John Rich, an American country singer, and TV personality is worth $9 million. John Rich, a professional team roper who was born in Amarillo, Texas in 1974, relocated to Nashville after finishing high school.
Soon after, he became Lonestar’s bass guitarist, and his songs, including the number-one hit “Come Cryin’ to Me,” began to rise in the charts.
|Net Worth:||$9 Million|
|Date of Birth:||Jan 7, 1974 (48 years old)|
|Height:||5 ft 9 in (1.77 m)|
|Profession:||Singer-songwriter, Record producer, Musician, Singer, Guitarist, Songwriter, Bassist|
|Nationality:||United States of America|
John Rich’s parents, Jim, a Baptist minister, and Judy Overton Rich, gave birth to him on January 7, 1974, in Amarillo, Texas. After finishing high school in Dickson, Tennessee at Dickson County Senior High School, he relocated to Nashville to pursue a career as a vocalist at Opryland USA.
Success in The Music Industry
Soon after, he became a member of Texasee, afterward renamed Lonestar. The band’s track “Heartbroke Every Day” included his lead vocals.
From 1997 to 1998, Rich was a member of Lonestar and contributed to the writing of two of the band’s singles, “Come Cryin’ to Me” and “Say When,” the latter of which became a top ten hit.
Before joining Big & Rich, Rich and Big Kenny worked together on three studio albums for Warner Bros. Records in the late ’90s and early ’00s. One of their 10 country singles, “Lost in This Moment,” reached number one on the charts.
Big & Rich released their fourth studio album, “That’s Why I Pray,” in 2012, which peaked at No. 15 on the Country charts.
It was his 2001 visit to cancer patient Katie Darnell that prompted him to record and self-release the CD Rescue Me. With BNA Records, he had two singles that charted and an album that wasn’t released until 2006.
Underneath the Same Moon, his debut solo album was published by BNA in 1999, simultaneously with Big Kenny’s debut solo album, Live a Little.
Rich’s first solo Top 40 hit was the lead-off track from his second studio album Son of a Preacher Man (2009), titled “Another Yo,” which peaked at No. 34 on the Billboard Hot Country Songs list for the chart week. A follow-up hit, “Shuttin’ Detroit Down,” was released by him.
Songwriter and Record Producer
During the heyday of his band Big & Rich, Rich also dabbled as a songwriter and producer for other artists. For the record labels of “Gretchen Wilson, Keith Anderson, Jewel, and John Anderson,” he worked as a music producer.
Over the course of that time, he collaborated on a number of hit singles, including Redneck Woman for Wilson, Mississippi Girl for Faith Hill, Why for Jason Aldean, and The Way I Loved You for Taylor Swift.
“Darkest Days” was a 2011 collaboration between Rich and the metal band Black Label Society. With Marie Osmond, Rich recorded a duet for her 2016 album, Music Is Medicine.
When Gone Country premiered on CMT, Rich was at the helm as the show’s host. In 2008, he joined Jewel, Jeffrey Steele, and host Billy Ray Cyrus on the NBC series Nashville Star as a judge.
In 2011, Rich appeared on The Celebrity Apprentice as a project manager, however, he was eliminated in the first round. Subsequently, he was awarded two more contracts, totaling $1,266,908 in donations to St. Jude’s Children’s Research Hospital.
In the live season finale, Rich proclaimed Marlee Matlin the winner and gave her an additional $250,000 for his charity. Also in 2012, he had a guiding role on the reality show The Next: Fame Is at Your Doorstep.
Cash Rich and Colt Daniel Rich are Rich and Joan Bush’s children from their marriage in 2008.
In addition, Rich has been an outspoken political activist for decades. To vote for Fred Thompson and John McCain in the 2008 U.S. presidential election, Big & Rich’s endorsement was a must.
After Trump’s victory in the 2019 general election, he endorsed him and published “Shut Up About Politics,” which included the hosts of the Fox News Channel show The Five.
“Shuttin’ Detroit Down” was featured in Senator Rand Paul’s 2016 presidential campaign announcement video. In 2020, Rich made headlines when he accused Lipscomb Academy’s dean of intercultural development, Brittany Paschall, of indoctrinating racist attitudes, leading to her dismissal.
John Rich’s Net Worth
In 2022, John Rich is expected to have a net worth of approximately $9 million. One half of the successful American country duo Big and Rich, Rich is a household name in his own right.
His wealth was significantly impacted by his achievements in the music business. He has achieved phenomenal commercial success on a worldwide scale, resulting in record sales that have netted him almost $36 million.
Rich has multiple streams of income, including his work as a judge and host on television, as well as royalties, tours, and other endeavors. In addition to Lonestar and Big Kenny, he has worked with a plethora of other country music artists, musicians, and composers.
Rich has captivated the hearts of many people with his music and has amassed vast money as a result.
A three-story, 17,081-square-foot mansion called Mt. Richmore serves as Rich’s house in Nashville. The 4,000 square-foot private club features its own set of five bedrooms, 10 bathrooms, an elevator, and other luxuries, and is located within the home’s larger 20-room main structure.
The property features a beautiful panorama and a huge entertainment area with a stage, a fully stocked bar, and even another room filled with significant artifacts from the development of country music.
To further establish his home as a haven for music, Rich constructed a 73-foot-long guitar-shaped pool, complete with a hot tub in place of the headstock.
Among the many luxurious automobiles in Rich’s garage are:
1968 Cadillac DeVille
1973 Dodge Dart Swinger
1970 Datsun pickup (reportedly learned to drive in)
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