James Taylor Net Worth $60 Million

James Taylor Net Worth $60 Million

James Taylor Net Worth

James Taylor Net Worth
$60 Million

$60 Million

Source of Wealth:

Music

Age:

71

Birth Place:

Boston, Massachusetts, United States

Marital Status:

Married (Caroline “Kim” Smedvig)

Full Name:

James Vernon Taylor

Nationality:

American

Date of Birth:

March 12, 1948

Ethnicity:

American

Occupation:

Musician, Songwriter, Singer

Education:

Milton Academy, Elon University

Children:

4 (Ben, Sally, Rufus, Henry

   JAMES TAYLOR BIOGRAPHY

James Taylor was born in 1948 in the state of Massachusetts. He is a singer–songwriter has a net worth of $60 million.

 

James Taylor who had struggled with becoming famous also had a slight setback with drugs in 1960’s. He, at that time, was addicted into with heroin, and eventually was broken, and his manager abandoned him. However, he did get help for his addiction and help with the vocal cords that were strained from too much singing. At that point, he had a major breakthrough in 1970, with the number one hit Fire and Rain, and in 1976, he sold millions with You’ve Got a Friend. He was in the Rock N Roll Hall of fame in 2000.

 

The career was very challenging, but married for that duration did not go back to the studios until 1974 and then he made a fifth album. The track itself was very disappointing overall, but people loved it in concerts.

EARNINGS & FINANCIAL DATA

Earnings 2008

Record Sales 2008

Estimated record sales from the album, Covers (100 thousand copies sold in the United Kingdom)

$150,000

Earnings 2002

Record Sales 2002

Estimated record sales from the album, October Road (1 million copies sold in the U.S.)

$1,500,000

Earnings 1997

Record Sales 1997

Estimated record sales from the album, Hourglass (1 million copies sold in the U.S.)

$1,500,000

Earnings 1991

Record Sales 1991

Estimated record sales from the album, New Moon Shine (1 million copies sold in the U.S.)

$1,500,000

Earnings 1988

Record Sales 1988

Estimated record sales from the album, Never Die Young (1 million copies sold in the U.S.)

$1,500,000

Earnings 1985

Record Sales 1985

Estimated record sales from the album, That’s Why I’m Here (1 million copies sold in the U.S.)

$1,500,000

Earnings 1981

Record Sales 1981

Estimated record sales from the album, Dad Loves His Work (1 million copies sold in the U.S.)

$1,500,000

Earnings 1979

Record Sales 1979

Estimated record sales from the album, Flag (1 million copies sold in the U.S.)

$1,500,000

Earnings 1977

Record Sales 1977

Estimated record sales from the album, JT (3 million copies sold in the U.S.)

$4,500,000

Record Sales 1977

Estimated record sales from the album, JT (40 thousand copies sold in Canada)

$60,000

Earnings 1976

Record Sales 1976

Estimated record sales from the album, In The Pocket (500 thousand copies sold in the U.S.)

$750,000

Earnings 1975

Record Sales 1975

Estimated record sales from the album, Gorilla (500 thousand copies sold in the U.S.)

$750,000

Earnings 1972

Record Sales 1972

Estimated record sales from the album, One Man Dog (500 thousand copies sold in the U.S.)

$750,000

Earnings 1971

Record Sales 1971

Estimated record sales from the album, Mud Slide Slim and the Blue Horizon (2 million copies sold in the U.S.)

$3,000,000

Earnings 1970

Record Sales 1970

Estimated record sales from the album, Sweet Baby James (60,000 copies – UK)

$90,000

Record Sales 1970

Estimated record sales from the album, Sweet Baby James (3 million copies sold in the U.S.)

$4,500,00

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