How rich is Paul Rodgers?


How rich is Paul Rodgers?

Paul Rodgers Net Worth:
$14 Million

Birth date: December 17, 1949
Birth place: Middlesbrough, United Kingdom
Profession: Singer, Musician, Singer-songwriter, Record producer
Nationality: British
Spouse: Cynthia Kereluk (m. 2007), Machiko Shimizu (m. 1971–1996)
Children: Jasmine Rodgers, Steve Rodgers
Awards: British Academy's Ivor Novello Award for Outstanding Contribution to British Music (2011)
Music groups: Bad Company, Queen + Paul Rodgers, Free, The Firm, The Law, Rock Aid Armenia
Movies: Queen & Paul Rodgers: Return of the Champions, The Strat Pack, Paul Rodgers: Live in Glasgow, Experience Hendrix: Jimi Hendrix, The Four Tops: 50th Anniversary Concert, Waterloo, NY, USA, Glasgow, UK, Newcastle upon Tyne, UK
TV shows: Winter 2007 Tour in Houston "Trans-Siberian Orchestra" (2007), Temecula Valley Balloon & Wine Festival(2010 (2010), California), Grandstand Stage at the San Diego County Fair, Del Mar, California, Birmingham's National Indoor Arena (2011)

Paul Rodgers Net Worth:

Paul Bernard Rodgers (born 17 December 1949) is an English-Canadian rock singer-songwriter, best known for his success in the 1960s and 1970s as vocalist of Free and Bad Company. After stints in two less successful bands in the 1980s and early 1990s, The Firm and The Law, he became a solo artist. He has more recently toured and recorded with another popular band, Queen. Rodgers has been dubbed "The Voice" by his fans. A poll in Rolling Stone magazine ranked him number 55 on its list of the "100 Greatest Singers of All Time". In 2011 Rodgers received the British Academy's Ivor Novello Award for Outstanding Contribution to British Music.Rodgers has been cited as a significant influence on a number of notable rock singers, including David Coverdale, John Waite, Steve Overland, Lou Gramm, Jimi Jamison, Eric Martin, Steve Walsh, Joe Lynn Turner, Paul Young, Bruce Dickinson, Robin McAuley, Jimmy Barnes, Richie Kotzen and Joe Bonamassa. In 1991, John Mellencamp called Rodgers "the best rock singer ever." Freddie Mercury, the original Queen vocalist, in particular liked Rodgers and his aggressive style.