Radney Foster Net Worth|Wiki|Bio|Know about his Career, Earnings, Songs, Albums, Age, Wife, Children
Facts of Radney Foster Net Worth|Wiki|Bio|Know about his Career, Earnings, Songs, Albums, Age, Wife, Children
|Date of Birth:
|1956 July 20
|67 years old
The American country music singer-songwriter, musician, and music producer Radney Muckleroy Foster made his recording debut as part of the Foster & Lloyd duo, recording three studio albums and nine singles on the country charts. He has a net worth of $63 Million.
Radney's Earnings and Assets
He mostly earned the money as a professional country singer. According to different sources, his net worth is estimated to be $63 million. The information about his property is disclosed.
Radney's Early Life
Foster was born on July 20, 1959, in Del Rio, Texas, as the second of four children. His father John Radney Foster was a lawyer who sang and played guitar. He learned to play guitar at age 12, listening to his father. And at 14 he started writing songs as well.
After graduating from high school, he attended the University of the South in Sewanee, Tennessee, where he became a member of the Gamma Sigma chapter of Phi Gamma Delta. He dropped out in 1979 and at the advice of veteran songwriter Randy Goodrum, moved to Nashville to pursue a music career. Foster later returned to college and completed his degree, while performing at local venues in his spare time.
Radney's Career and Achievements
Foster moved to Nashville in 1985 and found work at MTM Publishing Company as a songwriter. He met Bill Lloyd and co-wrote the song Since I Found You which became a top 10 hit for the Sweethearts of the Rodeo. In 1986 he formed the duo Foster & Lloyd and also received a recording contract with RCA Records Nashville. They recorded three studio albums and had nine singles on the country charts. Later, in 1990, their song Don't Go Out was released by Tanya Tucker as a duet with T. Graham Brown.
Two years later Foster signed with Arista Nashville and released the album Del Rio, TX. In 1994, Foster began work on his second album, which was original to be titled Never Say Die. Foster's third album was 1999's See What You Want to See, featuring a more pop-oriented sound and backing vocals from Darius Rucker of Hootie & the Blowfish. The album produced a charting single Godspeed (Sweet Dreams), a duet with Emmylou Harris which peaked at No. 74 on the country charts and was recorded by the Dixie Chicks in 2003. Two of the album's cuts were covered by Keith Urban, who released his renditions as singles Raining on Sunday from Golden Road, and I'm In from Defying Gravity.
In 2001, Foster signed with Dualtone Records and released Are You Ready for the Big Show? included the song Texas in 1880, which Foster had recorded as a member of Foster & Lloyd. The new version featured Pat Green and peaked at No. 54 on the country charts. Foster's next album was 2002's Another Way to Go. A Real Fine Place to Start another collaboration with Ducas became a No. 1 hit single for Sara Evans on her 2005 album Real Fine Place. In early 2017, Foster starred in Troubadour, a country musical by Sugarland member Kristian Bush and playwright Janece Shaffer whose production took place in Atlanta, at the Tony Award-winning Alliance Theatre. Foster also appears in the 2017 film, Beauty Mark. In September 2017, Foster released a CD/book duo For You To See The Stars. The collection of short stories is his first print publication and follows the stories on the CD, which included nine new songs and a special re-recording of Raining on Sunday, Foster's single that was later recorded by Keith Urban for his album Golden Road.
Radney's Personal Life
A native of Del Rio, Texas, Foster moved to Tennessee to attend the University of the South at Sewanee. He lives in Nashville with his wife Cyndi and three children, Julien, Jackson, and Maureen.
Engagement in Online World
With his age, he is more old-fashioned than a modern social user person. But he is active and posts about his works and life on his social page. He has 9,187 followers on Instagram, 13K Followers on Twitter, and 53K followers on Facebook.
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