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Johnny Winter Wiki/Biography
Johnny Winter was born on 23 February 1944 in Beaumont, Texas USA into a family with music tendencies, and was known as a singer and songwriter, musician and producer. He passed away in 2014.
So just how rich was Johnny Winter? Authoritative sources report that Winter’s net worth was as high as $10 million, accumulated from his over five decades-long career in the music industry.
Johnny Winter Net Worth $10 million
Winter first appeared in a local children’s show playing ukulele when he was only ten years old. During this time, Johnny was influenced by musicians such as Muddy Water and B. B. King, which affected his personal music genre in the future. His recording career began five years later when his band released an album for Houston record label. In 1968, he was invited to play at a Bloomfield and Al Kooper concert, where his performance was noticed by Columbia Records and they went on to recruit him and sign a $600,000 deal. His first, self-titled album for Columbia Records was released in 1969, supported by musicians such as Tommy Shannon and Willie Dixon, with Winter himself the producer. He went on to record ‘’Second Winter’’ in the same year, in Nashville which was critically acclaimed and as of today holds a score of four and a half out of five stars on AllMusic. During the same year, several other albums consisting of his previously recorded singles were released, and at that point, he was widely recognized and praised for his music talent. Many of those songs were produced by Roy Ames who was briefly managing Johnny’s career at that point.
In 1970, his brother and co-worker on his albums formed a new band for himself which led Johnny to establish a new band as well; his new partners were Rick Derringer, Randy Jo Hobbs and Randy Z. The band ended up being named simply Johnny Winter And, discarding several other options. They went on to release a self-titled album shortly after forming of the band. Following in the same fashion as Johnny’s previous albums, this one achieved success and was positively reviewed by the critics and audience. Bruce Eder of AllMusic gave the album four and a half out of five stars saying that ‘’there wasn’t a weak moment anywhere on that record’’. In 1974, he played in honor of artist Muddy Waters, responsible for further expansion of blues in the US. Winter went on to make another two albums entitled ‘’I’m Ready’’ and ‘’King Bee’’, released in 1978 and 1981 respectively. He also collaborated with Muddy Waters and other artists to create ‘’ Muddy “Mississippi” Waters – Live’’, which was a huge financial success and still holds a high score when it comes to critics and reviews, with Winters receiving a Grammy Award for his work on the album. In addition to that, he released ‘’Nothin’ But the Blues’’ dedicated to people who ‘’enjoy his kind of blues, especially Muddy Waters’’.
As of early and mid-2000s, Johnny was still actively making music. In 2004 he received a Grammy nomination for his work on ‘’I’m a Bluesman’’, and over the next three years released ‘’Live Bootlag Series’’, a series of Johnny’s live albums which took a position on The Billboard Blues Chart. In the same manner, ‘’The Woodstock Experience’’ was released, featuring the songs he performed in 1969.
As of the more recent past, Johnny’s last album entitled ‘’Stepback’’ was released in 2014, the last of 19 studio and eight live albums.
In his personal life, Johnny and his brother Edgar were both born with albinism. He was married to Susan Warford from 1992, until he died on 16 July 2014 in Zurich, Switzerland, as the result of pneumonia and emphysema.
|Net Worth||$10 Million|
|Date Of Birth||February 23, 1944|
|Died||July 16, 2014, Zürich, Switzerland|
|Place Of Birth||Beaumont, Texas, United States|
|Profession||Singer, Musician, Songwriter, Record producer, Guitarist|
|Spouse||Susie Winter (m. 1992–2014)|
|Parents||Edith Winter, John Winter II|
|Nicknames||John Dawson Winter III , Jonny Winter , John Dawson "Johnny" Winter III|
|Movies||Johnny Winter: Down & Dirty, Johnny Winter: Pieces and Bits, Johnny Winter: Live in Times Square, Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band, The Best of Beat Club: Vol. 1, Johnny Winter: Legendary Licks Slide Guitar, Muddy Waters: Live at the Chicago Blues Festival, Let It Rock: Vol. 2|