Eduardo Quintela was well known ex-second husband Christine McVie was an English musician and vocalist, she died at the age of 79. Following the news of Christine McVie’s death, tributes began pouring in online for the musician, with fans offering condolences to friends and family. One user said “IP Christine McVie. A truly talented musician who wrote some brilliant tunes for Fleetwood Mac, especially “Everywhere.” Another said “I’m saddened by the passing of Christine McVie. “Don’t Stop” was my ’92 campaign theme song – it perfectly captured the mood of a nation eager for better days. I’m grateful to Christine & Fleetwood Mac for entrusting us with such a meaningful song. I will miss her.” While another tweeted “My favorite picture of Christine McVie and Stevie Nicks backstage… the songbirds of Fleetwood Mac RIP Christine.”
Who was Eduardo Quintela?
Eduardo Quintela was a Portuguese musician and songwriter. Between 1987 and 1997, he co-wrote many songs for the band. Along with his second wife Christine McVie, he co-wrote songs including Little Lies, Isn’t It Midnight (with Lindsey Buckingham), As Long As You Follow, Skies the Limit, Heart of Stone, Hollywood (Some Other Kind of Town), Nights in Estoril, Easy Come, Easy Go. The couple divorced in 2003, and even then he continued to collaborate on Christine McVie’s solo album, One of Eddy Quintela’s themes for the American band, “Nights in Estoril”. At the time of his death Manuel Falcão, founder of BLITZ, says he met Eddy Quintela through a mutual friend, Pedro Baltazar “He lived a large part of his life in the United States and Great Britain and returned to Portugal some twenty years ago. He was a creative man, he was engaged in a musical project that he loved, a rock opera about John Kennedy, which he left almost ready, now that left”.
How old was Eduardo Quintela?
Eduardo Quintela was in his mid 50’s at the time of his death in 2020. Talking about his parents and siblings, we do not have much information regarding them. However, we will try to fetch their information very soon.
Who was Eduardo Quintela Ex-Wife?
Eduardo Quintela was married to Christine McVie an English musician and vocalist. McVie lent her voice to classics like “Don’t Stop,” “Everywhere” and “You Make Loving Fun.” The duo married in 1986 and the couple got divorced in 2003. In an interview with the British newspaper Guardian, McVie would say “he was not happy in love”. She was previously married to John McVie between 1969 to 1976.
She never shared any child with her two husbands. Once asked she said: “There were never any children [for me]. There was always a career in the way. It was a case of one or the other, and Stevie would say the same. The lads went off and had children but for Stevie and I it was a bit difficult to do that. So that was never able to happen. And I never found the right man. Not through want of trying.”
What was Eduardo Quintela’s Net Worth?
The estimated Net Worth of Eduardo Quintela is around $800K USD.
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