Billie Eilish

Billie Eilish Payrat Byrd O’Connell

American singer and songwriter. She became famous in 2016 thanks to the publication of her debut single “Ocean Eyes” on SoundCloud. In 2019, her debut album When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go? led the American (Billboard 200) and British (UK Albums Chart) charts, and the single "Bad Guy" came out on top in the Billboard Hot 100 (USA). He became the singer’s first charttopper, and Eilish herself, thanks to this achievement, became the first person born in the XXI century who managed to lead the Hot 100. In 2020, Eilish became a triumph for the Grammy Music Award, winning all four major categories: Song of the Year, Album of the Year, Record of the Year, and Best New Artist. As a result, she became the first performer since 1981 (and only the second in history after Christopher Cross) to receive all four major awards of the year.

Early Years

Eilish was born in Highland Park, Los Angeles, in the family of Maggie Byrd and Patrick O’Connell. Her parents work in the entertainment industry. Ailish has Irish and Scottish roots. She received a home education, and at the age of 8 joined the Los Angeles Children's Choir. At the age of 11, Eilish began writing songs, following in the footsteps of her older brother Finneas (born 1997), who at the time had her own group. Billie Eilish has Tourette’s syndrome. He was diagnosed at an early age, but the singer until recently has not announced this fact.

Finneas Baird O’Connell

American singer, composer, musician, producer and actor. He has released a number of solo singles and writes music for other artists, including his sister Billy Elish. As an actor, O’Connell is known for her role as Alistair in the Fox Chorus TV series. He also appeared in a series of ABC American Family episodes and two Aquarius episodes. Finneas Baird O’Connell was born into the family of Maggie Baird, an actress, and Patrick O’Connell and is primarily of Irish and Scottish descent. He played the role of Alistair in the final season of the musical-comedy television show "Chorus" in 2015. O’Connell grew up in Los Angeles and began writing and producing music at the age of 12. He is the vocalist and songwriter of The Slightlys, a group that has won a number of awards and music competitions in the Los Angeles area. O'Connell collaborates with his sister-singer Billy Elish: he is the songwriter and producer of her debut EP Don't Smile at Me, which reached 14th place on the Billboard 200 American chart, as well as her album When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go ?, debuted in first place in the charts of the United States and Great Britain.

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