Chris Robinson Net Worth

Chris Robinson Net Worth 2023: Wiki Biography, Married, Family, Measurements, Height, Salary, Relationships

Chris Robinson net worth is
$18 million

Chris Robinson Wiki Biography

Christopher Mark “Chris” Robinson is a Marietta, Georgia-born American rock ‘n’ roll singer, perhaps best known for being the lead singer of the band “The Black Crowes”. Born on 20 December 1966, Chris is also famous for playing guitar and harmonica in his band. A very well-known personality in American rock and roll music industry, Christopher has been active in his profession since 1984.

One of the successful personalities in the field of music, one may wonder how rich is Christopher as of mid-2016? As estimated by sources, Christopher counts his net worth at an amount of $18 million, which he has managed to amass from being a part of the successful rock ‘n’ roll band “The Black Crowes”, as well as excelling in his solo career as a singer and musician.

Chris Robinson Net Worth $18 million

Raised in Georgia, Chris was interested in music starting in his teenage years. Chris was inspired by the rock bands The Faces and The Rolling Stones so much that he, along with his brother Rich Robinson founded the band “Mr. Crowe’s Garden” in 1980. In the initial years of its formation, the band did not perform very well. Meanwhile, Chris attended Wofford College in Carolina and after graduating, he went on to change the name of his band to “The Black Crowes” in 1989, and soon the band was signed to music production label “Def American” owned by Rick Rubin. The band released their debut album entitled “Shake Your Money Maker” in 1990, and in 1992 their second album “The Southern Harmony and Musical Companion”, which consisted of four chart-topping hits including “Remedy”, “Sting Me”, “Thorn In My Pride” and “Hotel Illness”. Thus, the success of the band and their albums in the market started adding well to Chris Robinson’s net worth.

In 1997, the band took a break after the death of Jerry Garcia, one of the band members of “The Black Crowes”. During this time, Chris started pursuing his solo career as a singer, releasing his critically acclaimed debut album “New Earth Mud” in 2002, with help from Eddie Harsch and Paul Stacey, his friends from “The Black Crowes”. As the album became successful in the market, Chris toured along with Eddie and Paul and the trio along with Dean DeLeo later named their band “New Earth Mud”. As a solo artist, Chris went on to release songs including “The Red Road” which appeared in the 2002 Goldie Hawn movie “The Banger Sisters”. Of course all of these successful ventures of Chris have been significant to Chris’s net worth over the years. In 2005, “The Black Crowes” reunited and has been performing even until this day.

Regarding his personal life, the 49 year-old singer leads his life as a married man. He was previously married to actress Lala Sloatman(1996-98), niece of Frank Zappa. Later, he was married to Kate Hudson(2000-07) with whom he has a son. In 2009, Chris married Allison Bridges and the couple now has a daughter born in 2009. For now, Chris enjoys his life as one of the most successful singers in the industry, while his net worth of $18 million caters to his daily life.

Full NameChris Robinson
Net Worth$18 million
Date Of BirthDecember 20, 1966
Place Of BirthMarietta, Georgia, United States
Height1.88 m
ProfessionSinger, Guitarist, Songwriter, Art Director
EducationWofford College
SpouseAllison Bridges (m. 2009), Kate Hudson (m. 2000–2007), Lala Sloatman (m. 1996–1998)
ChildrenRyder Robinson, Cheyenne Genevieve Robinson
ParentsNancy Jane Robinson, Stanley Robinson
SiblingsRich Robinson
Music GroupsChris Robinson Brotherhood (Since 2011), The Black Crowes (1984 – 2015), Phil Lesh and Friends (Since 2005)
NominationsGrammy Award for Best Music Video, NAACP Image Award for Outstanding Directing in a Motion Picture, Black Movie Award for Outstanding Achievement in Directing
MoviesATL, Paper Chasers, Black Rage
TV ShowsTwelve O'Clock High, Another World, Inquiring Minds
1Right now, I've never been more impressed by the new bands that we meet. I may be 10, 20 years older, but we're all on the same page about culture, music and life.
2There have been multitudes of times in my career where I could have taken an easier road or a more commercial path, and I've been just like, 'That's not gonna make me happy.'
3When I think about the real pioneers of the psychedelic movement in a musical sense, not just the culture, everything had a handmade sort of vibe to it. We're inventing our culture as we move along into this.
4The counterculture has nothing to do with Dolce & Gabbana having a 'Hippy Summer' or something. Street kids, and kids who want to live in any sort of counter-cultural experience other than what's being presented by the mainstream media or political climate, or 'normal' cultural climate, are never going to look like that.
5The way we're going about things and what we want to do, we feel it has to be a really pure essence of music. That's where you get the most out of it.
6How many new rock stars have come around that have anything to say at all? Guys where you even want to know what they're thinking? Are they thinking? Where did it go astray?
7I'm the weirdo. There have been multitudes of times in my career where I could have taken an easier road or a more commercial path, and I've been just like, that's not gonna make me happy.
8There's the conventional wisdom, of which I have none, where you get a record deal, you get a publicist, you get a campaign, and you do the tour, but none of that adds up to things like nuance and subtlety and dynamic.
9I'd like to think that, at the end of the day, you can look at the things that I made as a young person and the things I'll continue to make as I get older and they'll be consistently interesting and soulful things, and if you like them they'll be a part of your dimension, as well.
10If you had told me at 45 years old that I would have to go on tour to get rest, I would've said, 'That's not how it works.' But nothing can be more gratifying. I'm a very hands-on dad.
11Now as a musician, if you have it within you, you can create your own reality. Believe me, it's a novelty.
12Since the early Nineties it's been very fashionable to say, 'It's all about the music.'
13Singing isn't always about being on key; it's about emotionality.
14What I had to learn was, that I'm only responsible for my perception of things. The world's not out to get you. That's not the way it works.
15With time and experience comes a different perception of what's going on around you.
16I never thought I'd be on the cover of the 'Atlanta Journal' unless I killed someone.
17I make decisions based on my work, not based on meetings with my business managers, who I don't like to meet.
18I'm interested in authentic experience and the essence of that creative place, and where those myths begin and where they become real on any level.
19I'm not a big fan of Robert Plant's lyrics or his singing.
20I'm not interested in a persona.
21In 2000, I fell in love. I had never felt anything like that before in my life. It kind of took me over.
22Life is different than it was in the Nineties. I'm a dad, and there are other things I have to get done in an afternoon than just being an artist.
23Musicians playing together, it's a conversation, and ideally I want our conversation to be really intriguing and interesting and beautiful.
24My music is how I feel, and that's changed from being twenty years old to being forty-three years old.
25No matter what, I'm always interested in making music.
26Being a pop artist or making music like a jingle or something - I don't do that.
27I like unkempt; I don't mind if I have holes in my jacket or whatever. I think people should look more the way they feel.
28It's funny, after a while, you get tired of having to fight someone because they don't like the way you look.
29I didn't want to be told what to do. I don't want to water down my music to fit into their formats. I know what rock and roll is to me, but everything's turning into one big commercial.
30Part of getting older is realizing that you can integrate all these different areas of your life, rather than the adolescent mindset, which for me lasted a long time, which says, 'It's all or nothing.'
1Daughter, Cheyenne Genevieve Robinson, was born on December 26, 2009, weighing 6 lbs. 3 oz. Mother is Allison Bridges.
2His first child, Ryder Robinson, with Kate Hudson, was born on January 7, 2004.
3Lead singer for Hard Rock/Blues band The Black Crowes.
4Fellow The Black Crowes band member & older brother of Rich Robinson.
5Ex-son-in-law of Bill Hudson and Goldie Hawn.
6Ex-Brother-in-law of Oliver Hudson and Wyatt Russell.


