Brian Higgins

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Brian Higgins was born on 1966 in Whitehaven, United Kingdom. Discover Brian Higgins’s Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 54 years old?

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Age54 years old
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BirthplaceWhitehaven, United Kingdom
NationalityUnited Kingdom

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Brian Higgins Net Worth

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Net Worth in 2020$1 Million – $5 Million
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Timeline of Brian Higgins


In 2016, Higgins founded Twin Xenomania Ltd. with Nick Gatfield. Music released under this label include songs by Liv Lovelle.


Of ex-Sugababes member Mutya Buena, Higgins has said, “She’s undoubtedly the finest female singer this country has produced in years – for me the closest comparison is Dusty Springfield.”


“He thinks everyone’s got at least one number one hit in them,'” says Cooper, his long-time writing partner, in a 2004 Observer Music Monthly article. Higgins goes on to clarify: ‘Music is a fundamental human need. Well, maybe not as necessary as water, but there’s a natural tendency towards melody and rhythm in everybody. It’s just a question of bringing it out.”


In 2000, Higgins and Gray produced a single for London Records with the singer, Miranda Cooper (a.k.a. Moonbaby). Although the song did not become a hit, Cooper’s lyric writing talent would become a key part of Xenomania.


Higgins’ involvement in ‘All I Wanna Do’ led to an opportunity to co-write a song for Cher. This led to the international number one hit, ‘Believe,’ which was released in 1998. Once again, Powell and Gray were among his collaborators.


In the late 1980s, he moved to East Grinstead, West Sussex. Along with fellow Cumbrian and guitarist Dave Colquhoun they formed a band named Anything You Want, which also featured Mark Scott. Dave Colquhoun soon left the band and now plays guitar with Rick Wakeman of Yes fame. Scott and Higgins continued and had one release with Profile Records. They wrote countless songs for some eight years including the original Believe song that was a hit for Cher. Scott introduced Higgins to Steve Rodway (also known as Motiv8) who took on Higgins as a session musician. Higgins then co-wrote and co-produced the successful 1997 song, ‘All I Wanna Do’ for Dannii Minogue. Two of his collaborators on this single, Tim Powell and Matt Gray, would become important future members of Xenomania.


Brian Thomas Higgins (born 1966) is an English record producer, who has written and produced albums and tracks for several successful pop music singers and groups, including Girls Aloud, S Club and The Saturdays, through his Xenomania production group. A key collaborator with Higgins is Miranda Cooper, who shares co-writing credits in nearly all Xenomania-written tracks.