Brian Wilson Net Worth, Wiki Bio, Source Income, Salary, Earnings, Nationality, Age

Brian Wilson Net Worth

Wiki Biography of Brian Wilson

Brian Douglas Wilson was born in Inglewood, California, on June 20, 1942, and is of Irish, English, German, Dutch, and Swedish ancestry. He is a record producer, composer, singer, musician, and songwriter, but he is best known as one of the founding members, main singer, and driving force of the legendary rock band “The Beach Boys.”

So, how wealthy is Brian Wilson? Brian’s net worth was estimated to be over $75 million as of mid-2016 by authoritative sources, with the majority of his money coming from his long career in music, which now spans well over 50 years in the entertainment industry.

 

Brian Wilson has a net worth of $75 million dollars.

Brian and his siblings were encouraged to pursue music by their parents at a young age, and their enthusiasm has never wavered. Brian enrolled at El Camino College to study psychology, but music was his love, so he created “The Pendletones” in 1961 with his brothers Carl and Dennis, as well as cousin Mike Love and Al Jardine, a band that would later be known as “The Beach Boys.” In 1961, “The Pendletones” released their first single, “Surfin,” which became a local smash and reached #75 on the Billboard charts in the United States. The band followed up with another hit single, “Surfin’ U.S.A.,” which reached #3 on the Billboard Hot 100 in the United States. Because Brian Wilson was not only a singer with the band, but also an organist/guitarist, song-writer, manager, and producer at the time, the band’s and its members’ fame was always on the rise, which contributed to Brian Wilson’s net worth.

“The Beach Boys” released their second studio album, “Surfin’ U.S.A.”, in 1963 to generally excellent reviews and critical praise, as seen by the album’s 78 weeks on the US Billboard charts, where it reached #2. Brian Wilson was heavily involved with “The Beach Boys,” but he also tried to focus more on his career as a record producer, so the same year the band released their commercially successful album, he collaborated on a song with Jan Berry called “Surf City,” which went on to become a #1 hit song on the Billboard Hot 100 chart in the United States. Brian Wilson, on the other hand, continued to work exclusively with the band and, in 1965, released “Pet Sounds,” a new, soon-to-be-legendary album. “Pet Sounds,” named the greatest album of all time by NME magazine in the United Kingdom and ranked #2 on Rolling Stone magazine’s list of the 500 greatest albums of all time, is widely regarded as one of the most culturally and historically significant albums, significantly increasing Brian’s net worth.

With Wilson’s enormous celebrity came a slew of problems, the most serious of which was his drug misuse. As a result, he began to lose his voice and was unable to participate in many of the band’s endeavors for a time. Despite this, Brian Wilson resumed to work with “The Beach Boys,” and the two have collaborated on 29 studio albums, 50 compilation albums, seven “live” albums, and ten solo albums. They toured widely across the world over the next 50 years, never appearing to lose their attraction, particularly in relation to the 1960s surfing obsession on the US west coast, as indicated by Brian’s constant rise in net worth.

Brian Wilson is now regarded as one of the most influential musicians of the twentieth century, and is frequently referred to as such. Wilson was inducted into the Songwriters Hall of Fame in 2000, and he was inducted into the Rock ‘n’ Roll Hall of Fame in 1998 with “The Beach Boys.” Brian Wilson is a Grammy Award winner as well as a recipient of the Grammy Award for Best Historical Album. Brian Wilson was married to Marilyn Rutherford (1964-1979), with whom he had two children. In 1995, he married Melinda Ledbetter, with whom he had three children.

 

 

Net Worth $75 Million
Date Of Birth June 20, 1942
Place Of Birth Inglewood, California, United States
Height 6 ft 2 in (1.88 m)
Profession Record producer, Composer, Bassist, Organist, Singer-songwriter, Musician, Music Arranger, Pianist, Actor
Nationality American
Spouse Marilyn Rutherford(1964-79); Melinda Ledbetter(m. 1995)
Siblings Dennis Wilson, Carl Wilson
Nicknames Brian Douglas Wilson , Bryan Wilson , Genius , The Beach Boys , also Beach Boys
MySpace http://www.myspace.com/officialbrianwilson
Music Groups The Beach Boys (1961 – 1996), California Music (1974 – 1976)
Movies Love & Mercy, An All-Star Tribute to Brian Wilson
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