Jimmy Barnes Net Worth|Wiki|Bio|Know his networth, Career, Musics, Album, Age, Personal life, Wife
Facts of Jimmy Barnes Net Worth|Wiki|Bio|Know his networth, Career, Musics, Album, Age, Personal life, Wife
|Net worth||$20 million|
|Date of Birth:||1956 April 28|
|First Name||James Dixon|
|Age:||66 years old|
James Dixon Barnes is a Scottish Australian rock singer. With the rock band Cold Chisel, he performed as a solo performer and lead vocalist. Barnes became one of the most popular and best-selling Australian music artists. He has a net worth of $20 million.
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Barnes's Networth and Assets
As a rock singer, his primary source of income comes from songs and the shows he performed. He earns around $71.5 thousand a year. But he also earns from different other platforms like his Youtube channel and brand endorsement. His Youtube channel generates around $290K in a year.
Barnes owns a house in Sydney, which is worth around $4 million. He also invested $1.17 million in property 17 years ago.
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Early Life of Barnes
He was born on April 28, 1956, in Glasgow, Scotland to Dorothy and Jim Swan. He grew up with his four siblings John, Dorothy, Linda, and Alan. His brother John encouraged and taught Barnes to sing. When he was 5 years old his family moved to Australia.
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Barnes's Career and Achievements
Barnes started his career with his older brother John, he took over the role of singer. Later in December 1975, he joined a band called Orange, where songwriter Don Walker, guitarist Ian Moss, drummer Steve Prestwich, and bass guitarist Les Kaczmarek were present. The band name was changed to Cold Chisel. Barnes's relationship with the band was not on good terms so he left several times and left vocal duties to Moss. He was leaving the band to join his brother John's band called Feather but the farewell program done by Cold Chisel was so good that he changed his mind and decided to stay. Later Cold Chisel was by WEA and released five studio albums and won numerous TV Week / Countdown Awards. The band broke up in December 1983, its final performances at the Sydney Entertainment Centre running from 12 to 15 December 1983.
He started his solo career less than a month after Cold Chisel's Last Stand tour came to an end in December 1983. He gathered Arnott, the former Fraternity, bass guitarist Bruce Howe, guitarists Mal Eastick, and Chris Stockley in a band. In August 1984, he released his first album No Second Prize. It peaked in 12th on the Australian charts. In September 1984, His first solo album, Bodyswerve, was released and debuted at Number One on the Australian charts. His second album For the Working Class Man released in December 1985. In October 1987, Barnes released Too Much Ain't Enough Love, which became his first solo number-one single. His third album, Freight Train Heart, was released in December 1987 and peaked at number one. His first solo live album, Barnestorming was released in November 1988 and peaked at number 3. His fourth studio album Two Fires features songwriter Desmond Child, Diane Warren, and Holly Knight and was released in August 1990. In November 1991, Barnes released his fifth studio album, Soul Deep. His other albums were Heat (1993) Flesh and Wood (1993) Psyclone (1995) Love and Fear (1999) Soul Deeper...Songs From the Deep South (2000) Double Happiness (2005) Out in the Blue (2007) The Rhythm and the Blues (2009) Rage and Ruin (2010) 30:30 Hindsight (2014) Soul Searchin' (2016) Och Aye the G'nu (2017) Working Class Boy (2018) My Criminal Record (2019) Flesh and Blood (2021) Blue Christmas (2022).
While he was in Cold Chisel he got awarded with Ted Albert Award for Outstanding Services to Australian Music. Barnes got nominated for Flesh and Blood as a Best Independent Rock Album. He won the Most Performed Rock Work award for the Shutting Down Our Town album. He also won many more awards for his different albums and solos. For Soul Deep, he won Best Male Artist and Highest Selling Album.
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Personal Life of Barnes's
Being famous he was in relationships with different women. He had seven children from his different wives. He got married to Jane Mahoney in May 1981. They had four children Mahalia, Elly-May, Eliza-Jane, and Jackie. But previously he was married to Kim Campbell and had a son David Joseph Campbell. And two daughters from earlier relationships Amanda Bennett and Megan Torzyn.
Barnes is a practicing Buddhist religion.
Engagement in the Online world
This rock singer has a huge fan following on his social pages. Barnes is socially active on different social media platforms. He shares his different posts, music, songs, and events with his fans on these social media where he stays connected with his fans.
Barnes has 200K followers on Instagram and 99K on Twitter. On his Facebook page, he has 733K followers. He also has a Youtube channel named Official Jimmy Barnes with 76.3K active subscribers.
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