Peter Green Net Worth

Peter Green Net Worth 2022: Wiki Biography, Married, Family, Measurements, Height, Salary, Relationships

Peter Allen Greenbaum net worth is
$15 Million

Peter Allen Greenbaum Wiki Biography

Peter Allen Greenbaum was born on 29th October 1946, in Bethnal Green, London England, of Jewish ancestry, and is a guitarist and singer who played a decisive role in the blues, rock and pop music scene of the late 1960s. Peter is the founding member of so-called ‘original’ Fleetwood Mac, and alongside the aforementioned band, Green has been inducted into the Rock ‘n’ Roll Hall of Fame. Peter Green has been active in the entertainment industry since 1966.

How rich is a musician? It has been reported by authoritative sources that the size of Peter Green’s net worth is as much as $15 million, as of the data presented in late 2017. Music is the major source of Green’s wealth.

Peter Green Net Worth $15 Million

Peter made his debut in 1966 with the Peter B’s Looners, with which he recorded a single. Green then played guitar in the band of John Mayall, but in 1967 left John Mayall and founded Fleetwood Mac with Mick Fleetwood and John McVie. From 1967 to 1970, Fleetwood Mac was one of the major groups of the rock scene, during which period Green became an inspired composer, notably with the piece “Black Magic Woman” in 1969, certainly establishing his net worth.

However, while Fleetwood Mac was at its peak in early 1970, the mental health of Peter Green became a concern. A complex and tortured personality, he does not see his status as a super star. He sought comfort in religion, but also in artificial paradises, which only further caused deterioration in his condition. Peter Green would have a vision of an angel who would ask him to devote the group’s income to peace in the world. It was as a result of this vision that he wrote “Green Manalishi” in 1970. In May 1970, he left the group suddenly, to record a solo instrumental album with the premonition title: “The End of the Game”, after which Peter Green abandoned music.

Caught up in a mystical spiral, he sold his belongings and ended up in a psychiatric hospital. He accumulated odd jobs for several years, including that of gravedigger. He got back to the entertainment industry in 1979 with the album “In The Skies”, very warmly welcomed by the critics, but after a few other releases, he sank again into a long depression, and schizophrenia. It took more than ten years for Peter Green to emerge from his silence, in the middle 1990s. Pushed by Nigel Watson, he founded the Splinter Group, which has since recorded many albums, and continues to perform regularly on stage. Fans have criticized the group, because Green did not sing, was not a solo guitarist, and apparently had just a minor role, although he seemed to have recovered both psychologically and physically. The Splinter Group continued to live in relative undeserving anonymity until 2005. A compilation of the work of Peter Green was published in 2008: it is group on four CDs, the essential part of this guitarist, a bible for the lovers of this legendary bluesman and instrumentalist. Some promotional concerts were organized in 2009 with a new formation, Peter Green and Friends, with which Green found himself a soloist, but had lost a lot of his technique.

Finally, in the personal life of the musician, he married Jane Samuels in 1978, but the two divorced in 1979, after having one child. He has apparently remained single since then.

