Mark Lanegan Net Worth
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Mark Lanegan Wiki Biography
Mark William Lanegan was born on 25 November 1964, in Ellensburg, Washington State USA, and is a musician, singer and songwriter, probably best known both for being a part of the grunge band Screaming Trees, as well as for his well-received solo career. He’s been active in the industry since 1984, and all of his efforts have helped put his net worth to where it is today.
How rich is Mark Lanegan? As of early-2018, sources estimate a net worth that is at $3 million, mostly earned through a successful career in music, also collaborating with various artists and bands. He’s been featured on numerous albums of other bands, and as he continues his career, it is expected that his wealth will also continue to increase.
Mark Lanegan Net Worth $3 million
Mark grew up in a dysfunctional family, and by the age of 18 he was heavily using drugs. He was arrested and sentenced to a year in prison on drug-related crimes, and he took a yearlong rehabilitation course which helped him get a release from jail.
Eventually he befriended Van Conner, and the two would form the band Screaming Trees, which became one of the emerging grunge bands of the time, releasing their first EP in 1985 entitled “Other Worlds EP”. He became the singer of the band, and they eventually made their debut album entitled “Clairvoyance” within the same year. Two years later, they created their second album entitled “Even if and Especially When”, and they also started playing across the US. They followed up with another album the following year entitled “Invisible Lantern”, and their next project would come in 1991, their first working for a major label. The album was entitled “Uncle Anesthesia”, and their song “Bed of Roses” became popular on the radio.
Their net worth increased significantly when they released their breakout album entitled “Sweet Oblivion” which included songs such as “Nearly Lost You” and “Dollar Bill”. Their final album would be released in 1996 entitled “Dust”, and they then announced their breakup, actually in 2000.
Mark was already releasing solo work while a part of Screaming Trees, including four solo studio albums during this time. He then worked on his fifth album in 2001 entitled “Field Songs”, which featured contributions from other artists. Three years later, he produced “Bubblegum”, which featured Nick Oliveri, Dean Ween, and Duff McKagan, which eventually became his most commercially successful. He also released a Christmas album entitled “Dark Mark Does Christmas 2012”, and in 2014 the EP entitled “No Bells on Sunday” which contained five tracks. While embarking on his solo career, he worked continuously with the Queens of the Stone Age as well as Isobel Campbell, as well as with vocalist Greg Dulli in the collaboration project The Gutter Twins. A few of his latest works include collaborating with Unkle, I AM Super Ape, and Earth.
For his personal life, it is known that Lanegan married Wendy Fowler in 2002 but they eventually divorced.
|Net Worth||$3 million|
|Date Of Birth||25 November 1964|
|Place Of Birth||Ellensburg, Washington State USA|
|Albums||Blues Funeral, Phantom Radio, Field Songs, The Winding Sheet, Whiskey for the Holy Ghost, Bubblegum, I'll Take Care of You, Imitations, Hawk|
|1||There's this Danish director, Nicolas Refn [Nicolas Winding Refn], who made the Pusher trilogy, which I'm really into. In the second Pusher film there's a piece of music called Sad Disco, by Keli Hlodversson, which I particularly enjoyed.|
|2||[on "Blues Funeral"] They were all written right before or during the period when we recorded. Usually I have a stockpile. I still work with cassette tapes, and when I was about to start this record I went into my bag of tapes and they were all demagnetized. Wiped clean. So I didn't really have anything to start with.|
|3||[on "Blues Funeral"] Generally I write on the guitar, but this one I started a few with the keyboard and a drum machine, to do something different.|
|1||Touring Europe with the Mark Lanegan Band to promote "Bubblegum." [November 2004]|
|2||Released "Here Comes That Weird Chill" EP by The Mark Lanegan Band in December and will be releasing a solo album, "Bubblegum," in 2004. [January 2004]|
|3||Was a member of The Screaming Trees, one of the first Seattle bands to sign with a major label, the group never attained the popularity of fellow Northwestern bands, from 1983 until they disbanded in 2000.|
|A Royal Hangover||2014||Documentary musician|
|Anthony Bourdain: Parts Unknown||TV Series documentary composer - 19 episodes, 2013 - 2014 performer - 13 episodes, 2013 - 2014|
|Elementary||2017||TV Series performer - 1 episode|
|Greater||2016||writer: "All I Know"|
|1992||2015||TV Series writer - 1 episode|
|Lawless||2012||"Fire and Brimstone", "White Light/White Heat"|
|Foo Fighters: Back and Forth||2011||Documentary writer: "No One Knows"|
|90210||TV Series 1 episode, 2010 performer - 1 episode, 2010 writer - 1 episode, 2010|
|Eastbound & Down||TV Series performer - 1 episode, 2010 writer - 1 episode, 2010|
|Lie to Me||TV Series performer - 1 episode, 2009 writer - 1 episode, 2009|
|Guitar Hero 5||2009||Video Game writer: "Nearly Lost You"|
|Californication||2007||TV Series writer: "No One Knows"|
|Veronica Mars||2007||TV Series performer - 2 episodes|
|Kurt Cobain About a Son||2006||Documentary performer: "Museum" / writer: "Museum"|
|The Real Hustle||2006||TV Series documentary writer - 1 episode|
|Guitar Hero||2005||Video Game writer: "No One Knows"|
|Robbery Homicide Division||2002||TV Series writer - 1 episode|
|Under Heaven||1998||performer: "Pendulum" / writer: "Pendulum"|
|Hype!||1996||Documentary performer: "The River Rise" - as Mark Lanagan / writer: "The River Rise" - as Mark Lanagan|
|The River Wild||1994||writer: "Dollar Bill"|
|Singles||1992||writer: "Nearly Lost You"|
|The Eighth City||2013||Short|
|Small Gods||2007||as Marc Langegan|
|Queens of the Stone Age: Over the Years and Through the Woods||2005||Documentary||Himself (as One of the Queens)|
|Rove Live||2005||TV Series||Himself|
|Other Voices: Songs from a Room||2005||TV Series||Himself|
|Late Night with Conan O'Brien||2005||TV Series||Himself|
|Mad Season: Live at the Moore||1995||Video documentary||Himself|
|Video on Trial||2006||TV Series||Himself - Queens of the Stone Age|
|2008||Award for Best Music||Annonay International Festival of First Films||Small Gods (2007)|