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Ronnie Milsap Net Worth

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Ronnie Milsap Lee net worth is
$14 Million

Ronnie Milsap Lee Wiki/Biography

Ronnie Milsap Lee was born on the 16th January 1943, in Robbinsville, North Carolina USA, and is a singer and musician known as a country and pop singer, who has had 40 number one hits on the country charts, as he was one of the most successful crossover artists in the 1970s and 1980s. Ronnie managed to draw worldwide recognition as he is blind. He has won six Grammy Awards as well as being inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame. Milsap has been active in the entertainment industry since 1963.

How rich is the singer and musician? It has been estimated by authoritative sources that the overall size of Ronnie Milsap’s net worth is as much as $14 million, as of the data presented in the middle of 2016. Music is the main source of his wealth.

Ronnie Milsap Net Worth $14 Million

To begin with, the boy was born blind because of glaucoma, and was raised by grandparents as he was abandoned by his mother, believing that this was a punishment from God. As a child, he relied on his musical talent and received an education in classical music. His real interest, however, was country music and later the rock’ n’ roll. During his school years, he formed his first band.

Moreover, Milsap entered the music scene as a member of the successful band of JJ Cale. A little later he formed his own group, which played a mix of country and blues, and in the late 1960s it was known for a minor hit “Never Had It So Good”, which was the base for his net worth.

In 1969, he moved with his band to Memphis, where he worked as a studio musician. Among other things, he took part in the recordings of Elvis Presley, and also had regular appearances in a local club. In 1970, he recorded the single “Loving You Is a Natural Thing” which appeared on the Billboard Top 100, and a year later, he released his first album called “Ronnie Milsap” (1971).

In 1973, Milsap moved to Nashville, the centre of country music, where he worked with the manager Jack D. Johnson; the same year he received a recording contract from RCA. The first single “I Hate You” (1973) released under the previously mentioned label made it into the top ten of the country charts. The following year he scored three consecutive number one singles: “Pure Love”, “Please, Don’t Tell Me How the Story Ends” and “(I’d Be) A Legend in My Time” – it was the time when country music dominated over the mainstream and pop sounds, and so Milsap rose to fame, releasing a series of 40 number one singles, some of which listed in the pop charts too. Moreover, his albums achieved gold status five times, and he won among others six Grammy Awards as the Best Country Singer. What is more, he became the CMA Entertainer of the Year. All these achievements benefited his net worth.

In 1988, Milsap had to undergo vocal cord surgery, but recovered without complications. His sales figures gradually subsided, however. As country music became less interesting for audiences, Ronnie Milsap oriented himself towards pop music, and his arrangements were fuller. In 1990, his two greatest hits albums were certified platinum. After a few flops, he moved to Liberty Records in 1992, but again he could not build on the earlier successes.

Finally, in the personal life of the singer, Ronnie married Joyce Milsap in 1965; they have one child.


Full NameRonnie Milsap
Net Worth$14 Million
Date Of BirthJanuary 16, 1943
Place Of BirthRobbinsville, North Carolina, USA
ProfessionCountry music singer, pianist
EducationGovernor Morehead School, Young Harris College in Young Harris, GA
NationalityAmerican
SpouseJoyce Milsap (m. 1965-)
ChildrenTodd Milsap
Facebookhttps://www.facebook.com/ronniemilsap
Twitterhttps://twitter.com/ronniemilsap
MySpacehttps://myspace.com/ronniemilsap
IMDBhttp://www.imdb.com/name/nm0590591
AwardsGrammy awards - Best Male Country Vocal Performance (1975,1977, 1982, 1986-88), Most Promising Male Artist (1975), No. 1 Country Song of the Year (Billboard magazine, 1980,1985)
Record LabelsRCA Records, Liberty Records, Scepter Records, Warner Brothers
Albums“Ronnie Milsap” (1971), "Keyed Up" (1983), "True Believer" (1993), "Just for a Thrill", "My Life" (2006), "Country Again" (2011), "Summer #17" (2014), "Forever Country" (2016)
Music Groups"JJ Cale"
NominationsCountry Music Hall of Fame (2014), 1982 Top Male Vocalist (1982), Song of the Year (1985), Instrumentalist of the Year, Keyboards (1988), Pioneer Award (2002)
MoviesRonnie Milsap: Live, Dolly Parton & Friends
#Fact
1He underwent constant abuse while at the Governor Morehead School Of The Blind.
2Is a licensed amateur (ham) radio operator with the call sign WB4KCG.
3Has a son Todd, who also happens to be his road manager.
4All told, scored 35 No. 1 hits and an additional 14 top 10 singles on Billboard's country chart.
5First scored top 10 singles on Billboard magazine's country singles chart in 1973, with "I Hate You." His first No. 1 came in 1974, with "Pure Love." His last No. 1 hit came in 1989, with "A Woman in Love."
6Ronnie was born with a Congenital Glaucoma which left him almost completely blind (although he did have light vision in his left eye). He lost his remaining vision when he was at the "Governor Morehead School Of The Blind", having stood up for another student (who's name was Mack Grindstaff), got punched in the face, is when he fully lost the last bit of light in hist left eye.
7Country singer/guitarist/pianist.
8His recording, "Never Had It So Good" (Scepter 12109) went to #19 on Billboard Magazine's R&B charts (USA) in 1965.

