Bobby Vinton Net Worth $20 Million
Born in Canonsburg, Pennsylvania, Bobby Vinton formed his first band when he as 16, and used the cash he made performing to pay for college. Bobby earned a degree in Music Composition from Duquesne University. Bobby signed with Epic Records in 1960, after completing two years of service in the Army. His first hit single was “Roses Are Red (My Love)”, and he’d continue to release #1 tracks throughout the 60s. “Roses AreRed( was one of not many artists who continued to release chart-topping tracks after the Beatles burst onto the charts and made it difficult to break the Billboard Top Ten. Between 1962 and 1972, he had more #1 songs than any other male solo artist. He ran the Bobby Vinton Blue Velvet Theater in Branson, Missouri until 2002. He now lives together with his wife of 50 years in Englewood, Florida.
American musician Bobby Vinton has an estimated net worth of $20 million. He accumulated his net worth as a pop music vocalist and he became known as “The Polish Prince”. Born Stanley Robert Vinton Jr. on April 16, 1935 in Canonsburg, Pennsylvania, he’s of Polish ethnic foundation. His music interest was improved because his parents supported him by giving him his day-to-day 25 cent allowance after he previously practiced the clarinet. He formed his first group in the age of 16 where they played in the nightclubs around the Pittsburg area. The cash he earned help fund his college education at Duquesne University where he graduated with a diploma in musical composition. While at the university, he became proficient in musical instruments including piano, clarinet, saxophone, trumpet, drums and oboe.
His first hit single was Roses Are Red (My Love). After that, he continued to release No. 1 tracks throughout the 60s. He gives credit to his mother Dorothy for inspiring his writing of the hit song My Melody of Love with Polish words in the tune. This success record led for The Bobby Vinton Show (1975). He along with his family were also encouraged in the White House. He was named as an Ambassador to Poland and traveled to Poland to perform. His tune There I’ve Said It Again became the final song to hit No. 1 in the US before the “British Invasion.”
Bobby Vinton was among the few artists who continued to release chart-topping tracks after the Beatles burst in the charts where it’s already challenging to crack the Billboard Top Ten. Bobby had more No. 1 songs than any other male solo artist between 1962 and 1972. Bobby ran the Bobby Vinton Blue Velvet Theater in Branson, Missouri until 2002. He’s married to Dolores “Dolly” Dobbins Vinton and they have five children: Robert, Kristin, Christopher, Jennifer (later altered to Hannah) and Rebecca. They now reside in Englewood, Florida.