How Much is Robbie Robertson Net Worth and Income?

Robbie Robertson net worth could be around $10 million. He is popular as a talented man. Robbie is not only an actor, but he is also a musician. He is best known as the lead singer for The Band. And his name is ranked 59th in Rolling Stone magazine’s list of the 100 greatest guitarists.

Robbie Robertson Net Worth and Income

Robbie Robertson Net Worth : $ 10 million

He was Born on the 5th of July 1943 with his real name, Jaime Royal Robertson. Robbie got successful career with The Band as the guitarist. Their first live appearance was at the Winterland Ballroom in San Francisco in 1969. Their performance in Woodstock Festival and the UK Isle of Wight Festival with Bob Dylan are two of most memorable moments of their career. Some of their popular songs including “The Night They Drove Old Dixie Down“, “Rag Mama Rag”, etc. Robbie has great contribution as the songwriter of the band. He is a good friend to Bob Dylan.

His career ran well and became one of the most successful musician in his era. He also worked as a film composer too. In 1987, Robbie began his career as a soloist. He released his first solo album with his own name. Many of his songs became hits. he album was even on the list of Rolling Stone’s “100 Best Albums of the Eighties.” in 1989

The source of Robbie Robertson Net Worth

Most of his income came from all the successful career and achievement. His popular songs, performance as a band an solo career had given him much amount of income to his bank account. Besides, he was also included as composer for many TV shows.  And thanks to Martin Scorsese who has trusted him to manage music for some of his movies including casino, The Daparted, and Gangs of the New York. As an actor, he has starred various titles of movies. Those were Carny, The Crossing Guards. Robbie Robertson Net Worth has reached $ 10 million

some of awards he received are

  1. Canadian Songwriters Hall of Fame,
  2. a Lifetime Achievement Award from the National Academy of Songwriters.
  3. Rock and Roll Hall of Fame
  4. Canadian Music Hall of Fame
  5. Canada’s Walk of Fame,

 

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