Soundtrack

TitleYearStatusCharacter
The Marty Stuart Show2010TV Series performer - 1 episode
Dolly Parton & Friends2007Video performer: "Pure Love", "Rollin' In My Sweet Baby's Arms", "Legend In My Time", "I Believe In Music"
Ronnie Milsap: Live2002Video performer: "Any Day Now", "What a Difference You Made in My Life", "Lost in the 50s Tonight", "Young Blood", "The Future Is Not What It Used to Be", "Happy Happy Birthday Baby", "In the Wee Small Hours of the Morning", "But Not For Me" from Girl Crazy, "My Funny Valentine" from Pal Joey, "Button Off My Shirt", "Smoky Mountain Rain", "Stranger In My House", "I Wouldn't Have Missed It For the World", "Almost Like a Song", "Pure Love", " There's No Gettin' Over Me" / writer: "Almost Like a So
Switch1991performer: "Old Habits Are Hard To Break" / producer: "Old Habits Are Hard To Break"
Uncle Buck1990TV Series performer: "Uncle Buck"
J.J. Starbuck1987TV Series performer: "Gone Again"
Follow That Bird1985performer: "Working On My Atitude"
The Rousters1983TV Series performer - 1 episode
The Rousters1983TV Movie performer: "Tough Enough" Main Title Theme, "Tough Enough"
Bronco Billy1980performer: "Cowboys and Clowns", "Bronco Billy"
Country Superstars of the 70s1979TV Movie performer: "Country Is"
Drive-In1976performer: "Pure Love"
Dolly1976TV Series performer - 1 episode
9th Annual Country Music Association Awards1975TV Special performer: "Daydreams About Night Things", "How I Love Them Old Songs"
In Concert1975TV Series performer - 1 episode
The Porter Wagoner Show1974TV Series performer - 1 episode
Promised Land2012performer: "Daydreams About Night Things"
Late Night with Jimmy Fallon2010TV Series performer - 1 episode

Music Department

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Uncle Buck1990TV Series singer - 5 episodes
J.J. Starbuck1988TV Series theme song - 1 episode

Producer

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Ronnie Milsap: Live2002Video producer

Self

TitleYearStatusCharacter
ACM Presents: Superstar Duets!2015TV SpecialHimself
Country: Portraits of an American Sound2015DocumentaryHimself
Pa's Fiddle: The Music of America2012TV MovieHimself
Hank Cochran: Livin' for a Song2012DocumentaryHimself
Late Night with Jimmy Fallon2010TV SeriesHimself - Musical Guest
The Marty Stuart Show2010TV SeriesHimself - Special Guest
Inside Music Row2010TV SeriesHimself
The Apprentice2008TV SeriesHimself - Multi-Platinum Country Star
Cracker Barrel: Songs of the Year Concert2007TV SpecialHimself - Singer
The 37th Annual Academy of Country Music Awards2002TV SpecialHimself
Ronnie Milsap: Live2002VideoHimself
Jerry Lewis MDA Labor Day Telethon2000TV SeriesHimself
America's Music: The Roots of Country1996TV Mini-Series documentaryHimself (1996)
Hee Haw1973-1992TV SeriesHimself - Special Guest / Himself
Hot Country Nights1992TV SeriesHimself
The Grammy Lifetime Achievment Award Show1987TV MovieHimself
The 21st Annual Academy of Country Music Awards1986TV SpecialHimself
The 28th Annual Grammy Awards1986TV SpecialHimself
Solid Gold1983TV SeriesHimself
Late Night with David Letterman1982TV SeriesHimself
The Glen Campbell Music Show1982TV SeriesHimself
The American Music Awards1982TV SpecialHimself
New American Bandstand 19651981TV SeriesHimself
Barbara Mandrell and the Mandrell Sisters1981TV SeriesHimself
The John Davidson Show1980TV SeriesHimself - Guest
Merry Christmas from the Grand Ole Opry1979TV MovieHimself - Singer
Country Superstars of the 70s1979TV MovieHimself
13th Annual Country Music Association Awards1979TV SpecialHimself
The Mike Douglas Show1978-1979TV SeriesHimself - Country Vocalist / Himself - Vocalist
The Val Doonican Music Show1979TV SeriesHimself
The Country Western Murders1979TV MovieHimself
Lucy Comes to Nashville1978TV SpecialHimself
12th Annual Country Music Association Awards1978TV SpecialHimself
Hee Haw Honeys1978TV SeriesHimself
The 20th Annual Grammy Awards1978TV SpecialHimself
The 5th Annual American Music Awards1978TV SpecialHimself
Jamboree in the Hills1978TV MovieHimself
11th Annual Country Music Association Awards1977TV SpecialHimself
10th Annual Country Music Association Awards1976TV SpecialHimself
Dolly1976TV SeriesHimself - Performer
Dinah!1974-1976TV SeriesHimself
9th Annual Country Music Association Awards1975TV SpecialHimself - Performer
In Concert1975TV SeriesHimself
8th Annual Country Music Association Awards1974TV SpecialHimself
The Porter Wagoner Show1974TV SeriesHimself - Guest
That Good Ole Nashville Music1970TV SeriesHimself - Guest Performer
Another World1964TV SeriesHimself (1991)

Archive Footage

TitleYearStatusCharacter
Rare Southern Gospel Singing Celebration2010VideoHimself - Performer
Dolly Parton & Friends2007VideoHimself
CMT Greatest Moments: Dolly Parton2006TV Movie documentaryHimself
Headline Country2006TV SeriesHimself
CMT Crossroads2006TV SeriesHimself

Known for movies


Source
IMDB Wikipedia

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