Edele Lynch has revealed that she took a job as an administrator to pay the bills after struggling to earn enough money from her music career over the past year.
The B * Witched singer, 41, who lives in Manchester, explained that despite her new career as a director and training to become an actress, she is waiting for the singing opportunities to reopen.
Joined by two former members of the Irish girl group, Edele told Virgin Media One’s Elaine show that having three children influenced his decision, saying: “The truth is, just to pay the bills, I have to. took a job as an administrator within the past year.
Edele Lynch, 41, (pictured), who lives in Manchester, has revealed she took a job as an administrator to pay her bills after the music industry was hit by the pandemic
Edele, who found fame in Irish band B * witched, said there was “no support at all” in the music industry. Pictured: Sinead O’Carroll, Edele Lynch, Lindsay Armaou and Keavy Lynch in 1999
“We literally have nothing on the go and no support at all in our industry. I have three kids so I have to be realistic and bring some kind of pennies out the door.
“I am an expert in administration by the minute!
B * witched who rose to fame in 1998, last performed as a quartet about two years ago at a Stepback 90s concert.
The group recently created a podcast to reflect on how their lives have changed since the height of their popularity.
There are currently three episodes, the first about making their musical dreams come true and another about how they coped when things got taken away.
Speaking of the inspiration behind the podcast, Sinead said, “When the rug was pulled again for probably, I don’t know the fifth time it brought us back years ago when we were ditched by the label. just out of the blue.
Sinead revealed that the inspiration for their podcast came from wanting to give a nod to how they reacted when their recording contract was withdrawn. Pictured: B * Witched
“I think in losing your career, your lost identity and your lost finances. Then as we went along we all got married and had children, Lynsey had lost her mother.
“Then we had miscarriages, divorces. There was a lot going on that we had sort of felt by a lot of our friends by the minute.
“It was kind of like giving back a nod to the laughs we had and the stories, but also we’ve been through all of these things and we’re still standing in different ways.
“I think we just wanted to really share that.
In the latest episode of the Starting Over with BWitched podcast, Edele revealed that an ‘angry’ neighbor had previously threatened her with a chainsaw as she moved into a three-bedroom house in Ireland in 2001.
Edele (pictured) revealed in a recent episode of the B * Witched podcast that she was threatened with a chainsaw, as she moved to Ireland
She explained that the interaction took place after asking her neighbor to remove her bathroom from her garden because she had brought in workers.
“I didn’t mind there, but people were coming in and going out and I didn’t want to break his bathroom because you’re going to hold me responsible,” Edele said.
The mother of three added that she quickly found another place to live, having dreamed of owning an apartment in Howth.
She said: “There was an apartment that was not for sale but my cousin said I would love it and we talked to the owners… I fell in love and they sold it to me.
“It just shows that if you are moving towards something that seems impossible, you just don’t know what doors will open. “