How Much is Shirley Caesar Net Worth and Income 2018?

Shirley Caesar Net Worth and Income

Shirley Caesar Net Worth : $18 million

Shirley Caesar is an American Gospel music singer , songwriter and recording artist too. She has been in this industry fort 6 decades. The First Lady of Gospel music, Shirley has already released more than 40 albums along her career. Currently, Shirley Caesar net worth is around $18 million.

Caesar was born on Oct 13, 1938 in Durham. She started recording when she was just 13 years old, in 1951. Shirley attended theShaw University and graduated with a degree in Business Administration. Her assion in Gospel was noticed when she was 18. At that age, she joined gospel group the Caravans. She had a long time with this group. She and The Caravans performed and recorded since 1958 to 1966.

In her personal life, Caesar married Bishop Harold I. Williams in 1983. Bishop Harold I was co-pastors of the 1,500-member Mount Calvary Word of Faith Church. It was located in north Carolina.
Talking about career and achievement, Shirley got very impressive work in singing. She even won Emmy Awards for 11 times and 7 times Dove Awards. This showed that she was really one of the most popular gospel singer around the world. Don’t you know? she also McDonald’s Golden Circle Lifetime Achievement Award for her contribution in entertainment industry,

The source of Shirley Caesar Net Worth and Income

Most of her income came from all the music activities that she did. As you already know that Shirley has spent 6 decades of her life as gospel singer. And she had release more than 40 albums. And even though she is no longer young, she is still active. She still appears in many events on air or off air. So far, Shirley Caesar Net Worth has touched $ 18 million dollars.
Beside being a gospel singer, she is also known as a pastor. She currently spends her time in Mount Calvary Word of Faith Church.

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