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Susan Cowsill Wiki/Biography
Susan Claire Cowsill was born on the 20th May 1959 in Canton, Ohio USA, and is a singer, songwriter and musician, who debuted in the industry as a member of the band The Cowsills, and later launched a solo career. Cowsill has been active in the entertainment industry since 1967.
How much is the net worth of Susan Cowsill? It has been estimated by authoritative sources that the overall size of her wealth is as much as $4 million, as of the data presented in the middle of 2017. Music is the major source of Cowsill’s fortune.
Susan Cowsill Net Worth $4 Million
To begin with, the girl was raised in Canton, the only daughter and youngest child in the family of the Cowsills. She debuted in the music industry as the member of The Cowsills in 1960s, when the many-headed family clan of the Cowsills decided to make a career as a singing group. In the middle of the 1960s, they secured a record deal with a small company, and released the single “All I Really Wanna Be”, which was a commercial flop, but still attracted the attention of a big record company. “The Rain, The Park and Other Things” (1967) was their first pop number, which managed to reach second place on Billboard 200. Other successful singles were “We Can Fly” (1968), which took 21st and “Indian Lake” (1968) which took 10th position on the main music chart in the US. The band experienced huge success in 1969 with a version of the song “Hair” from the musical of the same name, which took 2nd position on the Billboard 200. At the beginning of the 1970s, the group’s sparkle began to fade, but in US the band still has the nickname America’s first family of music.
Moreover, Susan began a solo career in 1976, and released several singles. Later, she appeared as a backing vocalist for many artists such as Hootie & the Blowfish, Mike Zito and Dwight Twilley among others. In 2005, her first solo album was released, entitled “Just Believe It”. Unfortunately, Susan experienced the extremely destructive storm Hurricane Katrina in 2005, which destroyed not only her home but also took away her brothers Harry and Bill. In 2010, Susan Cowsill released her second album “Lighthouse”, in which she paid the tribute to them and reflected on her losses. It should be mentioned that she appeared as a guest star in the television series “Treme” (2011) aired on HBO. Afterwards, the singer recorded a collaborative album “At Least We Have Each Other” (2012) with Jon Dee Graham and Freedy Johnston. In 2014, Susan and Peterson formed the band The Psycho Sisters and released the album “Up on the Chair Beatrice”.
Finally, in the personal life of the singer, she married Peter Holsapple in 1993, and they had a daughter, however, Susan and Peter announced that they parted their ways in 2001. Since 2003, Cowsil has been married to Russ Broussard.
|Full Name||Susan Cowsill|
|Net Worth||$4 Million|
|Date Of Birth||May 20, 1959|
|Place Of Birth||Canton, Ohio, United States|
|Profession||Musician, Singer, Songwriter|
|Spouse||Russ Broussard (m. 2003), Peter Holsapple (m. 1993–2001)|
|Parents||Bud Cowsill, Barbara Cowsill|
|Siblings||John Cowsill, Barry Cowsill, Bill Cowsill, Bob Cowsill, Richard Cowsill, Paul Cowsill|
|Record Labels||MGM, London, Warner Bros., Blue Corn indie label|
|Albums||Just Believe It (2005), Lighthouse (2010), At Least We Have Each Other (2012), Up on the Chair, Beatrice (2014), Captain Sad And His Ship Of Fools (1968), On My Side (1971), Global, (1998)|
|Music Groups||The Cowsills (since 1965)|
|Movies||Family Band: The Cowsills Story (2011, documentary)|
|TV Shows||The Dean Martin Show, After Mardi Gras: Treme (2011), CIV: Duets and CIV: Neil Diamond (2012), Live at Carrollton Station: Covered In Vinyl Series Vol. 1 (2007), Barbara McNair Show (1970), A Family Thing 91968)|
|1||Susan has her own band and is currently touring in a concept cover group, performing covers of entire classic albums. [March 2006]|
|2||Daughter of Barbara Cowsill and Bud Cowsill.|
|3||Younger sister of Bill Cowsill, Barry Cowsill, John Cowsill, Richard Cowsill, Bob Cowsill and Paul Cowsill.|
|4||Sister-in-law of Victoria Peterson, Debbi Peterson and Steve Botting.|
|5||A member of The Cowsills.|
|A Family Thing||1968||TV Special performer: "Happiness", "The Old Soft Shoe"|
|Family Band: The Cowsills Story||2011||Documentary||Herself|
|The Barbara McNair Show||1970||TV Series||Herself|
|The Real Tom Kennedy Show||1970||TV Series||Herself|
|A Family Thing||1968||TV Special||Herself|