The Tonight Show with Jay Leno2010-2012TV Series writer - 2 episodes
He's Just Not That Into You2009writer: "By Your Side" - as Christopher Robinson
Grand Theft Auto IV2008Video Game writer: "Remedy"
Canadian Idol2006TV Series writer - 1 episode
The Black Crowes: Freak 'N' Roll... Into the Fog2006Video documentary writer: " Only Halfway to Everywhere", "Sting Me", "No Speak No Slave", "Soul Singing", "Welcome to the Goodtimes", "Jealous Again", "My Morning Song", "Sunday Night Buttermilk Waltz", "Cursed Diamond", "She Talks to Angels", "Wiser Time", "Nonfiction", "Seeing Things", "Let Me Share the Ride", "Remedy"
American Idol2005TV Series writer - 1 episode
Ladder 492004writer: "Twice as Hard"
Raising Helen2004performer: "Ride" / writer: "Ride"
Karaoke Revolution2003Video Game "She Talks To Angels"
Robbery Homicide Division2002TV Series writer - 1 episode
The Banger Sisters2002performer: "Let the Red Road Take You" / writer: "Let the Red Road Take You"
Mad Dog and Glory1993writer: "Twice as Hard" 1990


Tedeschi Trucks Band: Live from the Fox Oakland2017

Art Director

The Black Crowes: Who Killed That Bird Out on Your Window Sill... The Movie1992Video


Getting Doug with High2015TV SeriesHimself
Live from the Artists Den2010TV SeriesHimself
The Black Crowes Cabin Fever2009Video documentaryLead Vocals / Harp / Guitar / ...
No disparen al pianista2009TV SeriesHimself
Late Show with David Letterman2004-2007TV SeriesHimself - Musical Guest / Himself
The Black Crowes: Freak 'N' Roll... Into the Fog2006Video documentaryHimself (Vocals, Harmonica, Acoustic Guitar) (as The Black Crowes)
The Work of Director Stéphane Sednaoui2005Video documentaryHimself (segment "Sometimes Salvation") (as The Black Crowes)
All We Are Saying2005TV Movie documentaryHimself
Medicine Chest2004Video shortHimself
2004 Jammys: The Theatre at Madison Square Garden2004TV Mini-SeriesHimself
Top of the Pops2001TV SeriesHimself
Howard Stern2001TV SeriesHimself
The Daily Show1999-2001TV SeriesHimself
Behind the Music1999TV Series documentaryHimself
Late Night with Conan O'Brien1999TV SeriesHimself
Joe Cocker: Have a Little Faith1996Video documentaryHimself
4 Goes to Glastonbury1995TV SeriesHimself
The Kids in the Hall1995TV SeriesHimself
Straight Dope: An MTV News Special Report1994TV Movie documentaryHimself - Black Crows
MTV Video Music Awards 19931993TV SpecialHimself
The Black Crowes: Who Killed That Bird Out on Your Window Sill... The Movie1992VideoHimself (Vocals)
For Those About to Rock: Monsters in Moscow1992DocumentaryHimself (as The Black Crowes)
MTV Video Music Awards 19921992TV SpecialHimself - Black Crowes Vocalist
Hard 'N Heavy Volume 81990Video documentaryHimself - Black Crowes
Unplugged1990TV Series documentaryHimself

Archive Footage

House of Style: Music, Models and MTV2012TV Movie documentaryHimself
Michel Gondry 2: More Videos (Before and After DVD 1)2009VideoHimself (segment "High Head Blues")

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