How rich is Joe Elliott?
Joe Elliott Net Worth:
|Birth date:||August 1, 1959|
|Birth place:||Sheffield, United Kingdom|
|Height:||6 ft 1 in (1.87 m)|
|Profession:||Singer-songwriter, Singer, Musician, Songwriter, Record producer|
|Spouse:||Kristine Elliott (m. 2004), Karla Rhamdani (m. 1989–1996)|
|Music groups:||Def Leppard (Since 1977), Down 'n' Outz (Since 2009), Kings of Chaos, Atomic Mass, Cybernauts|
Joe Elliott Net Worth:
Joe Elliott Net Worth $70 Million
Joe Elliott is a British singer songwriter and musician with a net worth of $70 million dollars. Joe Elliott was born in Sheffield, South Yorkshire, England in August 1959. Joe known as the lead vocalist for the group Def Leppard. He became the lead vocalist for the band Atomic Mass. The group changed their name to Def Leppard. In addition to singing Joe provides rhythm guitar and occasionally drums, piano, and electronic keyboards. Their single “Bringin’ On the Heartbreak” was among the very first rock videos which was played on MTV. The band’s 1983 record was rated #384 on Rolling Stone’s 500 Great Records of All Time. Their 1987 album Hysteria hit #1 in the U.S. and the U.K. The album has sold more than 20 million copies and was certified 12x Platinum. Their album Adrenalize also hit #1 in the U.S. and the U.K. All together the group has sold over 100 million records world-wide. They have sold 10 million copies of two records in the U.S. becoming one of five bands to do this. In 2012 he joined the super group Kings of Chaos.
Nicknamed Zeff, English singer-songwriter, musician and producer Joe Elliot has an estimated net worth of $70 million. Produced Joseph Thomas Elliot Jr. on August 1, 1959 in Sheffield, South Yorkshire, England, he is best known as the lead vocalist and occasional rhythm guitarist of the British rock band Def Leppard. He has additionally become the lead singer of David Bowie tribute band, the Cybernauts as well as the Mott the Hopple cover band, Down ‘n’ Outz. He is among both initial members of Def Leppard and among the three to perform on every Def Leppard record.
Elliott attended King Edward VII School. In November 1977, Elliott met Pete Willis of the Atomic Mass group after missing a bus. He soon became an associate of the band as a vocalist. He proposed changing the name to Deaf Leopard along with the group concurred. It was subsequently altered to Def Leppard to differentiate them from contemporary punk bands. He became an essential part of the band while also contributing his songwriting abilities. As a songwriter, Joe Elliot has drawn from his eclectic tastes in music, ranging from pop rock to folk, as sources of inspiration. He also makes remarks that the lyrics of the group’s music are virtually never personal. They are intended to be easily reachable to the listener. Elliot also plays guitar and drums in addition to piano and electric keyboard. He currently hosts a radio show on planetrock.com on Saturday nights.