, 1989, in Los Angeles, California, United States of America. As of 2019, she is 30 years old. Her birth name is Danielle Aykroyd. She is the daughter of actor Dan Aykroyd and actress Donna Dixon. Vera holds an American nationality and belongs to the white ethnicity.

She grew up between New York and Canada. Vera also has siblings named Stella Irene August Aykroyd, Belle Kingston Aykroyd. She attended Saint Ann’s School (New York City) and graduated in literature from Harvard University.

After college, she worked on the radio and as a voice actress. She still offers commercial voice-overs and tales for television and film. Sola is naturally shy about her family and decided to distance herself from her recognizable name in order to start a career in music herself.

What is Vera Sola’s Relationship status?

At the moment there is no information on whether she is single married or dating.

Singer Vera Sola
Caption: Singer Vera Sola

How much is Vera Sola’s Net Worth and Salary?

On the other hand, her father Dan Aykroyd is a Canadian comedian, actor, screenwriter, and entrepreneur who has a net worth of $180 million dollars. Likewise her mother Donna Dixon is an American actress who has a net worth of $5 million.

Vera Sola’s Debut album

Sola began recording her first Shades album in February 2017. She played, arranged, and produced the whole thing for herself. She told Flood Magazine about the process: “… it’s the direct result of my personal and global reality rising in a dark, disoriented and sad and often very funny fire … When I finally persuaded myself to do it I thought I had friends to join, but the nature of things eventually made me play and arrange everything. So … it is an unbroken vessel of my own energy, for better or for worse. It was pure expression without expectation. I never intended to bring it out. But here we are. ”

She then plays a number of unconventional instruments, including bones, chains, and broken glass. It was published on 9 November 2018 under general criticism.

Music blog The Line of Best Fit gave it a 9/10 and wrote: “Shades is so virtuoso and accomplished with the tight boasting of a group of players who are tired on the street, it’s hard to believe the work is just a person. “The Sunday Times called her” an indisputable talent “and” Shades “a major new release.

The French music magazine Magic gave him a 6/6 and called him the number 2 of the year, which calls him an “absolute masterpiece”.

Music career

  • She did not think of taking music seriously until she was encouraged by longtime songwriter Elvis Perkins to join her touring band.
  • Vera toured and recorded during and after her “I Aubade” album cycle with Elvis.
  • She credits Elvis for putting her on stage and still plays bass guitar among other instruments in her band.
Vera Sola performig at Los Angels
Caption: Vera Sola performing at Los Angels
  • Only in February 2017, she decided after a series of life-changing events for a solo career in music.
  • She entered the studio to record shades and shortly thereafter accepted the name, Vera Sola.
  • In October 2017, she released an album of Misfits Covers that caught the attention of industry professionals.
  • Likewise, in August 2018 she released her first single from ‘Shades’.
  • In November 2018, Rolling Stone Magazine named her, based on her social conscience and comparing her voice with Nancy Sinatra, to one of the ten best country artists to be known.