Georg Listing Net Worth $25 Million
Georg Listing is a German bass player with a net worth of $25 million. Georg Listing was born Georg Moritz Hagen Listing in Halle, Saxony-Anhalt in March 1987. He’s best known as the bass player for the band Tokio Hotel. Georg’s musical idol if Flea in the Red Hot Chili Peppers. . Tokio Hotel formed in 2001 when George Listing and drummer Gustav Schafer joined twins Bill (vocals) and Tom (guitar) Kaulitz. The band started out under the name Devilish. The band released a self-titled record in 2001. Their debut album Schrei was released exactly the same year and also the single “Durch den Monsun” hit #1 in Germany. They released studio albums in 2007 and 2009 together with a best of album in 2010 and two live albums. They’ve won awards from MTV France, MTV Europe, MTV Italy, MTV Video Music Awards (USA), MTV Latin America, MTV O Music Awards, and MTV Video Music Awards Japan. The have had four #1 singles and three #1 records in Germany.
Records like Schrei, Zimmer and Scream became very popular, and it has helped Georg obtain plenty of recognition. Even their compiled record “Best Of” was a hit — it had two new songs. In addition to the albums, the group also brings in a great deal in the concerts where they perform. The band has a massive fan following and hence the tours and concerts at different city and countries is a significant income source for the group. Georg Listing makes plenty of cash from modeling and commercials. Nevertheless, the major source of wealth and fame still remains the band Tokio Hotel. The band decides its occasion and plan of action based on the public demand. They have an program for the android users and iOS by which they are able to remain in contact with their supporters and keep them updated with the approaching events. So a whole wealth of $25 Million for its bassist is quite anticipated.
Georg has a luxurious preference and spends lavishly on his desires. He is extremely fond of sports cars and enjoys scuba diving too. Georg additionally finds enough time for holidays with his friends and family.