Net Worth$15 Million
Date Of BirthOctober 29, 1946
Place Of BirthBethnal Green, London England
ProfessionMusician, Guitarist
SpouseJane Samuels (m. 1978 - 1979)
ChildrenRosebud Samuels-Greenbaum
ParentsJoe Greenbaum, Ann Greenbaum
SiblingsMichael Greenbaum
AwardsBrit Award for Outstanding Contribution to Music (2015)
Record LabelsEpic, Reprise, PVK, Creole
AlbumsFleetwood Mac (1968, Fleetwood Mac), The End of the Game (1975), Tusk (1979, Fleetwood Mac), Whatcha Gonna Do? (1981), White Sky (1982), Rattlesnake Guitar: The Music of Peter Green (1995), Supernatural (1997), Alone With the Blues (1998), The Very Best of Peter Green (2001), Blues By Green (2003), The Anthology (2008)
Music GroupsFleetwood Mac, John Mayall & the Bluesbreakers (1967 – 1967), Peter Green Splinter Group, Katmandu
NominationsRock and Roll Hall of Fame (1998), 100 Greatest Guitarists of All Time (Rolling Stone magazine, 2012), Third-best Guitarist of All Time (Mojo magazine, 1996)
MoviesFleetwood Mac: The Early Years (1994, documentary), Soul to Soul (1971, documentary), Peter Green Splinter Group: In Concert (2003, concert-film)
TV ShowsInspector George Gently (2015), The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, American Idol (2009), Doctor Who (1970)
1Usually used a Gibson Les Paul
1Left the band Fleetwood Mac to pursue other interests. He would later be replaced by former Chicken Shack vocalist, Christine McVie, who was a devout fan of the band.
2Fleetwood Mac was awarded a Star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame for Recording at 6608 Hollywood Boulevard in Hollywood, California.
3In his early years, he refused to work on Saturdays, the Jewish day of rest.
4His main influences were Hank B. Marvin, Muddy Waters and B.B. King, as well as "old Jewish songs".
5Came from a working-class family in the East end of London.
6Suffered from mental illness for years, at one point abandoning his guitars and becoming a grave-digger. Re-emerged in the 1990s, after he stopped taking the medications he'd long been on as a patient.
7Carlos Santana's band Santana had a big hit with their Latin-tinged cover-version of "Black Magic Woman", composed by Green. He and Carlos Santana were friends, and admirers of each other's guitar playing.
8He is perhaps best-remembered for his instrumental, "Albatross", which was Fleetwood Mac's only number one hit in the UK.
9His song "Man of the World" was covered by Marillion frontman Steve Hogarth and "The H Band", on the album "Live Spirit: Live Body", released 2002.
10Founding member and original lead guitarist with Fleetwood Mac. Their name originated as an instrumental song, featuring his favorite drummer and bassist, Mick Fleetwood and John McVie, then became the name of the band.


Inspector George Gently2015TV Series writer - 1 episode
About Last Night2014writer: "Black Magic Woman"
The Tonight Show with Jay Leno2011-2013TV Series writer - 5 episodes
Best Possible Taste: The Kenny Everett Story2012TV Movie writer: "Albatross"
Parenthood2012TV Series writer - 1 episode
Love & Other Drugs2010writer: "Show-Biz Blues"
This Is England '862010TV Mini-Series writer - 1 episode
Dancing with the Stars2009TV Series writer - 1 episode
American Idol2009TV Series writer - 1 episode
The Damned United2009writer: "Man of the World"
Man on Wire2008Documentary writer: "Albatross"
Guitar Hero III: Legends of Rock2007Video Game writer: "Black Magic Woman"
Uranya2006writer: "Albatross"
Munich2005writer: "Black Magic Woman" - as Peter Alan Green
Idol2005TV Series writer - 1 episode
Gary Moore & The Midnight Blues: Live at Montreux 19902004Video writer: "Stop Messin' Around"
The Night We Called It a Day2003writer: "Albatross" 60s radio edit
Anger Management2003writer: "Black Magic Woman"
City by the Sea2002writer: "Out Of Reach"
Operación triunfo2001TV Series writer - 1 episode
Burning Down the House2001writer: "Rattlesnake Shake" from 1970
Loser2000writer: "Man Of The World" - as Peter Alan Green
Frequency2000writer: "Rattlesnake Shake"
Detroit Rock City1999writer: "Black Magic Woman"
Jerry Maguire1996writer: "Oh Well, Part 1"
Adão e Eva1995writer: "BLACK MAGIC WOMAN"
CrissCross1992writer: "Albatross", "Oh Well"
Black Magic Woman1991lyrics: "Black Magic Woman" / music: "Black Magic Woman"
Alhola1991TV Series writer - 1 episode
Unser Auto wird 1001985TV Series documentary performer - 1 episode
Rock 'n' Roll High School1979writer: "Albatross'
Saturday Night Live1977TV Series writer - 1 episode
Welt am Draht1973TV Movie music: "Albatross" - as Peter Alan Green
Rocker1972TV Movie writer: "Black Magic Woman"
Soul to Soul1971Documentary writer: "Black Magic Woman"
Doctor Who1970TV Series writer - 1 episode

Music Department

Midnight in Saint Petersburg1996TV Movie composer: song "Oh Well"


Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Live2009TV MovieHimself
Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Live: Light My Fire2009VideoHimself
Peter Green: 'Man of the World'2009TV Movie documentaryHimself
The Blues2003TV Series documentaryHimself
The Works1996TV Series documentaryHimself
Top of the Pops1971TV SeriesHeavy Heart
Disco 21970TV SeriesHimself-as Fleetwood Mac
Playboy After Dark1970TV SeriesHimself - Fleetwood Mac

Archive Footage

Rock Family Trees1995TV Series documentaryHimself

Known for movies

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