How Much Is The Net Worth Of American Singer Alan Jackson?
American singer Alan Jackson Singer is one of the best-selling music artists of all-time who has won 2 Grammy Awards. He is best known for his hit debut studio album Here in the Real World in 1990.
Similarly, Jackson also recognized for contributing hit tracks such as Don’t Rock the Jukebox, Who I Am, Precious Memories, Good Times, and others. So far, his music has sold more than 77 million worldwide and 44 million sold in the United States.
According to the Celebrity Net Worth, Alan has an estimated net worth of $95 million in 2020.
On the other hand, The Richest claims that he is worth $75 million. As per some online sites, the singer earns a salary of $13 million per year.
Alan Jackson began his acting career working in the mailroom at The Nashville Network. Due to his connection with Glen Campbell, he became the first artist to sign a contract with the newly formed Arista Nashville branch of Arista Records.
Eventually, Alan launched his first single, Blue Branded Woman in 1989. After that, his debut album Here in the Real World was released on February 27, 1990. The track was 2 times Platinum certified by Music Canada and RIAA.
Income Of 16 Studio Albums
|Here in the Real World||$2,200,000|
|Don’t Rock the Jukebox||$4,200,000|
|A Lot About Livin’||$6,300,000|
|Who I Am||$4,200,000|
|Everything I Love||$3 million|
|Under the Influence||$1 million|
|When Somebody Loves You||$1,050,000|
|What I Do||$1 million|
|Like Red on a Rose||$500,000|
|The Bluegrass Album||$200,000|
|Angels and Alcohol||$200,000|
Earnings From Live Album, Compilation Albums, Video Albums, and Christmas Albums, And Gospel Albums Are Listed Below:
|Here in the Reel World||$50,000|
|Honky Tonk Christmas||$1,306,500|
|Livin’, Lovin’, and Rockin’ That Jukebox||$100,000|
|The Greatest Hits Video Collection||$100,000|
|The Greatest Hits Collection||$6,400,000|
|Let It Be Christmas||$500,000|
|The Greatest Hits Volume II||$6,400,000|
|Greatest Hits Volume II, Disc 1||$100,000|
|Greatest Hits Volume II, Disc 2||$50,000|
|Precious Memories||$1 million|
|16 Biggest Hits||$446,000|
|34 Number Ones||$500,000|
Interesting Fact: Back in 90’s Jackson appeared in a commercial for Ford truck.
6 feet 4 inches tall singer Alan made the headline on the 1995 Fruit Of The Loom Comfort Tour when he contracted a fortune of $40 million. The tour started on January 20, New Orleans, and ran for hundreds of dates.
Likewise, his Alan Jackson’s 2004 concert tour began on January 23 in Fort Myers, Florida, which was sponsored by NAPA Auto Parts, including a deal of Jackson’s endorsement in TV spots.
Furthermore, the music sensation performed in numerous tours, concerts, and music festivals such as Alan Jackson’s 2004 concert tour, CMC Rocks The Hunter music festival, 25th Anniversary Keepin’ It Country tour, and others.
How Much The Singer Alan Jackson Receive From His Old Mansion?
61-year-old country singer Alan gained $28 million after selling the 18,622-square-foot house located in Tennessee in October 2019. The impressive villa boasts a 10-acre lake, boathouse, swimming pool, barn, a separate 20-car garage with other top-notch amenities.
Previously, Jackson kept his 135-acre property on the market, asking $38 million, which was located listed outside Franklin, Tennessee, in June 2009. Then, in late May 2010, he sold the house for 28 million.
Additionally, Remember When the singer, along with his wife, bought an estate for $3.675 million in June 2010. Later, the home was listed for $3.995 million in less than a year.
As per the reports, Alan has listed his Florida bungalow asking $15 million and a lake house in Tennesse for around $5 million. Furthermore, he owns the lakefront mansion in Clarkesville, Georgia.
The property covering 7,687 square-foot area featuring 5 bedrooms, 6 bathrooms, 3.5 bathrooms, and 4 fireplaces was listed for sale with an asking price of $6.4 million in May 2017. However, the further updates of the singer’s listed houses are yet unavailable.
Supporter Of Red Cross
Jackson is not only recognized for his music, but he is also known for his philanthropist work. He is an avid supporter of the causes like AIDS & HIV, cancer, disaster relief, grief support, mental challenges, physical challenges, and many others.
Alan is supporting various charitable foundations such as the Red Cross, Colon Cancer Alliance, Special Olympics, Monroe Carell Jr. Children’s Hospital at Vanderbilt and Kids Wish Network.
Alan Jackson was born Alan Eugene Jackson on October 17, 1958, in Newnan, Georgia, the United States to parents Eugene Jackson and Ruth Musick.
He has four sisters: Cathy Jackson Wright, Connie Jackson Davis, Diane Jackson Dawson, and Carol Jackson Glover.
The Blues Man singer Jackson attended the local Elm Street Elementary. Also, he enrolled at Newnan High School.
Married HighSchool Sweetheart: Shares 3 Daughters
Jackson is married to his high school sweetheart Denise Jackson. The couple tied the knot on December 15, 1979.
Together, the duo shares three children: Mattie Denise (June 19, 1990), Alexandra Jane “Ali” (August 23, 1993), and Dani Grace (August 28, 1997).
In 1998, the pair were separated because of the strains of Jackson’s infidelity and career, but after several months, they reconciled.
Is He Active On Social Media?
As of March 2020, Alan is active on Facebook with 4,435,735 followers and has 590.6K followers on Twitter.
Similarly, his verified Instagram account has 433K followers. According to the Influencer Marketing Hub, he gains around $1,293.75 to $2,156.25 per sponsor post with a 3.03% engagement.
Additionally, Jackson created his self-titled YouTube channel on June 20, 2013. As per the Social Blade, he earns $2K to $31.9K per month and $24K to $383.3K per year.