How much is Cascada worth?
|Net Worth:||$7 Million|
|Date of Birth:||September 23, 1981 (age 40)|
On September 23, 1981, Natalie Horler was born. She started singing in the studio in her late teens, working with various DJs and producers. She later got to know Yann Pfeiffer, nicknamed Yanou, and Manuel Reuter, or DJ Manian. On the global dance smash “Heaven.” the latter had collaborated with DJ Sammy. Under the name Cascade, the group recorded the single “Miracle” in 2004. They quickly changed the name to Cascada due to legal issues.
- Natalie Horler – vocalist – born in Germany to English parents and speaks and sings English fluently
- DJ Manian – producer and trance DJ
- Yanou – producer and trance musician
Everytime We Touch
In 2005, the dance-pop single “Everytime We Touch” was published, and it quickly rose to the top 10. It was a rather uncommon dance single breakthrough into mainstream pop in the US and was certified platinum for sales. In February 2006, the album Everytime We Touch was released. It eventually sold about seven million copies worldwide and peaked at #2 on the UK album chart. A cover of “Truly, Madly, Deeply,” by Savage Garden became the follow-up song and went on to become another top 10 pop hit in the UK.
In November 2007, Cascada released a cover of the Rascal Flatts song “What Hurts the Most” as a preview for their upcoming album Perfect Day. It achieved the top 40 in the US and was a top 10 hit in other European nations. The album was released in December 2007 and peaked at number 10 in the UK. However, it only had little success in the US, peaking at number 70. Perfect Day was unable to produce any further notable hit singles.
Get off the dance floor.
The title tune from Cascada’s third album Evacuate the Dancefloor was first made available as a single. The group’s first top-ten pop single, “Evacuate the Dancefloor” debuted at number one in the UK and other European nations. The album’s UK peak was at position #8.